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Women have been playing organized tackle football in the US for over 40 years. The WFA is home to many elite athletes including National Team Members and NCAA D1 stars. The WFA Pro National Championship Game is played at the Hall of Fame in Canton, OH and can be viewed live on ESPN. In 2023 the game will be played at 2PM ET on July 22nd.

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Alabama Fire Signs with the WFA

The Women’s Football Alliance is pleased to announce that the Alabama Fire have officially signed on as a full member and will be playing in the WFA beginning with the 2023 season.  Based in Birmingham, Alabama, the Fire will be competing as members of WFA PRO for 2023. This marks a homecoming for the Fire,…

WFA Signs 2023 Network Deal with ESPN

The Women’s Football Alliance is proud to announce that the 2023 WFA Pro National Championship Game will be broadcast on ESPN2 on Saturday, July 22, 2023 at 2PM ET. After the 2022 National Championship broadcast received the highest viewership ratings that ESPN2 had achieved in years for it’s Sunday time slot, ESPN was excited to…

NFL Alumni Academy Starts Year 2 of Partnership

The Women’s Football Alliance proudly announces it has opened up the application process for it’s 2nd year of partnership with NFL Alumni Academy.  The NFL Alumni Academy will provide WFA coaches and players interested in a coaching career, the highest level of in-person coaches training at their prestigious NFL Alumni Academy during the 2022 NFL…

Featured Players

Meet the women of the WFA. These featured players will forever be in our record books for their stellar 2022 season stats.

Upcoming Games

All WFA teams are hard at work preparing for the 2023 season which kicks off on April 22nd. This year will be the most competitive season yet with over 65 teams in the league.

Born To play

Broadcasted on ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN+, Born to Play spends a season with the Boston Renegades, a women’s tackle football team on the path to redemption after going undefeated but losing their championship the previous year.

Celebrating 40 years of WFA Football

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