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IWFL Welcomes the Nevada Storm

Round Rock, Texas –The IWFL is pleased to announce it has awarded a new team membership to Aaron Moore representing the Nevada Storm. The Storm will begin play as an expansion full member team in 2015 with a full schedule of exciting games.

“We are thrilled to welcome the Storm back to the IWFL. They have established themselves in the West as a solid organization that focuses on top notch sportsmanship. That is exactly the kind of team we want in the IWFL,” said Kezia Disney, IWFL Chief Operating Officer.  

The Nevada Storm will offer women an opportunity to learn to play full tackle football and compete at the national level. The team will play regionally during the regular season with a schedule featuring exciting match ups against renewed rivals like the Sacramento Sirens and California Quake.

“The Storm is excited for the upcoming year and opportunities that the IWFL has afforded us. I know the fans are on the edge of their seat waiting for the season to begin. The team has a lot to offer women of all ages in this challenging and rewarding sport. The Nevada Storm requires all coaches, staff and players to set the standards and set them we shall,” stated Aaron Moore, team owner and IWFL Delegate.

Tryouts will be held October 18th at 9 AM at the Shadow Mountain Sports Complex in Sparks, Nevada, (3300 Sparks Blvd. Sparks NV. 89434.) See our website www.NevadaStormFootball.com for future opportunities to join the Storm

Phone: 775/857-8759
Email: TheNevadaStorm@gmail.com
Website: http://www.nevadastormfootball.com



About The Nevada Storm

We are Northern Nevada’s only all Women’s Semi-Pro Full-Contact Football Team. We play in a Professional League called the Independent Women’s Football League (IWFL) and play games in Reno/Sparks, Nevada and all around the west coast.

About the IWFL

Founded in 2000, the Independent Women’s Football League (IWFL) is an international women’s tackle football organization. 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. 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