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Eastern Canada Australian Football League
Current season or competition:
2009 ECAFL season
Sport Australian Football
Founded 2008
No. of teams 2
Country(ies)  Canada
Most recent champion(s) Laval Bombers

The Eastern Canada Australian Football League is a 9-a-side Australian Football league that consists of teams predominantly from Montréal and its surrounding areas. Players from the two current regular season teams (the Montréal Saints and Laval Bombers) are eligible for selection in the Quebec Saints team that participates in the OAFL Division 2 competition.

In 2009, Along with the Saints and the Bombers the Ottawa Swans and the Montreal Shamrocks GAA entered teams into the ECAFL Pre-Season Cup held at Parc Jarry, Montreal.


The league began on October 4, 2008. After competing in the OAFL 'Rec' footy league, the Québec Saints divided their squad into two smaller teams in order to create a 9-a-side league easily accessible to Montréal residents. That first match between the Montréal Saints and Laval Bombers was played at Parc Cartier in Laval. The Bombers claimed victory by 8 points.

In 2009 the ECAFL regular season consisted of 7 rounds. The Laval Bombers finished with a 4-3 record claiming first position. The Bombers had the luxury of a 'double chance' as a reward for top spot, and as such the Montreal Saints needed to win two finals to claim the premiership while Laval needed only win one. The Final played at CEGEP Montmorency in Laval saw the Laval Bombers 27.12 (174) defeat the Montreal Saints 2.6 (18). The final score, and winning margin both ECAFL records.

ECAFL Premiers

Year Premier Runner-Up Pre-Season Premiers
2008 Laval Bombers Montreal Saints
2009 Laval Bombers Montreal Saints Ottawa Swans


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