Independent Women's Football League
|Sport||Women's American football|
|No. of teams||36 total (29 Tier I, 7 Affiliate)|
|Most recent champion(s)||
IWFL League-- Pittsburgh Passion
Founders Bowl winner-- Carolina Phoenix
Affiliate Bowl winner-- Detroit Pride
|Most titles||Sacramento Sirens (3)|
The Independent Women's Football League is a full-contact Women's American football league that was founded in 2000 and began play in 2001. It is one of three 11-on-11 U.S. football leagues for women, along with the Women's Football Alliance and the Women's Spring Football League, and the oldest of the three. Laurie Frederick is one of the league's founders and current CEO.
Eastern Conference 1.1
- North Atlantic Division 1.1.1
- Mid Atlantic Division 1.1.2
- South Atlantic Division 1.1.3
- Great Lakes Division 1.1.4
Western Conference 1.2
- Mid West Division 1.2.1
- South West Division 1.2.2
- Pacific West Division 1.2.3
- Pacific Southwest Division 1.2.4
- Affiliate Teams 1.3
- Eastern Conference 1.1
- Former IWFL teams playing elsewhere 2
- Tier I 3.1
- Tier II 3.2
- Founders Bowl 3.3
- Affiliate Bowl 3.4
- See also 4
- References 5
- External links 6
North Atlantic Division
|Connecticut Wreckers||Danbury, Connecticut||Immaculate High School|
|Montreal Blitz||Lachine, Quebec||Dalbé-Viau High School|
|New York Sharks||Brooklyn, New York||Aviator Sports Complex|
Mid Atlantic Division
South Atlantic Division
|Carolina Phoenix||Durham, North Carolina||Durham County Memorial Stadium|
|Carolina Queens||Huntersville, North Carolina||Hopewell High School|
|Huntsville Tigers||Huntsville, Alabama||Discovery Middle School|
|Tennessee Train||Chattanooga, Tennessee||Chattanooga Central High School|
Great Lakes Division
|Toledo Reign||Toledo, Ohio||Fremont Ross & Waite High Schools|
|Wisconsin Warriors||Greendale, Wisconsin||Greendale High School|
Mid West Division
|Iowa Crush||West Des Moines, Iowa||Valley High School|
|Madison Blaze||Madison, Wisconsin||Middleton High School|
|Minnesota Vixen||Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota||Simley High School|
|Nebraska Stampede||Ralston, Nebraska||Ralston High School|
South West Division
|Austin Yellow Jackets||Austin, Texas||House Park|
|Houston Energy||League City, Texas||Veterans Memorial Stadium|
|New Orleans Krewe||Kenner, Louisiana||Muss Bertolino & Buddy Lawson Fields|
|The Woodlands Wildcats||The Woodlands, Texas||Woodforest Bank Stadium|
Pacific West Division
|California Quake||Los Angeles, California||Rancho Cienega Sports Complex|
|Nevada Storm||Dayton, Nevada||Dayton Valley High School|
|North County Stars||San Diego, California||Fallbrook Union College|
|Phoenix Phantomz||Phoenix, Arizona||ASU Prep High School|
|Sacramento Sirens||Sacramento, California||Hughes Stadium|
|Tucson Monsoon||Tucson, Arizona||Tucson High Magnet School|
Pacific Southwest Division
|Colorado Springs Voodoo||Colorado Springs, Colorado|
|Rocky Mountain Thunderkatz||Fountain, Colorado||Fountain Middle School|
|Utah Falconz||Murray, Utah||Cottonwood High School|
|Central Valley Mustangs||Modesto, California||Modesto Christian High School|
|Colorado Freeze||Denver, Colorado||Englewood High School|
|Detroit Pride||Detroit, Michigan||Martin Luther King High School|
|Knoxville Lightning||Knoxville, Tennessee||Austin East High School|
|Maine (Northeast) Rebels||Portland, Maine||Deering High School Memorial Stadium|
|San Antonio Regulators||San Antonio, Texas||Wheatley Heights Sports Complex|
|Ventura Black Widows||Ventura, California||Newbury Park High School|
Former IWFL teams playing elsewhere
- Arlington Impact - played in the IWFL from 2012–14, now in Women's Football Alliance.
- Austin Outlaws - played in the IWFL from 2001-2002 then joined the National Women's Football Association; now in Women's Football Alliance.
- Binghamton Tiger Cats - played in the IWFL in 2010, now in Women's Eights Football League.
- Cape Fear Thunder - played in the IWFL from 2007-2009, now in Women's Eights Football League.
- Chicago Force - played in the IWFL from 2003-2010, now in Women's Football Alliance.
- D.C. Divas - played in the IWFL from 2007-2010, now in Women's Football Alliance.
- DFW Xtreme - played in the IWFL in 2013, now in Women's Spring Football League.
- Kansas City Storm - played in the IWFL from 2005-2007, currently playing as independent team.
- Keystone Assault - played in the IWFL from 2013-2014, now in Women's Spring Football League.
- New England Nightmare - played in the IWFL from 2013-2014, now in Women's Spring Football League.
- New York Knockout - played in the IWFL from 2013-2014, now in Women's Spring Football League.
- Miami Fury - played in the IWFL from 2003-2010, now in Women's Football Alliance.
- Portland Shockwave - played in the IWFL from 2003-2012, now in Women's Football Alliance.
- Seattle Majestics - played in the IWFL from 2003-2012, now in Women's Football Alliance.
- 2001 — Austin Outlaws - Champion by record
- 2002 — New York Sharks 24, Austin Outlaws 4
- 2003 — Sacramento Sirens 41, New York Sharks 30
- 2004 — Sacramento Sirens 29, New York Sharks 27
- 2005 — Sacramento Sirens 9, Atlanta Xplosion 7
- 2006 — Atlanta Xplosion 21, Detroit Demolition 14
- 2007 — Detroit Demolition 17, Atlanta Xplosion 7
- 2008 — Dallas Diamonds 35, Chicago Force 29
- 2009 — Kansas City Tribe 21, D.C. Divas 18
- 2010 — Boston Militia 39, Sacramento Sirens 7
- 2011 — Atlanta Ravens 24, California Quake 22
- 2012 — Montreal Blitz 28, Sacramento Sirens 27
- 2013 — Carolina Phoenix 14, Houston Energy 0
- 2014 — Pittsburgh Passion 41, Houston Energy 7
- 2015 — Pittsburgh Passion 41, Utah Falconz 37
- 2008 — Montreal Blitz 26, Clarksville Fox 6
- 2009 — Wisconsin Warriors 42, Montreal Blitz 14
- 2010 — Montreal Blitz 9, Bay Area Bandits 2
- 2011 — Seattle Majestics 20, New England Intensity 0
- 2012 — Carolina Phoenix 27, Portland Shockwave 0
- 2013 — Montreal Blitz 55, Arlington Impact
- 2014 — Madison Blaze 31, Baltimore Nighthawks 14
- 2015 — Carolina Phoenix 32, Madison Blaze 9
- 2012 — Carolina Queens 18, Colorado Sting 0
- 2013 — Carolina Queens 28, San Antonio Regulators 14
- 2014 — Carolina Queens 28, Minnesota Vixens 22
- 2015 — Detroit Pride 24, San Antonio Regulators 22
- Official website
- The Women's Pro Football Networking Group