Osos Rivas captured the Spanish National League of American Football title with a 28-12 victory over the Las Rozas Black Demons. This is the first title for Osos in 21 years and also marked the end of their undefeated season. The game was suspended during the final 10 minutes because of a lightning storm. Despite the delayed game, Osos had already been in control of their destiny.
In the Osos Cup final, the Rivas Bears beat a Catalan side for the first time since 2008. Osos recruited former NFL quarterback Tony Smith from Cal Poly and offensive tackle Marcos Carmona from ONEFA. The team also incorporated a player from the quarry into the lineup. The Bears finished the season with a 6-2 record.
In 1992, the Bears were undefeated and made it to the semifinals. They lost to Badalona Dracs, the defending league champions. The Bears have been the best team in Spain for the last two decades. They will now play in the LNFA, where they will face the eventual champions. They will play in the second round, where they hope to repeat their success.
Osos Rivas’ season settlement has demonstrated the power of Spain’s best players. The team has reached the final of the Cup of Spain and finished the regular phase in the top position. However, they are third in the league, and they are yet to win the R Madrid Liga. They also won the Championship U16 flag, representing the first Flag Football tournament to be held in Madrid.