Women’s Spring Football League (WSFL) Launches

15 Sep

Women's Spring Football League

September 15, 2009

Women’s Spring Football League
Contact – Randall Fields
(402) 889-3243


Omaha, NE – The Women’s Spring Football League (WSFL) announces it has launched operations and will play its first season in the spring of 2010.

The league’s concept is revolutionary in the women’s football
industry. The league will be run and controlled by the team owners, including new team screening, budget establishment, setting of team league fees and governance. Such power and influence have never been available to team owners, who in the past have been subject to “closed books” approach from leagues. The current generation of women’s football teams have been in operation since around 2000 and league owner Randall Fields thinks its time to put the team owners in control. “Owners should have a say in how their money is spent, the direction of the league and who their peers are.”

Fields has been associated with amateur football for 15 years. For the past year he had been working to establish a women’s division under an existing men’s league. To free his teams of the constraints of that
league, Fields decided to take his women’s teams to “a league of their own” and implement the concept of an owner controlled league.

League President, Nance Wernes, an owner herself since 2004, has been working with Fields to develop the concept. “I’m excited about the framework that we’ve put together, but we don’t want to go too far with it. At this point, we want to wait until the 2010 owners are engaged so they can participate.”

For additional information on the Women’s Spring Football League please visit the league’s website

Phone: 402-889-3243
Email: info@WSFLwomen.com
Domain: www.WSFLwomen.com

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