|1959||Chicksands Fighting Chicks|
|1962||Chicksands Fighting Chicks|
|1964||Chicksands fighting Chicks|
|1970||Upper Heyford Sky Kings|
|1971||Upper Heyford Sky Kings|
|1972||Upper Heyford Sky Kings|
|1973||Upper Heyford Sky Kings|
|1974||Upper Heyford Sky Kings|
|1977||Chicksands Fighting Chicks|
|1978||Chicksands Fighting Chicks|
|1981||Upper Heyford Sky Kings|
|1982||Upper Heyford Sky Kings|
|1983||Upper Heyford Sky Kings|
|1985||Upper Heyford Sky Kings|
|1986||Chicksands Fighting Chicks|
The United States Armed Forces in Europe played an American Football League from 1946-1993, with personnel staioned in Nuclear Air Force Bases in the United Kingdom, Germany & Mediterranean. There were three conferences: United Kingdom Sports Conference, Continental Sports Conference & Mediterranean Sports Conference. Although the MSC was a competitive Conference the USAFE Championship game was on all but three occasions between the winners of the UKSC & CSC.
UKSC teams were: Alconbury Spartans, Bentwaters Phantoms, Burtonwood Bullets, Chicksands Fighting Chicks, Fairford Falcons, Greenham Common Crusaders (Pirates until 1988), High Wycombe Bucks, London Rockets, Mildenhall Marauders, Upper Heyford Sky Kings, Wethersfield Raiders.
Burtonwood Bullets, Wethersfield Raiders & Alconbury Spartans played matches in Ravenhill, Belfast & Croke Park, Dublin in aid of the Irish Red Cross in the 1950s & 1960s. Lakenheath Eagles played a game against Dublin Celts in the 1980s. 
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Thanks to Tim Leadingham & Liam Mulcahy.
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