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14 Players From the European League of Football Were Chosen for the NFL’s International Combine on October 12th in London

Every talented footballer dreams of playing in the best league in the world. If you make it into the European League of Football and stand out there, the door to the NFL is also open: 14 players from seven different teams are on the 44-player invitation list for the International Combine, a trial training that will take place on Takes place in London on October 12th. 

“We are very happy for the players who demonstrated their quality in the first season of the European League of Football and who worked for this opportunity. It is also proof that our league has the highest sporting level in Europe. We keep our fingers crossed for the guys that they can recommend themselves for the International Player Pathway Program.”  

Commissioner Patrick Esume

Three German players from the Frankfurt Galaxy offensive line will be in the Tottenham Hotspur football stadium: Jan-Hendrick Hoffmeyer, Yannic Kiehl, and Wael Nasri, who will play the championship game of the European League of Football with their team on Sunday (2.45 p.m.) meet the Hamburg Sea Devils. A duo of the “Seeteufel” is also traveling to the English capital: linebacker Jan-Philipp Bombek and tight end John Levi Kruse. 

Not Frankfurt or Hamburg, but Leipzig provides the largest delegation of players from the European League of Football at the International Combine in London. The New Zealander Lance Leota and the Swede Aslan Zetterberg from the defensive line as well as the German Max Bruder from the offensive line and the Japanese wide receiver Yoshihito Omi represent the Kings. 

For a place in the NFL’s International Player Pathway Program, defensive back Marcel Dabo (Germany) and the Englishman Jai-Albert Jackson from the defensive line of Stuttgart Surge, the German Fabian Kratz from the offensive line of the Cologne Centurions, the Slovak tight End Igor Maslanka from the Panthers Wroclaw and the Englishman Adedayo Odeleye from the defensive line of Berlin Thunder.  

“We hope to discover new talent through the event, make the game better known around the world and give participants the opportunity to compete at the highest level. We are keeping a close eye”

Damani Leech, NFL Chief Operating Officer International

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