The Boston Renegades get another championship send-off by the New England Patriots for their fourth consecutive WFA Pro National Championship Game on Sunday at 2 p.m. at Tom Benson Stadium in Canton, Ohio. The AdeNation Women’s Football Alliance Championship game against the Minnesota Vixen will be broadcast on ESPN 2 for the first time in league history. This will be the second year in a row the Renegades and Vixen will play for the championship. The Renegades will be departing for Canton, Ohio on the New England Patriots official team plane after gathering for a team photo at Gillette Stadium.

Boston Renegades Arriving on AirKraft to their 4th-Straight National Championship GameAbout AdeNation Women’s Football Alliance Championship Weekend 

The WFA Pro National Championship is held at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium. The National Championship is the main event in the AdeNation Women’s Football Alliance Championship Weekend. Other events include the Division 2 and 3 National Championship games, the Xenith All-American game, as well as meet and greet and autograph sessions for fans. The entire schedule and tickets can be found at


About Women’s Football Alliance

The Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) is the largest, longest running, and most competitive women’s tackle football league in the world. Women’s tackle football teams and leagues have been in existence for over four decades, but the most promising growth in the sport – both in the number of teams and in the level of competition – has taken place over the last five years.


The WFA has broken many barriers. It was the first women’s football league to play a National Championship in an NFL stadium, as well as the first women’s league to have its games broadcasted on national television. In addition, over 15 veteran WFA players have earned coaching and scouting positions in the NFL, including Katie Sowers (San Francisco 49ers), the first female to coach in a Super Bowl, and Jennifer King (Washington Redskins), the first female Black coach in the NFL.


The Women’s Football Alliance continues to support the successful growth of women’s tackle football across the United States and around the world. More information is available at

About The Boston Renegades

The Boston Renegades are the premier women’s tackle football team in New England and the defending Pro Division Champions of the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA). Bringing together players from many local teams, including the Boston Militia, New England Intensity, Bay State Warriors, Boston Rampage, and Massachusetts Mutiny, the Renegades continue the rich history of women’s football in Boston, which includes six national titles. The Renegades incorporated in 2015 under the leadership of former players Molly Goodwin, Mia Brickhouse, and Erin Baumgartner.


The team is comprised of some of the best athletes in New England and the world. Off the field, the players are educators, entrepreneurs, athletic trainers, public safety officers and business owners, just to name a few.


The Boston Renegades are currently owned by Goodwin and operated in partnership with local business professional Michelle McDonough. The management team is boosted by the expertise of former NFL players and coaches, skilled medical professional, and a small army of dedicated volunteers. More information is available at