Its called football here too. Same sport.
"The BCS National Championship Game, presented by Allstate."
Helms Championship 1933.
Derby or the Rams as they are called are in the championship league.
The University of Southern Mississippi was voted by the UPI as national champions in football in both 1958 and 1962 in what was then know as the"Small College Division." USM was called Mississippi Southern College at the time of its national championships.
In the modern era of college football, the championship game is called the "BCS National Championship Game". Each year, the game is moved around between four locations: The Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, The Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, Louisiana, The Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida, and The Fiesta Bowl in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Games are usually called things like "The National Championship" so just call it that. You could call it "The ____ National Championship" if you want to include the name of the country or area where the game is held.
In 1923, the NFL was called the National Football League. The NFL was founded in 1920 as the American Professional Football League. The named was changed to National Football League in 1922.
The championship of baseball is called the World Series. Since 1903, the winners of the National League and American League play each other in the championship to determine who is the best team in the league.
not really an exact answer. its called the national championship game. it is either the sugar bowl in Louisiana, orange bowl in Miami Florida, rose bowl in pasadena California, or the fiesta bowl in Arizona.
Before it was called the Super Bowl, the NFL's championship game was called the AFL-NFL World Championship Game for the first two games. The name Super Bowl was put into use for Super Bowl III.