| Several Players (3)|
Matt Walter (36)
Runner-up (in 2011)
| Matt Walter (6 TDs)|
1 (first in 2011)
| Team Canada (Équipe Canada)|
The Canada national football team represent Canada in international gridiron football competitions. It is controlled by Football Canada and is recognized by the International Federation of American Football (IFAF). While Football Canada is the governing body for amateur Canadian football, IFAF-sponsored games are played using American football rules. They competed for their first IFAF World Championship in 2011.
Canada has also developed the Canada national football junior team which is an elite developmental program which participates in the International Federation of American Football (IFAF) Under-19 World Championship planned to be held every 2 years. This tournament was previously known as the IFAF Junior World Cup. Canada won the 2012 Under-19 championship, upsetting the favourite and host team, the United States, to give the US national team its only loss to date in international competition.
Canada national football team Wikipedia
Football Canada became a full member of the IFAF in 2004. Thereafter Canada competed in international junior, flag, and women's football events. In 2011 it was announced that Canada would organize a senior men's team for international competition. They made their international debut at the 2011 IFAF World Cup. The team's head coach will be Larry Haylor, former head coach of the University of Western Ontario Mustangs.
Unlike the US national team, active professional players are allowed to participate, and a handful of Canadian Football League players participated on the national squad, although the fact that the CFL's season overlapped with the 2011 World Championship prevented most of the best non-import players in that league from participating.