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USA Football's Men's and Women's U.S. Tackle National Teams have represented the country against international competition in IFAF World Championships.
Led by head coach Callie Brownson, a former U.S. National Team athlete and a Cleveland Browns assistant wide receivers coach, the women's team won their fourth consecutive IFAF Women's World Championship in 2022. QB Brittany Bushman won MVP.
The men's team has won the three championships in which they participated, beating Japan in the finals in 2007 and 2015 and Canada in 2011. The U.S. National Team is competing in the 2024 IFAF U20 Men’s Tackle World Championship in Edmonton, Alberta (Canada). Learn more about how to try out.
USA Football's U.S. Tackle National Teams competed in events such as the North American Championship and International Bowl. Many college and professional stars have worn the red, white and blue as part of the National Team, including Rashod Bateman, Mac Jones, Tyrann Mathieu, Kenny Pickett, Nazir Stackhouse, Jonathan Taylor, Wyatt Teller, Chase Young and many more.
The Men's U.S. Tackle National Team has won the three championships in which it participated, beating Japan in the finals in 2007 and 2015 and Canada in 2011. The 2015 team was led by former Boise State and Colorado head coach Dan Hawkins and included athletes who played college football at Boise State, Iowa State, Mississippi State, Oregon State, Texas Tech, USC, Washington and more.
Led by head coach Callie Brownson and an all-star staff with international playing and coaching experience, the Women's U.S. Tackle National Team won their fourth consecutive IFAF Women's World Championship in 2022, beating Great Britain. The team's previous victories in the 2010, 2013 and 2017 finals all came against Canada.