2017 Women’s World Championship


The Women’s Football Alliance is proud to announce that 42 of its players were selected for the U.S. National Team roster as it looks to capture its third consecutive Gold Medal at the Women’s World Championship, an event organized by the International Federation of American Football.

Watch the WWC!

Click for a Preview of the WWC – players to watch, teams to follow

Click for National Team Player Profiles

Meet the Team USA Coach!

The three-day tournament will takes place at McCloud Stadium in Langley, BC, 50 miles southeast of Vancouver.  The USA will begin it’s run to its third straight championship on June 24th at 3:30 P.M. PST in a match-up against Mexico in that country’s first WWC appearance.

The 2017 WWC is the third IFAF women’s event and the first that has been held outside of Europe. The first two events, in 2010 and 2013, were held in Sweden and then Finland, respectively.  Team USA beat Canada in the championship match-up both years.

Featuring six national teams, the event showcases the top women football players from around the world. Participating teams include the two-time champion United States, Finland, Great Britain, Australia, Mexico, and host Canada. Team Australia is coached by former WFA player and former Arizona linebacker coach, Dr. Jen Welter.

2017 Schedule:

Women’s World Championships, IFAF, International Federation of American Football, Womens Football Alliance, Women’s National Team, WNT, Womens Professional Football, Womens World Games, Women’s Pro Football, NFL Women, Women’s Football, Football Women, USA Football Women's National Team, Womens Tackle Football, Football, WFA football, NFL, pro football, WFA, women’s gridiron, Women’s Football Alliance, NCAA football, women’s sports, Title IX, tackle football, girls tackle football, american football, Flag Football

Please check back for more WWC information as our season progresses.

WWC News (also follow @USAfootballWNT on Twitter.)

WWC Preview of Players and Teams
Meet the Players

Meet Team USA Coach Jim Farrell

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– The Buffalo Bills hire a Great Britain Women’s National Team Member as coaching intern

– International women’s football champs will be decided in Langley

– Team Canada: First Woman to Transition from National Team Player to National Team Coach

– Former NFL coach/WFA Player Jen Welter’s Challenges with Australia’s Women’s National Team

Football Canada & IFAF unveil 2017 Women’s World Championship schedule

– First Australian Womens Gridiron Team Set for the IFAF Women’s World Championships in June

– European Champ Finland Among Favorites at Women’s World Championships

– USA Wins Gold Medal at First Ever IFAF Women’s World Championship

Read the WFA press release and see the WFA players participating in the event.

Watch the video below to meet the players of Team USA!