The Legends Football League (LFL) is announcing that the league will not be producing a 2020 season.
LFL Founder & Chairman, Mitchell Mortaza stating, “We have enjoyed an incredible journey since our debut game on September 4, 2009, which has included unprecedented television distribution for a women’s sport, sold-out arenas and stadiums around the world and league-play in the United States, Canada and Australia.
We want to thank everyone that has been part of this amazing ten years from our broadcast partners to our sponsors as well as our tireless behind-the-scenes support staff, our thousands of athletes, hundreds of coaches and millions of fans. We will all cherish our memories while leaving a legacy of attaining heights that no one anticipated. Thank you all, for being part of our history”.
Throughout its ten-year history, the LFL established new benchmarks and reached milestones that Women’s Tackle Football had never attained prior. The LFL will continue to review options of building the sport in future seasons within the United States as well as Europe and Australia.