Eastern Intercollegiate Football Association
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Eastern Intercollegiate Football Association
Triangular Football League
Established 1885[1]
Dissolved 1901
Sports fielded
Former names Northeast Intercollegiate League (1891-1892),
Eastern Intercollegiate Football Association (1887-1890),
Northern Intercollegiate Football Association (1885-1886)

The Triangular Football League was an American college football conference. Its founding members were Dartmouth, Williams, and Amherst. The Triangular Football League was formed in 1892,[2] and was a successor organization to the Northeast Intercollegiate League (1891-1892), the Eastern Intercollegiate Football Association (1887-1890), and the Northern Intercollegiate Football Association (1885-1886).[3]MIT had been a member of the previous iterations as late as 1887, and Wesleyan became a member of the Triangular Football League by at least 1899.[3]

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