NFC

NFC may refer to:

Technology:

  • Near field communication, a wireless communication technology
  • Nintendo Family Computer (or Nintendo Famicom), the Japanese version of the Nintendo Entertainment System video game console
  • Network File Control, a networking technology
  • Nuclear Fuel Complex, a division of the Department of Atomic Energy in India

Other:

  • Nagacorp FC, a Cambodian sporting club
  • National Finance Center, a division of the United States Department of Agriculture
  • National Football Conference, a constituent conference of the National Football League
    • NFC Championship Game, the National Football Conference Championship Game
  • National Freight Corporation, a road services and transport company
  • News First Class, a news website
  • New Friends Colony, a residential neighbourhood in India
  • Normalization Form (Canonical) Composition, one of four normal forms in Unicode normalization
  • St George's Park National Football Centre, a sports training centre
  • Norwegian Forest Cat, a breed of domestic cat

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List Of Detroit Lions Seasons - Seasons
... Year 1969 ... NFL Western Central 2nd 1970 ... NFL NFC Central 2nd 0 ... Lost Divisional Playoffs (Cowboys) 5–0 1971 ... NFL NFC Central 2nd 1972. 1972 ...
List Of NFC Champions
... The National Football Conference (NFC) is one of two conferences within the National Football League (NFL), the American Football Conference (AFC) being the other ... The remaining former NFL teams were placed in the NFC ... As of June 2012, only the Detroit Lions have not won an NFC championship ...
National Finance Center
... The National Finance Center (NFC) is a federal government agency that provides human resources, financial and administrative services for agencies of the United States ... NFC's customer base is composed of more than 130 federal organizations, representing all three branches of the government ... NFC is a designated Shared Service Center provider under the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), Human Resources Line of Business initiative ...