The World Bowl was the American football Championship game of NFL Europe, similar to the Super Bowl of the National Football League.
The World Bowl trophy itself was a globe made of glass measuring 35.5 cm (14 inches) in diameter and weighing 18.6 kg (41 lbs).
Read more about World Bowl: World Bowl (WLAF, NFL Europe, and NFL Europa Championships)
... He was a member of the Admirals team that won the first World Bowl in their franchise history World Bowl XIII ... Kinoshita had a standout season in 2006, helping the Amsterdam Admirals ascend to a World Bowl XIV berth for the second year in a row ...
... World Bowl XIII was NFL Europe's 2005 championship game ... In this match-up, the 6-4 Amsterdam Admirals managed to get back to the World Bowl after losing in World Bowl III and spending nearly a decade being on the outside ... was the Berlin Thunder, who were coming off their best year (9-1 and a victory in World Bowl XII) and made it back to the World Bowl with a 7-3 record, hoping to defend their title ...
... He played in two World Bowls with the Claymores, winning a World Bowl ring in World Bowl IV ... on June 24, 2006 as part of the tenth anniversary of the World Bowl in Scotland celebrations ...
... years with the Fire in two spells, reaching the World Bowl on four occasions ... The Fire returned to the World Bowl in 2002 and 2003, losing to German rivals Berlin and Frankfurt ... In his four seasons as Frankfurt's head coach, Jones guided the team to the World Bowl three times, winning World Bowl XIV in 2006 ...
... Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Coaches# AP° Barcelona Dragons (WLAF) 1991 Barcelona Dragons 8–2 2nd European L 0–21 World Bowl I 1992 Barcelona Dragons 5–5 1st European L 15–17 ...
Famous quotes containing the words bowl and/or world:
“In a bowl to sea went wise men three,
On a brilliant night of June:
They carried a net, and their hearts were set
On fishing up the moon.”
—Thomas Love Peacock (17851866)
“I pray that Allah may be moved
To drop sleep on her eyes because she loved.”
—Unknown. The Thousand and One Nights.
AWP. Anthology of World Poetry, An. Mark Van Doren, ed. (Rev. and enl. Ed., 1936)