Women's Football League

The Women's Football League was a small women's American football league that began playing in 2002. Its last season was in 2007. It was composed of four teams, one in Grand Rapids, Michigan, one in Tennessee, one in North Carolina, and one in Jacksonville, Florida (Jacksonville Dixie Blues), who now play in the Women's Football Alliance.

Teams included the Jacksonville Blues, Kentucky Force, Mississippi Rapids and Tennessee Heat Former teams included the Alabama Racers, Atlanta Xtreme, DC Slammers, Fayetteville Thunder, Florida Typhoons, Louisiana Gators, Memphis Maulers, South Carolina Raptors, Virginia Spears, Fayetteville Warriors and North Carolina Cougars[1]

League Champions

See also

  • List of leagues of American football

References

  1. "Women's Football League - WFL". rauzulusstreet.com. Retrieved 20 March 2019.
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