Austin, Texas – The Independent Women’s Football League (IWFL) is proud to announce the 2009 IWFL Championship Weekend events will be held in central Texas. Event activities will take place over four days, July 23, 24, 25 and 26, 2009.
Round Rock ISD Stadium will play host to three major games, the 2009 IWFL North American Championship (Tier II), the 2009 IWFL All Star Game, and the Biggest Game in Women’s Football, the 2009 IWFL World Championship (Tier I).
The event will feature the best female football players in North America. From the All Stars to the Champions this event will give fans a rare opportunity to see women’s football at it’s finest.
“We are very excited to bring the Championship Weekend home to Texas. This is where the league was founded and after ten years we feel we have developed a level of football that everyone can be extremely proud of,” said Kezia Disney, IWFL Chief Operating Officer, “This isn’t powder puff. It’s serious football played by serious women’s teams. Central Texas football fans won’t be disappointed when they see what these ladies can do.”
In the coming weeks event organizers will announce all the exciting details of the biggest weekend in women’s football! Check the IWFL league website and sign up for the IWFL newsletter to be sure you don’t miss out on any women’s football news!
For more information on the Championship game and Championship Weekend activities check out: www.iwflsports.com/community.php
About the IWFL
Founded in 2000, the Independent Women’s Football League (IWFL) is an international women’s tackle football league. The IWFL provides women’s tackle football teams the opportunity to play at the top competition tier of their sport, while fostering an environment of goodwill and sportsmanship. The IWFL is the only recognized professional women’s tackle football league. Offering participation levels appropriate for all markets the IWFL has taken the lead in the development of women’s football for future generations. For more visit www.iwflsports.com
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