Former Super Bowl Champion cornerback Willie Williams
WIFL Tryouts Registering Now!
The Women’s Indoor Football League will be coming to 5 more cities. We have conducted four stops on the 2013 WIFL Combine Tryout Tour, a multi-city search for the best athletic talent women’s sports has to offer. The WIFL is looking for the best female athletes in the country and we don’t care what you look like. We only care about what you can bring to the field. We are building excitement and momentum leading to the launch of the initial WIFL football season coming in 2014.
What is the WIFL?
The WIFL (Women’s Indoor Football League) will be a professional indoor football league for women. They will wear full uniforms and regular helmets. The women will be paid to play.
What will set the WIFL aside from other womens’ leagues is that there will be a very high level of football played on the field. The focus will be on football, not on gender.
Played by top quality athletes, that get a paycheck for playing the game. The main thing that will be on display is their talent on the football field.
The Latest WIFL News
The Washington Wildcats are holding a Toy Drive presented by Fast Times Screen Printing on December 14th.
Washington Wildcats Toy Drive Brought To You By Fast Times Screen Printing
Philadelphia, PA – The Philadelphia Freeze are happy to announce the naming of Mike Ochmanowicz as the teams first Head Coach.
The WIFL is proud to announce that Jeannette McCoy will be joining the league as the starting QB for the Orlando Power.
Tampa, FL – The WIFL is excited to announce a new partnership to coincide with a new sister website launching today. We have teamed up with Yardbarker/MSN/FOX Sports and in conjuncture with 24/7 Sports Hub and 24/7 Sports Hub Radio we are launching a news only website WIFL 24/7. www.wifl247.com.