The LFL is currently perhaps the most attractive competition in the world, which above all, enjoys great popularity among the male population. The concept of scantily clad girls playing this somewhat badass sport was introduced at the Superbowl under the name Lingerie Bowl. It began its inaugural season in September Mitch Mortaza is the founder of the league. In , the league changed its name, and today we know it as the Legends Football League whose administrative offices are in Las Vegas, Nevada. We assume that after the Super Bowl, you want to know how football is played. But first, you must bear in mind that there are also female players and that there is a female competition that takes place that same day: the Lingerie Football League. There are two modalities: the tackle, which allows contact and has 11 players on each team; and flag football, which stops play by removing a ribbon from a player from the opposing team, there are four to twelve members in each group and no helmets or shoulder pads are used. A team has four chances to score in the opposing zone. To be valid, the player must pass the line that limits the space to score points.
The LFL Rules
The Extreme Football League X League , previously known as the Legends Football League , is an American women's tackle football league , with games played during the spring and summer months in arenas and stadiums. The league's administrative offices are located in Los Angeles. The concept of the league originated from an alternative Super Bowl halftime television special called the Lingerie Bowl , a pay-per-view event broadcast opposite the Super Bowl halftime show. In , league chairman Mitch Mortaza expanded the concept from a single annual exhibition game to a ten-team league, branded as the Lingerie Football League LFL. The league operated on a similar schedule to the National Football League NFL , playing in fall and winter and played most of its games indoors with similar rules to indoor football. Many of the teams were coached by former NFL players and coaches who were already well known in their respective cities. Many of the LFL players had a background in other competitive athletics at the college and semiprofessional level, as well as some experience in tackle football from playing in other semiprofessional leagues. The initial uniforms consisted of shoulder pads, elbow pads, knee pads, performance wear, and ice hockey -style helmets with clear plastic visors in lieu of face masks. The original uniforms of the Lingerie Football League consisted of an athletic bra and underwear that were more revealing than protective, as well as added lace, ribbons, and garters as decoration. While these uniforms were routinely criticized by media, players' reactions were typically mixed on the use of the uniforms, comparing the similarities in coverage to track and field uniforms or beach volleyball bikinis.
Players are unpaid, must provide their own insurance, and clothing offers dubious protection. But there is the TV exposure. Guardian Australia confirmed with competition organisers that LFL players receive no wages, competitors have no minimum training session attendance requirements and many have never played American football before. Organisers also confirmed that players must rely on their own insurance, despite the obvious injury risks from a game based on American football. The LFL does provide secondary medical services through its network of sports medicine sponsors," a league spokesman said. This means if players suffer a serious injury and are required to have time away from work they are not entitled to any compensation from the league. Stone told Guardian Australia the staff running the training session said the LFL would not be liable if she was injured while training or playing in the league. In one girl-on-girl drill, we had the US players circling us shouting at us and trying to rally us to bring harm to the girl we were up against. We were told to turn up a couple of hours beforehand for hair and make-up. By contrast with the coverage afforded the LFL, netball was dumped from commercial free-to-air television in and has since struggled to salvage a deal with Foxtel and SBS.
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