Independent Women's Football League

Independent Women's Football League

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. After five years of continuous growth and success, the IWFL has emerged as the clear leader in women's football. Currently over 1,600 women play on 41 IWFL teams across the United States and Canada.


The Independent Women's Football League
Eastern Conference North Atlantic South Atlantic Midwest Midsouth
Baltimore Nighthawks Holyoke Hurricanes Atlanta Xplosion Cape Fear Thunder Chicago Force Clarksville Fox
Boston Militia Manchester Freedom Miami Fury Carolina Phoenix Columbus Phantoms Louisiana Fuel
Central PA Vipers Montreal Blitz Orlando Mayhem Carolina Queens Detroit Demolition Shreveport Aftershock
D.C. Divas New England Intensity Palm Beach Punishers Wisconsin Warriors
New York Sharks Southern Maine Rebels Wisconsin Wolves
Pittsburgh Passion
Western Conference Pacific Northwest Pacific Southwest Midsouth
Corvallis Pride California Quake Dallas Diamonds
Portland Shockwave Las Vegas Showgirlz Iowa Crush
Redding Rage New Mexico Menace Kansas City Tribe
Sacramento Sirens SoCal Breakers
Santa Rosa Scorchers Tucson Monsoon
Seattle Majestics

Former Teams

Joining in 2009


  • 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


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