The Women’s Football Alliance has announced that adenation has committed to a multiyear title sponsorship deal for their National Championship. Celebrating it’s tenth anniversary season, the WFA’s 2019 National Championship will be held at the Colorado School of Mines, Marv Kay stadium in Golden, Colorado and broadcasted on ESPN3. The two-day event on July 12th & 13th will include Division I, II, and III National Championships and an All-American Game featuring the nation’s most elite female players from across the country.

NFL Hall of Famer Harris has long been a supporter of women’s football and was a vital part in the WFA securing the first women’s national championship to be played in a NFL stadium at Pittsburgh Steeler’s Heinz Field. He is also the co-owner of the Pittsburgh Passion women’s football team. “This multiyear sponsorship and support from an NFL Hall of Famer not only insures the highest level of production for our national championships, but it also sets precedent that we are confident will be followed by other NFL greats and major corporations willing to support the female game, “ stated Lisa King, WFA Commissioner.

Harris created adenation, the super hydration drink mix with vitamins, minerals and electrolytes in order to offer athletes and consumers a way to increase performance and alertness and prevent dehydration. More information about adenation can be found at:

The Women’s Football Alliance is the largest women’s football league in the world. With 62 teams and 2100 players, the WFA has opened opportunities and raised the bar for women to compete and learn the game at the highest level. Over 15 WFA veteran players have accepted NFL coaching and scouting positions, including WFA Advisory Board members and current NFL full time coaches, Katie Sowers (San Francisco 49ers) and Lori Locust (Tampa Bay Buccaneers).

The Colorado School of Mines, Marv Kay stadium is a NCAA Division II, newly renovated multi-million dollar facility. For more news about the championship and the WFA, click here:

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