British American Football Referees' Association


British American Football Referees' Association

(BAFA).

BAFRA was set up in 1984 and provides officials for American Football games played in the UK - including the majority of fixtures in the British American Football League and the British Universities American Football League. BAFRA members are eligible to officiate in EFAF fixtures if selected to do so by the organising body.

http://www.bafra.org/


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