The world's best female American Football players from six countries - Austria, Canada, Finland, Germany, Sweden and the United States - will converge on Stockholm, the capital city of Sweden, for the historic first-ever international competition for women at the Zinkensdamms IP Stadium.
The 2010 IFAF Women's World Championship will kick off on Sunday, June 27 and the top two teams determined by group play will meet in the IFAF Women's World Championship Gold Medal Game on Saturday, July 3 following the Bronze Medal and fifth placed games.
Selection for the Canada National Team is down to 90 players that will participate in one of two regional camps during March in Saskatoon, SK, and Oromocto, NB. The selected players will then attend the final camp in Saint John, NB, before heading to Sweden at the end of June.
Head Coach Larry Harlow, who was one of the founders of the New Brunswick Women’s Football League, the New Brunswick Jr. Girls Football League and the Maritime Women’s Football League, will lead the Canadian challenge. He is currently the Head Coach of the Saint John Storm, a team he has transformed from last place into undefeated Maritime Champions.
Official website: http://www.2010wwc.info