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In 1991, their first year of existence, the London Monarchs won the first World Bowl title at Wembley; though just seven years later the team had folded and swiftly disappeared from the sporting public's consciousness.
Alex Cassidy’s American Football's Forgotten Kings is the first book to recount the story of the only professional American football team to ever exist in England.
At the time, the Monarchs were big news, playing at Wembley and amassing a large and serious following from all over the UK, where rival teams were springing up to challenge for their crown.
The popularity of American football across the UK in the early 90s was sharply on the rise – unlike today, right?
Click here for more information, or to read a sample from American Football's Forgotten Kings: The Rise and Fall of the London Monarchs