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Lingerie Football League

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Lingerie Football League
Logo-Lingerie Football League.gif
Description Sport
Available language(s) English
Launched 2009
Current status active
More info
Commercial yes
Owner Mitchell S. Mortaza
URL lflus.com

The Lingerie Football League (LFL) is a women's 7-on-7 tackle American football league, created by Mitchell S. Mortaza in 2009. The league was founded in 2009 as the Lingerie Football League and was rebranded as the Legends Football League in 2013.[1]

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  • Websites:
  • Twitter: MyLFL
  • Facebook: mylfl
  • YouTube: LingerieFootball
  • Lingerie Football League is finished, replaced by Legends Football League, Tech-media-tainment on January 27, 2013 (The owners of the Lingerie Football League announced earlier this month that they are changing the official name of the LFL to Legends Football League. The decision was made to improve the image of the women's football league before its fourth season begins on March 30. Executives admitted that the lingerie, including frilly bras, panties and garter belts, was just a gimmick to attract early interest to the LFL.)
  • Lingerie Football League ignored by mainstream media, Tech-media-tainment on September 16, 2009 (The Lingerie Football League isn't getting much coverage in the nation's newspapers. Media types aren't sure what to make of it. Is it a serious sport? A burlesque show? A farce? The inaugural season of the Lingerie Football League kicked off Sept. 4 in Chicago. The second game took place Sept. 11 in Seattle. This week's Friday night game will be held in Denver. Coverage has consisted of feature articles about how pretty the women players are and how they can really play football. Other stories have focused on the titillating aspect of "wardrobe malfunctions".)