EFAF Cup

TeamChampionships
Graz Giants3
Thonon Black Panthers1
Søllerød Gold Diggers1
London Blitz1
Calanda Broncos1
Prague Panthers1
Berlin Adler1
Marburg Mercenaries1
Papa Joe’s Tyrolean Raiders1
Carlstad Crusaders1
YearCityWinnersScore
(MVP)
Runners-up
2002Eggenberg, AustriaGraz Giants 51–12Badalona Dracs 
2003Innsbruck, AustriaCarlstad Crusaders 28–7
Johan Larsson, QB, (Crusaders)
Papa Joe's Tyrolean Raiders 
2004Innsbruck, AustriaPapa Joe's Tyrolean Raiders 45–0Farnham Knights 
2005Innsbruck, AustriaMarburg Mercenaries 49–14Elancourt Templiers 
2006Eggenberg, AustriaTurek Graz Giants 37–20
Darvin Lewis (Graz)[2]
Eidsvoll 1814s 
2007Eggenberg, AustriaTurek Graz Giants 28–26Cineplexx Blue Devils 
2008Eggenberg, AustriaBerlin Adler 29–0
Oliver Flemming (Berlin)
Alberto Lanzoni (Parma)
Parma Panthers 
2009Eggenberg, AustriaPrague Panthers 35–12
Stanislav Jantos (Prague)
Thonon Black Panthers 
2010Chur, SwitzerlandCalanda Broncos 17–3
Tissi Robinson (Calanda)
Carlstad Crusaders 
2011London, United KingdomLondon Blitz 29–7
Aaron Sanders-Percival (London)
Kragujevac Wild Boars 
2012Vejle, DenmarkSøllerød Gold Diggers 31–21
Alexander Cimadon (Søllerød)
Triangle Razorbacks 
2013L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, SpainThonon Black Panthers 66-6L'Hospitalet Pioners Spain