About the IWFL
The Independent Women's Football League (IWFL), a 501(c)(6) non-profit Texas Corporation, is a full tackle women's football league focused on creating a positive, safe and fun environment for the women who play the game and fans that come out to watch them. The IWFL was founded in 2000 by a group of women dedicated to making the sport a household name. The IWFL currently has over 1600 women playing the sport for 36 teams across North America with consistent expansion into to new markets.
The IWFL is a member organization of team owners founded to support the new sport of women's tackle football. The IWFL enables its member teams to function independently, focusing on their local markets while combining resources and strategies for the successful marketing and promotion of women's football.
Enable women to play tackle football by supporting the member owners of the IWFL with a stable organization that can draw on and combine the resources of the IWFL to promote the women athletes who play football.
To create and promote a full tackle women's football league focused on creating a positive, safe and fun environment for the women who play football and a fun experience for the families coming out to watch them. The IWFL is a Women's Tackle Football league allowing all women the opportunity to play tackle football. The IWFL also allows women and men alike the opportunity to coach, manage and even own a sports team in order to further this opportunity for women athletes.
The IWFL is a nonprofit organization here solely for the success of the sport of women's tackle football.
Our focus is on providing opportunities for women to play this great American sport while providing exciting and progressive entertainment for the public.
This league was started with player safety, community service, honesty, and integrity in mind.