North West Pacific Football League
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The North West Pacific Football League is an Australian rules football competition with teams from both Canada and the United States.
It was formed by the Seattle Cats and Vancouver Cougars in 2001, the league is the main home-and-away competition in the US states of Washington and Oregon, and the Canadian province of British Columbia.
|Club||City||U.S. state/Canadian Province||Official Website|
|Seattle Grizzlies||Seattle||Washington||Official Site|
|Vancouver Cougars||Vancouver||British Columbia||Official Site|
|Victoria Lions||Victoria||British Columbia||Official Site|
|Burnaby Eagles||Burnaby||British Columbia||Official Site|
|Portland Steelheads||Portland||Oregon||Official Site|
|Columbia Basin Crows||Columbia Basin||British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington||Official Site|
- Calgary Kangaroos (BC Cup)
- Edmonton Bushrangers (folded 2003)
- Fraser Valley Eagles (became Burnaby Eagles)
- Red Deer Magpies (BC Cup)
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