The NFC and AFC are the National Football League's conferences.
NFC stands for National Football Conference
AFC stands for American Football Conference
It is somewhat similar to the American League and National League in Major League Baseball, however the National League and the American League in Baseball have different rules (primarily involving the designated hitter), while the NFC and AFC are in the same league, and have identical rules. The NFL's 32 teams are evenly divided into the two conferences, equivalent to the divisions in either Baseball league. Each conference has playoffs to determine its champion at the end of the regular season to decide which teams will play in the Super Bowl, the NFL's championship game. In the Super Bowl, one NFC team and one AFC team play for the league championship. Prior to the 1970 merger of the American Football League and the NFL, The Super Bowls were World Championship games played between the two League champions.
Back in the 60's there were 2 different pro leagues, the AFL (American Football League)and the NFL (National Football League) some time during the late 60's they merged together and became one pro league.
Each conference AFC and NFC is divided up into 4 division so between the both of them there are 8 divisions.
North - Green Bay, Minnesota, Chicago and Detroit
South - Tampa Bay, New Orleans, Atlanta and Carolina
East - Dallas, Washington, Philadelphia and NY Giants
West - San Francisco, Seattle, Arizona and St. Louis
North - Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Cinncinati and Baltimore
South - Houston, Tennessee, Indianapolis and Jacksonville
East - New England, Miami, NY Jets and Buffalo
West: Oakland, San Deiago, Kansas City and Denver
This is the way they were re aligned in 2001 to make the NFL more competitive.
American Football Conference National Football Conference
The NFL Divisions are NFC North NFC South NFC East NFC West AFC North AFC South AFC East AFC West
NFC - the NFC is the original National Football League. The AFC was originally the American Football League; the two leagues merged in 1970.
I think it is better because the NFC won the superbowl and they have better players then the AFC
AFC- AFC east, AFC west, AFC north, AFC south NFC- NFC east, NFC west, NFC north, NFC south
I believe it's from the merge between the AFL and NFL the AFC teams are the American football league teams and the NFC the national football league.
There are thirty two football teams in the NFL.AFC EASTPatriotsDolphinsJetsBillsNFC EASTCowboysGiantsRedskinsEaglesAFC NORTHBengalsSteelersRavensBrownsNFC NORTHBearsVikingsLionsPackersAFC SOUTHColtsJaguarsTexansTitansNFC SOUTHPanthersFalconsBucsSaintsAFC WESTBroncosChiefsChargersRaidersNFC WESTSeahawksCardinalsRams49ers
The Steelers play in the AFC (American Football Conference). They are part of the AFC North Division.
No, there was never a difference in the football size or regulations between the AFC and NFC. This would be too hard to regulate since the AFC and NFC teams play each other so often.
The NFL is split into two "groups" AFC (American football conference) and NFC (National Football Conference) the teams are split equally throughout the NFL. NFC vs AFC and NFL PRo Bowl Preview http://todaysports.co.uk/?p=204 AFC vs NFC NFL Pro Bowl Two Division is together http://todaysports.co.uk/?p=200
The NFL is split in to 2 conferences - the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC). These two conferences are then split into four divisions each, North, South, East, and West. So there is a NFC West, AFC West, NFC South, AFC South, and so on.
AFC (American Football Confrence) NFC (National Football Confrence)
The New Orleans Saints are an NFC(National Football Conference) team.
I think it means Athletic Football ClubAnswer:American Football Conference (NFC is National Football Conference).
National Football Confrence
Its not what youre in but football is divided into the NFC and AFC, and the winners of the divisional playoffs goes to the superbowl.
The American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC).
NFC national football conference and AFC American football conference
American Football Conference.
Nfc 34, AFC 41
what does it means if the winner of the AFC and NFC means
The NFL has 2 conferences. The NFC (national football conference) and the AFC (American Football Conference) The AFC was created after the AFL (American Football league) disbanded and converged into the NFL in 1970
There are two groups of football teams: AFC and NFC. The teams with the most wins in the AFC go against each other in the Playoffs for the title of AFC Champions. The teams with the most wins in the NFC go against each other in the Playoffs for the title of NFC Champions. The AFC Champion team and the NFC Champion team are the teams in the Super Bowl.