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Independent Women's Football League
150
Sport Women's American football
Founded 2000
No. of teams 51 total (19 in Tier I, 28 in Tier II, 8 in Tier III)
Country(ies)  United States
 Canada
Most recent champion(s) Tier I: Kansas City Tribe
Tier II: Wisconsin Warriors
Most championships Sacramento Sirens (3)

The Independent Women's Football League was founded in 2000, and began play in 2001. IWFL founders began with the goal to establish a quality women's football league that would be respected as the top level of women's tackle football in the world. Currently over 1,600 women play on 41 IWFL teams across the United States and Canada.[1]

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Teams

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Tier I

Eastern Conference

Northeast
Southeast

Western Conference

Pacific West
Midwest

Tier II

Eastern Conference

Northeast
Southeast

Western Conference

Pacific West
Midwest

Tier III

Potential Future Expansion [2]

Tier I

Tier II

Champions

  • 2001 — Austin Outlaws - Champion by record
  • 2002 — New York Sharks 24, Austin Outlaws 4
  • 2003 — Sacramento Sirens 41, New York Sharks 30
  • 2004 — Sacramento Sirens 29, New York Sharks 27
  • 2005 — Sacramento Sirens 9, Atlanta Xplosion 7
  • 2006 — Atlanta Xplosion 21, Detroit Demolition 14
  • 2007 — Detroit Demolition 17, Atlanta Xplosion 7
  • 2008 — Dallas Diamonds 35, Chicago Force 29
  • 2009 — Kansas City Tribe 21, D.C. Divas 18

Tier II Champions

  • 2008 — Montreal Blitz 26, Clarksville Fox 6
  • 2009 — Wisconsin Warriors 42, Montreal Blitz 14

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