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Coaching In Polandby: Wayne Anderson
© August/September 2011
Compared to other European countries, organized American football in Poland is in its infancy, but growing. What once began at a grass roots level has now turned into three separate divisions - 1st Division, 2nd Division and an eight-man football league.
The Polish American Football League or (PLFA) was started in 2006 with four teams. With the popularity of American football growing, the PLFA split into two divisions in 2008 - PLFA I (8 teams) and PLFA II (9 teams). During the 2011 season, the PLFA I had 10 teams and PLFA II had 12 teams with two divisions, and PLFA 8 (Eight Man Football) had 9 teams with three divisions.
The PLFA has a reward system for second division teams with the final two spots each season. At the end of the season, the last place team in PLFA I....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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