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Established in 1995, the Football Canada Cup (FCC) is the premier pre-university football tournament in Canada which annually showcases the top Under-18 football players from across the country.
To promote the game of football to Canada’s youth; encourage individuals to participate in football at a high level of competition and to instill a lifelong commitment to fitness, fair-play, and fun through recreational and organized games of football.
For the first time this summer Wolfville, Nova Scotia and Lethbridge, Alberta will respectively host Football Canada’s inaugural Under-16 East and West Challenges. The tackle football events take place in July 2017 and are being organized in partnership with Football Nova Scotia and Football Alberta.
International Bowl features practices, activities, jamborees and games for four high school-aged U.S. National Teams as well as U.S. Select Teams. The games are a collaboration of USA Football and Football Canada – the sport’s national governing bodies in each country – along with the Japan American Football Association.
The NCAA recognizes USA Football’s International Bowl as a national team competition. Playing for the United States in the International Bowl is exempt from high school seniors’ two all-star game appearances. USA Football and Football Canada are among the 71 national federations that are members of IFAF. IFAF’s member nations span six continental regions: Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania and South America.