Canada

The Canadian Football League formally broke from the Canadian Rugby Union in 1958 and developed rules more along the lines of American Football.

The differences are Canadian Football is 12-a-side and played on a bigger field (110 yards long & two 20 yard endzones, and also wider), and there is also only three downs to gain 10 yards before the ball is turned over. Scoring includes a ‘rouge’ – a single point scored when the ball is kicked out the back of the endzone but not between the posts.

Canadian Football League

Canadian Football League 1993-1995

Canadian Football League 2001-2009

International Football involving Canadian Teams

National Football League | Pre-Season Games in Canada 1950-1969

Irish Teams v Canadian Teams 1994-2013