World Champs: Youth Teams Face Off at International Bowl

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ARLINGTON, TX - While it's Super Bowl Eve for most of football nation, other teams are battling it out on the grid-iron for international bragging rights!

On Saturday, youth teams from around the world met at AT&T Stadium for the International Bowl!

“Playing at AT&T Stadium is huge” said Carlos Fernandez, who was named MVP of the World Team, “I got to feel like Tony Romo today!”

“[It’s] an experience that a lot of people don’t have” said Scotty Forbes, the MVP of the USA Select Team, “An experience that I’m grateful for. More than grateful for.”

The first game of the day pitted the USA Select Team against the IFAF World Team. These teams did not disappoint. Team USA scored a last minute touchdown to pull off the thriller over the World Team, 20-15.

“I just stick to praying and working hard and hopefully stuff like this happens for me and it did tonight.” said Forbes, “So all I can do is thank God, my parents and USA for the chance.”

The roster of match-ups also included three games that had USA youth squads go head-to-head against Canada`s youth teams.

Hey, enjoy the Super Bowl, but those guys are just the American Football champions. The real world champs are getting crowned in Arlington.

Just too bad they aren`t the Cowboys.