Belgian Bowl - History


Championship of Belgium (1987–1994)
Date Champion
1987 Mouscron Redskins
1988 Brussels Raiders
1989 Brussels Raiders
1990 Brussels Raiders
1991 Brussels Raiders
1992 Leuven Lions
1999 Luxembourg Red Lions
1994 Brussels Raiders
Belgian Bowl (from 1995)
Date Bowl Champion result Runner-up
1995 Belgian Bowl VIII Tournai Cardinals 34 - 12 Brussels Raiders
1996 Belgian Bowl IX Tournai Cardinals 13 - 6 Brussels Angels
1997 Belgian Bowl X Tournai Cardinals 98 - 7 Brussels Angels
1998 Belgian Bowl XI Tournai Cardinals 16 - 3 Brussels Angels
1999 Belgian Bowl XII Antwerp Diamonds 41 - 6 Izeghem Redskins
2000 Belgian Bowl XIII Izeghem Redskins 28 - 0 Charleroi Cougars
2001 Belgian Bowl XIV Izeghem Redskins 22 - 0 Brussels Tigers
2002 Belgian Bowl XV Brussels Tigers 24 - 14 Antwerp Diamonds
2003 Belgian Bowl XVI Brussels Black Angels Disqualified Antwerp Diamonds
2004 Belgian Bowl XVII Antwerp Diamonds 12 - 0 Leuven Lions
2005 Belgian Bowl XVIII Antwerp Diamonds 13 - 2 Brussels Black Angels
2006 Belgian Bowl XIX West Flanders Tribes 23 - 14 Tournai Phoenix
2007 Belgian Bowl XX West Flanders Tribes 35 - 13 Brussels Black Angels
2008 Belgian Bowl XXI West Flanders Tribes 25 - 20 Brussels Black Angels
2009 Belgian Bowl XXII West Flanders Tribes 12 - 0 Tournai Phoenix
2010 Belgian Bowl XXIII West Flanders Tribes 36 - 06 Brussels Tigers
2011 Belgian Bowl XXIV West Flanders Tribes 20-14 Brussels Black Angels
2012 Belgian Bowl XXV Brussels Tigers 46-06 Antwerp Diamonds

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