Tuesday, February 27, 2007

2007 IFAF World Cup

Kawasaki, Japan
Group 1
CountryWLPFPAPts
Japan

2

0

96

0

4

Sweden

1

1

16

62

2

France

0

2

14

64

0


Group 2
CountryWLPFPAPts
U.S.A.

2

0

110

7

4

Germany

1

1

39

34

2

S. Korea

0

2

2

109

0


Matches
July 07, 2007: Japan 48 - France 0
July 08, 2007: Germany 32 - South Korea 2
July 10, 2007: Sweden 16 - France 14
July 10, 2007: United States 77 - South Korea 0
July 12, 2007: United States 33 - Germany 7
July 12, 2007: Japan 48 - Sweden 0
July 14, 2007: South Korea 3 - France 0 (5th-place game)
July 14, 2007: Germany 7 - Sweden 0 (3rd-place game)
July 15, 2007: United States 23 - Japan 20 (2 OT, championship game)

Final Standings
1stUnited States (3-0)
2ndJapan (2-1)
3rdGermany (2-1)
4thSweden (1-2)
5thSouth Korea (1-2)
6thFrance (0-3)

7 comments:

Ricky Rage said...

So when are the games aired? They are going to be aired, right? I wanna see the USA stomp some fuckin' ass in some goddamn football. USA! USA! USA!

Anonymous said...

This is the stupidest idea I ever heard. It's called "American" football. This isn't even a real national team because it's made up of scrubs who couldn't even make it to the NFL.

We all know America is the best at american football so why not just have other countries compete in the World Cup?

Anonymous said...

because the U.S. enjoy kicking foreign ass every chance we get.

USA! USA! USA!

Anonymous said...

we are trying to spread American Football to other countries and this is the best way to do so. i mean certain teams were dominant in soccer for almost half a century now its the most popular sport in the world.of course a sport is gonna be lobsided when it first goes global but just give it a decade or two a someone may actually score against the USA.

oh p.s. USA! USA! USA!

Anonymous said...

I would like to thank the previous Americans for their rude comments concerning american football in other countries. It is guys like you that make it so difficult for americans to get respect in other countries.
It is good that the US developed a team to show the level of play needed on the field. Other countries have been trying to develop football but don't understand the overall intensity and discipline needed to succeed. Between the World Championship and the increasing development of the federations across the world, american football will grow and prosper.
This World Championship is like the Super Bowl to the men that are actually playing, so the comments that you make from the chair you sit in have little affect on the world of football.

Gerry said...

Good post. This competition hopefully will propagate American football throughout the world. We didn't need to send the Indianapolis Colts to garner that effect, and in fact, sending a pro team likely would have had the opposite effect. Kudos to USA football for recognizing this and sending a team that could be an ambassador of American football, a competitive team Americans could be proud of, and a squad that wouldn't send the international players home in body bags.

Anonymous said...

winning the cup on japan's home soil beating the two time world cup champs SWEET!!!