TEAMS
British Football Conference
West Division
DIVISION CHAMPIONS
BRISTOL
ROMANS
(BRISTOL)
(2018)
STADIUM

(ASHTON GATE)
MANCHESTER
DEMONS
(TRAFFORD, G.MANCHESTER)
(2015)
STADIUM

(OLD TRAFFORD)
WELSH
DRAGONS
(CARDIFF, WALES)
(2015)
STADIUM

(MILLENIUM STADIUM)
YORKSHIRE
VIKINGS
(LEEDS, WEST YORKSHIRE)
(2015)
STADIUM

(ELLAND ROAD STADIUM)
TEAM HISTORY
Both Manchester Demons and Yorkshire Vikings have played in the Playoffs and Welsh Dragons currently have the longest Playoff drought of 3 seasons.

Bristol Romans represent the city of Bristol and the surrounding areas of Somerset and Gloucestershire which incorporates the cities of Bath and Gloucester. Their helmet is inspired by the USC Trojans's helmet. They play at the home of Bristol City FC, Bristol Rugby and the former home of the NFL Europe's England Monarchs with a capacity of 27,000.

Manchester Demons represent the 3rd largest city in the UK after London and Birmingham. Its membership includes Greater Manchester including both the cities of Manchester and Salford. Old Trafford is also the home of both the most famous soccer team in the world, Manchester United who are nicknamed the Red Devils, but also Super League's Grand Final with a capacity of 75,731 and the largest in Northern England.

Welsh Dragons represent the country of Wales and its capital city of Cardiff and play at the home of both Welsh Rugby Union and Football Association of Wales, which is also the 2nd largest indoor stadium in the world after AT&T (Cowboys) Stadium in Arlington, TX, largest in Wales with a capacity of 74,500. Their helmet is inspired by the former Arena Football League's New York Dragons.

Yorkshire Vikings is not to be confused with the Yorkshire Cricket Club's limited overs team called the Yorkshire Vikings and play the home of Leeds United, and sometimes Leeds Rhinos (Rugby League) who play in the nearby Headingley Stadium, with a capacity of 37,890. Their helmet inspired by the one previously used by the Brigham Young Cougars. They represent the 3/4 counties:
  • North Yorkshire (Harrogate, Middlesborough, Northallerton, Scarborough and York).
  • South Yorkshire (four metropolitan boroughs of Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield).
  • West Yorkshire which is made up of five metropolitan boroughs (City of Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees, City of Leeds and City of Wakefield).
Updated: 23 January 2018