The Western Women's Canadian Football League (WWCFL) is a full-contact women's Canadian football league which began play in the spring of 2011. It has now completed two full seasons and with 7 teams is the largest women's football league in Canada. The women play 12 women tackle football games using the Canadian Amateur Football Association, somewhat similar those of the CFL. The league has teams in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta (the prairie provinces of Canada).


 [hide*1 League History

League History[edit]Edit

The first season of play ended with a championship game which was played in the city of Lethbridge, Alberta. The game was played between the Edmonton Storm and the Saskatoon Valkyries . The Valkyries became the first WWCFL Champions with a final score of 35-7.

The WWCFL's second year (2012) saw the same seven teams compete. The championship game was held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan with the Saskatoon Valkyries defending their title by defeating the Lethbridge Steel 64-21.[1]


Western Conference[edit]Edit

Team Location Home Field
Calgary Rage CalgaryAlberta Shouldice Athletic Park
Edmonton Storm EdmontonAlberta Clarke Stadium
Lethbridge Steel LethbridgeAlberta University of Lethbridge Community Stadium
Northern Anarchy Grande PrairieAlberta Legion Field
Okotoks Lady Outlawz High RiverAlberta High River High Field

Prairie Conference[edit]Edit

Team Location Home Field
Manitoba Fearless WinnipegManitoba East Side Eagles Field, Winnipeg
Regina Riot ReginaSaskatchewan Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field
Saskatoon Valkyries SaskatoonSaskatchewan Griffiths Stadium
North Winnipeg Nomads Wolf Pack WinnipegManitoba North Winnipeg Nomads Football Club

WWCFL Championship Results[edit]Edit

Year Winner Loser Score
2011 Saskatoon Valkyries Edmonton Storm 35-7
2012 Saskatoon Valkyries Lethbridge Steel 64-21
2013 Saskatoon Valkyries Lethbridge Steel 27-13


In the fall of 2012 it was announced that two new teams would be joing the league in 2013. The Northern Anarchy will be based in Grande PrairieAlberta.[2] and the Okotoks Lady Outlawz in OkotoksAlberta.[3] The league may go as high as 11 teams for 2013, including expansion into British Columbia.

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