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November 18, 2019 (Exeter,CA) – Today, the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) announced that TeamBuildr will be the official training software of the WFA. The partnership will provide players access the highest level of strength and conditioning programs and allow coaches to monitor their progress to prepare for the 2020 season.


Entering into it’s 11th season with 65 signed teams, the WFA continues to make safety and education a priority for the 2020 season. Following major deals with KT Tape, Glazier Clinics, Xenith Helmets, and Go4Ellis, TeamBuildr will be another key resource to ensure players are properly trained for the physical demands of a football season.


“Having TeamBuildr as a partner means our athletes will be provided premier strength and conditioning programs preparing them for the 2020 season,” stated Lisa King, WFA Commissioner.  “Women’s football is being played at an incredibly high level, and being properly conditioned for the WFA season is vital for players to decrease their risk of injury and compete at the highest level.”


From Hewitt Tomlin, CEO of TeamBuildr: “Since the beginning, our goal has always been to increase athlete participation in high-quality strength and conditioning programs through the use of our mobile app. Partnering with the WFA will now make that a possibility for thousands of football players.”

About the WFA

The Women’s Football Alliance is the largest women’s football league in the world, having recently signed over 65 teams for the 2020 season.  WFA has created 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).

About TeamBuildr

TeamBuildr works with over 2,000 strength and conditioning organizations around the world ranging from Rugby Union to NFL to English Premier League. The software platform provides the opportunity for strength coaches to easily build and share training programs with athletes via mobile and tablet app, and collect data to promote progress-tracking, competition and accountability.