The British American Football Association (BAFA) is the National Governing Body for the sport of American football in Great Britain and is responsible for all regulatory, competition, performance and development aspects of the game.
Its activities are many and varied and include the following:
The British American Football Association is a member of the International Federation of American Football (IFAF).
The British American Football Association is a company limited by guarantee.
Management and Operations
The British American Football Association has a Board of Directors and a staffing structure comprised of Managers and Officers who support the delivery of the sport across a series of directorates.
The current BAFA Directors are:
Chair Nichole McCulloch
Director of Finance Stephen Jones
Director of Operations Steve Rains
Director of Business Development Graham Swanson
Director of Business Processes Bruce Leatherman
Director Amy de-Marsac
Director Richard Watson
Director Ian Deakin
Current representatives on International Boards are:
Gary Marshall. IFAF Europe Board.
Details on the our Managers and Officers can be found on the 'Contacts' section of the website
Proposed Commission Leads:
• Adult Competition Commission Lead
• Age Group Commission Lead
• Clubs Commission Lead
• Events Commission Lead
• National Teams Commission Lead
• Schools Commission Lead