The Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) is thrilled to announce that the Pro National Championship Game will be broadcasted live in a prime time slot on ESPN2. Following the tremendous success in viewership for the 2022 and 2023 National Championship Games on ESPN2, the network has agreed to showcase the pinnacle event in women’s football during prime time.

The highly anticipated championship game is set to take place at the prestigious Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium on July 27 at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT. This historic moment marks a significant milestone for women’s sports, and the WFA is excited to bring the excitement and intensity of the Pro National Championship to an even wider audience.

In 2023, the Women’s Football Alliance shattered records, with over 174,000 households tuning in to watch the Pro Championship Game on ESPN2. This remarkable viewership number far exceeded the average for that time slot in July over the past several years, underscoring the growing popularity and appeal of women’s football.

“We are elated to announce that the WFA Pro National Championship Game will be broadcasted in prime time on ESPN2. This decision reflects the tremendous support and interest from fans across the nation. The WFA is at the forefront of women’s sports, and we are excited to showcase the talent, dedication, and athleticism of our athletes on a national stage,” said Lisa King, WFA Commissioner.

The game will be one of four exciting games that weekend, including the Division 2 and Division 3 National Championship Games, as well as the highly anticipated All-American Game featuring the top 100 players from 60 teams across the country. The weekend promises a celebration of women’s football at its finest, showcasing the top teams and players in the league competing for glory.

About the WFA:

The Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) proudly stands as the epitome of excellence in women’s tackle football, holding the title of the premier league in the United States. As the largest and longest-running league globally, boasting a network of over 60 teams, the WFA has set the gold standard for women’s football.

The WFA’s commitment to advancing the sport reaches far beyond borders. With a presence in nine countries across four continents, the organization has become a global force, playing a pivotal role in elevating the participation of women in tackle football on an international scale.

The league’s impact is magnified through extensive television coverage, with games broadcasted on prestigious platforms such as ESPN and the Women’s Sports Network. This exposure not only elevates the league’s stature but also provides players with the unparalleled opportunity to showcase their skills to a broad national audience on the highest platforms. As the Women’s Football Alliance continues to expand its footprint, its vision remains clear – to be the driving force behind the growth and development of women’s tackle football in the United States and beyond.