West Flanders Tribes

The West Flanders Tribes are a Belgian American football team based in the province of West-Flanders, with two home cities, Ostend and Izegem. The Tribes are currently members of the Flemish American Football League (FFL) conference in the Belgian Football League (BFL). The team colours are maroon, white and black.

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