The Hämeenlinna Tigers american football club is founded in 2018 . Tigers has youth programs for all applicable age groups and an american football team womens team

Like the majority of Finnish sports clubs, the Tigers is legally not a business but a registered association. It may not and can not make profit for shareholders. Associations are subject to specific laws and they conform to certain democratic principles.

The current government includes (first name last name)

Club’s President Henna Hanka
Vice President Antti Silvola
Secretary Aleksi Kokkonen
Member Jenni Lehtonen
Member Jenni Pelkonen
Member Kimmo Luokomaa
Vice Member Kirsi Uusikivi
Vice Member Mia Parkkari

In addition to those, the club has a number of support staff for maintenance, youth programs, concessions, and general assistance in all matters Tigers. The great majority of the work is done on a volunteer basis; the profits are used to cover expenses, to develop the team, and to promote the sport of football. The team is subject to a national governing body called the American Football Association of Finland (abbreviated SAJL due to its Finnish-language name)


Tigers has two home fields.

  • Kauriala Stadium and it’s situated in a beautiful park in the city center.
  • Pulleri sports park. The park is home to a number of sports facilities.


Hämeenlinna is a city and municipality of about 68,000 inhabitants in the heart of the historical province of Häme in the south of Finland. Hämeenlinna is the oldest inland city of Finland and was one of the most important Finnish cities until the 19th century. It still remains an important regional center.