|Current season or competition:|
2019 Women's National Football Conference season
|Sport||Women's American football|
|No. of teams||18|
|Most recent champion(s)||Texas Elite Spartans (1st title)|
The Women's National Football Conference (WNFC) is a full-contact Women's American football league that began play in 2019. It is one of four national full-contact, 11-on-11 football leagues for women, along with the Women's Football Alliance, the United States Women's Football League and the Women's Tackle Football League.
Template:Update section The Women's National Football Conference was founded in 2018, with their inaugural season in 2019. On their website, the WNFC describes themselves as looking to create a standard of excellence and opportunities. Notably, the WNFC does not charge teams of players a fee for entry into the league; rather, teams are invited into the league based on quality of market, team, players and ownership.
On December 10, 2018, the WNFC announced a historic partnership with Adidas, as part of the latter's "She Breaks Barriers" initiative. As part of that partnership, Adidas serves as the WNFC's presenting sponsor, with all WNFC teams wearing custom-made Adidas uniforms.
The WNFC played their inaugural season in 2019 with fourteen regular teams and one exhibition team. Five teams came to the WNFC from the Independent Women's Football League (which folded after the 2018 season), three from the WFA, two from the USWFL and five were brand-new teams playing their inaugural season in the WNFC.
The WNFC has added five teams so far for the 2020 season; three from the WFA and two from the USWFL.
Map of teamsEdit
- New Orleans Hippies — Played in the WNFC in 2019, not invited back for 2020
- North Florida Pumas — Played in the WNFC in 2019, now a member of the Women's Tackle Football League.
|Year||Title||Home team||Away team||Score|
|2019||2019 IX Cup||Texas Elite Spartans||Utah Falconz||19–14|