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What Year Did The NFL Start?

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The National Football League, more popularly known as the NFL was established in the year 1920 with the name the American Professional Football Association (APFA). Later, in 1922 it adopted the name National Football League. It was founded at a Hupmobile Dealership in Canton, situated in Ohio with legendary athlete Jim Thorpe as its elected president. Today, it is the biggest professional American football league, which comprises thirty-two teams from various American cities and regions.

The league's teams are split into two conferences: the American Football Conference (AFC) and secondly the National Football Conference (NFC). These are further subdivided into four divisions which are made up of four teams each. These are the East, West, North, and the South. At the end of the league's regular season, there are six teams from each conference which play in the NFL playoffs, a single-elimination tournament and this culminates with the Super Bowl, the NFL championship. A week later, selected all-star players meet in the Pro Bowl.
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1920
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It started in 1920 and two teams that were there then are still active now. Bears and Cardinals. They had different names, though. On NFL.com, they have standings.
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