How long has the game NFL football been a national sport in the United States?
Being an Australian where the game of "Aussie Rules Football" is very popular to say the least, I am interested to learn about the NFL, and the history of the game.
The NFL began in 1920 as the American Professional Football Association (APFA). In 1922 the name was changed to the Nation Football League (NFL). The NFL merged with the American Football League in 1970. The NFL was divided into two conferences with most of the AFL teams in the American Football Conference (AFC) and the NFL teams in the National Football Conference (NFC). A few NFL teams went to the AFC because the NFL had more teams the the AFL.
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