Duisburg 2023: A Championship Game you don‘t want to miss

The European League of Football found its destination for 2023.

February 28, 2023
Chris Hahn
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Duisburg 2023: A Championship Game you don‘t want to miss

With 17 franchises from nine nations, the European League of Football will enter its third season next June! On September 24th in the SCHAUINSLAND-REISEN-ARENA in Duisburg, the season will have its deserved final. After Düsseldorf (2021) and Klagenfurt/Austria (2022), the most important and biggest game in European football will take place in the heart of the Ruhr area and more than 20.000 tickets have already been sold!

"Football of the European extra class"

"Football of the European extra class in our arena. We will experience impressive sport in front of enthusiastic spectators in the sports city of Duisburg. I'm looking forward to it," the Mayor of Duisburg Sören Link commented about the event. A football happening fans don’t want to miss.

After the success of Frankfurt Galaxy in the premiere season and the latest triumph of the Vienna Vikings, incidentally both over the Hamburg Sea Devils, fans can expect the biggest final of the young league and one of the biggest finals ever on European ground. "When I think about our Championship Game being played in the Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena in 2023, I already get goosebumps,” Patrick Esume said. A final, that could be the biggest since the NFL Europe Final in 2007.

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Best football league on this side of the planet

The European League of Football will start its third season in June 2023, with 17 teams targeting the final on September 24th in the Schauinsland-Reisen Arena: From Germany, Berlin Thunder, Hamburg Sea Devils, Frankfurt Galaxy, Rhein Fire, Cologne Centurions, Stuttgart Surge, Leipzig Kings and Munich Ravens want to qualify for the Championship Game in Duisburg. The same goes for defending champions Vienna Vikings and Raiders Tirol from Austria, Barcelona Dragons (Spain), Wrocław Panthers (Poland), Milano Seamen (Italy), Prague Lions (Czech Republic), Fehérvár Enthroners (Hungary), Helvetic Guards (Switzerland) and Paris Musketeers (France).  


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