There are so many websites devoted to sports in general and football in particular. Here is a list of some of these sites:
The address for this new website is http://www.eteamz.com/Women.
Professional Football League:
This is the official website for the newest women's tackle football league! And here are some other WPFL-related websites:
Access this league’s website at http://www.womensfootballcentral.com. You may also want to visit the following NWFA team pages:
The league's address is as follows: http://www.womensamericanfootballleague.com.
This is yet another league I have stumbled across in my internet surfing. The address is as follows: http://www.iwflsports.com.
I just found out about this new league. The address is http://www.wfleague.com.
This is an advisory board, not a league. The address is http://www.wafcfootball.com.
Any women who would like to play in one of the women's tackle football leagues should visit the following address for information: http://www.eteamz.com/womensprocombine.
Battle Creek Rainbows
This website has a brief history of the Battle Creek Rainbows of the National Women's Football League. The new address for the site is http://www.semiprofootball.org/brainbow.htm.
Women Play Football: There is now an e-mail newsletter devoted to news and information about women's football. Visit this site for information on how to join this e-mail newsletter group.
Girls in Football Youth Football Knowledge Base at http://infosports.net/football/5.htm. This section of the InfoSports--Youth Sports on the Web site contains a few well-thought-out messages about the issue of girls playing tackle football in school or in the Pop Warner Leagues. See below for link to InfoSports main site.
"Two Girls Suit Up for Sequoyah Football Team," from Shawnee News-Star Online at http://www.news-star.com/stories/092699/csp_fbgirls.shtml
Proposal for the Creation of a New Brunswick High School Girls Midget Tackle Football League. This proposal comes complete with suggested rules for the game.
Located at http://www.en.com/users/aclucle/putcoach.htm is an article by Pam Smith and Larissa Larson titled "Put Me In, Coach: the Right of Women to Participate Equally in Sports."
I recently discovered a couple websites devoted to women's tackle football in Japan. Note that these sites are in Japanese.
The web address for this league is http://www.wawfl.org.au.
The web address is http://www.geocities.com/womensfootball.
The new web address for the Women's Sports Foundation is http://www.womenssportsfoundation.org.
National Association for
Girls and Women in Sport
This is another organization dedicated to women and girls in sports.
Sports Illustrated for Women at http://cnnsi.com.
Oxygen Sports, which is part of the Oxygen website for women. Also, visit the related "Football--We Sweat on Oxygen" section while it is still available. There are pieces about the Women's Professional Football League and Katie Hnida.
The Official All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Site at http://www.dlcwest.com/~smudge/contents.html
World Team Tennis: the official website of World Team Tennis.
Muscleville.com at http://www.muscleville.com/home.html. This is a women's bodybuilding web page.
Women's Physique World at http://www.wpw.net.
Amateur Female Bodybuilding Gallery at http://www.frsa.com/fgallry.html.
Female Bodybuilding Gallery at http://www.femalebodybuilding.com/gallery/Site/Index.htm
The Tall Pages—This page is for admirers of tall, beautiful women. The address is http://hilda.thevalkyrie.com/~aboveall. Other similar sites include Tall Women Admirers at http://www.geocities.com/tuscan17 and Towering Women at http://tall22.tripod.com.