American Football - Champion of Champions

The roots of American Football hail from United States of America, being quite obvious the American teams and players are the best performing teams worldwide. As per the International Federation of American Football (IFAF) ranking of the participating countries is listed as follows −

Ranking Country Teams Champions
1st USA
  • New England Patriots
  • Green Bay Packers
  • Miami Dolphins
  • Pittsburgh Steelers
  • San Francisco 49ers
  • Dallas Cowboys
  • Denver Broncos
  • Seattle Seahawks
  • Jon Morris
  • Brett Favre
  • Aaron Rodgers
  • Jason Taylor
  • Ben Roethlisberger (Big Ben)
  • Roger Staubach
  • Tim Tebow
2nd Japan
  • Japan National American Football team
  • Obic Seagulls
  • Noriaki Kinoshita
  • Tetsuo Takata
  • Ryota Takahashi
3rd Mexico
  • Mexico national American football team
  • Pumas CU
  • Autentico Tigres
  • Isaias Vega
  • Isaias Arroyo
  • San Roman
4th France
  • France national American football team
  • Amiens Spartiates
  • Elancourt Templiers
  • Thonon Black Panthers
  • Marc Soumah
  • Samyr Hamoudi
  • Paul Durand
  • Kevin Mwamba
5th Australia
  • Australia national American Football team
  • Gridiron Queensland
  • Gridiron New South Wales
  • Gridiron Tasmania
  • Jared Stegman
  • Damien Donaldson
  • Carlisle Jones

American Football Scenario in India

American football has been more widespread as just an American sport. In India this sport has been known by very few of them, young Indians have never grown up playing this game. The league matches of this sport are hardly being broadcasted on Indian television channels hence nowhere is this sport more ardently prevalent than it is in the United States.

In the year 2012 the first season of Elite Football league of India (EFLI), the American football league, has kicked off. It was very new and the third game anyone on the field had ever played. Yet this was an experimental football league having players who have never played the game professionally and the viewers who have never indeed watched it. The EFLI arranged five teams in Indian metropolitans, one in Pakistan and two in Sri Lanka to increase the awareness and viewership of the game.