Women's Football Looks for Expansion Team in Texas Panhandle - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/17/08

Women's Football Looks for Expansion Team in Texas Panhandle

The National Women's Football Association, which is heading into its 8th season in April is already on the move seeking new teams for the 2009 season. Two of the targeted areas are Amarillo and Lubbock, TX.

"We have quite a few teams within hours of the Texas Panhandle and feel that teams in that area would fit in nicely with our existing teams. We have found over the past seven seasons that smaller markets seem to do exceptionally well both in player, fan and sponsorship interest," states league CEO, Catherine Masters.

Interested players, coaches and potential owners should call the NWFA's office at (615) 860-4084 or email dreamfootball@cs.com.

The National Women's Football Association kicks off it's 8th season on April 19 with 35 teams from coast to coast.

For additional information on the National Women's Football Association, please visit our global website by clicking here.

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