3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The International Cheer Union (ICU) and the International Federation of American Football (IFAF) will be working together to promote both sports at the 2015 IFAF World Championships, to be held July 4-18, 2015 in Stockholm, Sweden.
The ICU and the IFAF have each been recognized by SportAccord as the official governing body for their respective sports.
The 2015 IFAF World Championships will bring together both of these great sports at one event, promoting an atmosphere of national pride for both the American Football and Cheerleading fans in this uniquely historical and now famous game environment.
As a complement to IFAF's qualified national teams traveling to Stockholm for the 2015 IFAF World Championships, ICU's respective national cheer federations plan to send their own national cheer teams to support and perform during their nation's American Football games, as well as compete against the other national cheer teams for a 2015 World Cheerleading Game Day Championship title.
From June 28 to July 6, Finland will host the 2013 IFAF
Women's World Championship.
UBSport club development manager Chris Anthony said: "Wayne's IFAF
selection is fitting recognition for one of our hardest-working coaches.
Andy DiPaolo, Senior Associate Dean in Stanford's School of Engineering, "and we are enthusiastic in collaborating with IFAF to extend our professional offerings in Italy.
IFAF has been delivering education in Italy for over 25 years.
Gridiron Queendom is scheduled to be completed after the IFAF
Women's World Championship in July.
The course is delive i red by Sheila Ladanowski, an experienced clinical aromatherapist and IFAF
Ignatius High School is utilizing 40 video games and 20 game consoles donated by Game Crazy to help America's team prepare for varying styles of play throughout the IFAF Junior World Championship in Canton, Ohio, from June 27-July 5.
A number of games and consoles will be shared among all IFAF Junior World Championship athletes within the player lounge at Walsh University - the residence and practice home of all eight national teams.