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Women's Football Alliance
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Sport Women's American football
Founded 2008
No. of teams 42
Country(ies)  United States
 Mexico
Most recent champion(s) St. Louis Slam
Most championships St. Louis Slam (1)

The Women's Football Alliance is a full-contact Women's American football league which began play in the spring of 2009. So far, 36 teams will play in its inaugural season; some transferring from other leagues such as the Women's Professional Football League, Independent Women's Football League and National Women's Football Association, while others will begin their inaugural season of play.

Contents

Current Teams

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American Conference

Region I

Northeast
East
Mid Atlantic

Region II

Central
North Central

Region III

South Central

National Conference

Region IV

Midwest

Region V

Southwest
Southern

Region VI

North Pacific
South Pacific

Exhibition teams

To Begin/Resume Play in 2011

  • Fort Wayne Flash - played 2009 WFA season, then took 2010 season off to reorganize and cope with the death of one of their players, still plan to resume play for 2011
  • Phoenix Prowlers - played 2009 WFA season, then took 2010 season off because of the struggling economy in the US, but still plan to resume play for 2011
  • Sacramento Rush - originally set to begin play in 2010, but pushed inaugural season back to 2011

Former WFA teams

Teams that left the WFA for another league

Failed expansion teams

Defunct teams

WFA National Championship Results

Year Winner Loser Score
2009 St. Louis Slam West Michigan Mayhem 21-14

See also

External links


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