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Saturday, November 1, 2014

Lingerie Football League could expand to Australia by 2013

Who said the Lingerie Football League wouldn’t last? Not only is it here to stay for the foreseeable future, but the LFL could be going global. The league currently consists of 12 teams in the United States and six more in Canada. Australia is scheduled to hold an all-star game tour this summer featuring 32 players from the LFL. In addition, an Australian website is reporting that Australia could have its own four-team Lingerie League by 2013.

“We could have never imagined the incredible response of Australia to LFL Football,” said Mitchell S. Mortaza, Chairman, Lingerie Football League.

“This is truly a significant moment in the short history of the league as we take our first step toward introducing Aussies to LFL Football and the eventual premiere of LFL Australia in 2013.”

Queenslander Chloe Butler is the face of the LFL as it pushes to establish a competition in Australia by 2013 with four teams – Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. Butler will serve as the ambassador of LFL Football coming to Australia and will captain the Western Conference squad.

With women who look like this, it’s no surprise the Lingerie League is increasing in popularity around the world. Plans have also been discussed to expand to Europe by 2014. Watch out, world — half-naked women playing football are coming to a city near you.

H/T Off the Bench



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