Lingerie Football League

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  • 2010
  • 2 Seasons
  • 8.0  (15)

The Lingerie Football League, often referred to as the LFL, is a football league that airs on television under the same name. It got its start as the Lingerie Bowl, which is a pay-per-view alternative to the regular Super Bowl halftime show. It is broadcast to millions of viewers in 85 different countries. The success of the Lingerie Bowl over several successful years led to the development of the Lingerie Football League, particularly for the lure of airing on television and making money. There are currently 16 teams in the league, and all air games on television and for online streaming. Each team has 20 players assigned to the team, but only 14 play in a game on any given day, allowing for the rest of players and reducing injury potential. This is crucial in many ways as it allows for greater exposure of players than in other football leagues and has created a strong fan base among viewers. When the league started airing on TV in 2009 shortly after its creation there was trouble finding a television partner to air games. Luckily a one year deal was reached with MyNetwork TV. In 2010 MTV2 took an interest in the initial success of the Lingerie Football League and began to air games over a 20 week playing season including the two playoff games and then the championship game which has officially taken the title Lingerie Bowl. MTV2 has aired games on national television ever since for the LFL. Despite criticism that the Lingerie Football League is nothing more than television objectification of women, viewership remains strong as well as stadium attendance. Success of the LFL on television has lead to the development of a video game, a new music theme for airing on TV, and exhibition games abroad in Australia, Europe, and Mexico. Success of the LFL in the US and Canada has led to the creation of new Lingerie Football Leagues in Australia and Europe. Eventually there will be a Lingerie World Bowl on international TV networks in 2014.

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Seasons
Lingerie Bowl IX - Las Vegas, Nevada
23. Lingerie Bowl IX - Las Vegas, Nevada
February 5, 2012
Summary not available
Western Conference Playoffs - Veterans Memorial Arena
22. Western Conference Playoffs - Veterans Memorial Arena
January 28, 2012
Summary not available
Eastern Conference Playoffs - Veterans Memorial Arena
21. Eastern Conference Playoffs - Veterans Memorial Arena
January 28, 2012
Summary not available
Chicago Bliss vs. Los Angeles Temptation
20. Chicago Bliss vs. Los Angeles Temptation
January 27, 2012
Summary not available
Toronto Triumph vs. Orlando Fantasy
19. Toronto Triumph vs. Orlando Fantasy
January 20, 2012
Summary not available
Minnesota Valkyrie vs. Seattle Mist
18. Minnesota Valkyrie vs. Seattle Mist
January 6, 2012
Summary not available
Orlando Fantasy vs. Tampa Breeze
17. Orlando Fantasy vs. Tampa Breeze
December 30, 2011
Summary not available
Seattle Mist vs. Los Angeles Temptation
16. Seattle Mist vs. Los Angeles Temptation
December 16, 2011
Summary not available
Toronto Triumph vs. Philadelphia Passion
15. Toronto Triumph vs. Philadelphia Passion
December 9, 2011
Summary not available
Cleveland Crush vs Orlando Fantasy
14. Cleveland Crush vs Orlando Fantasy
December 2, 2011
Summary not available
Philadelphia Passion vs. Baltimore Charm
13. Philadelphia Passion vs. Baltimore Charm
November 18, 2011
Summary not available
Los Angeles Temptation vs. Las Vegas Sin
12. Los Angeles Temptation vs. Las Vegas Sin
November 11, 2011
Summary not available
Las Vegas Sin vs. Seattle Mist
11. Las Vegas Sin vs. Seattle Mist
November 4, 2011
Summary not available
Baltimore Charm vs Toronto Triumph
10. Baltimore Charm vs Toronto Triumph
October 28, 2011
Summary not available
Cleveland Crush vs Tampa Breeze
9. Cleveland Crush vs Tampa Breeze
October 21, 2011
Summary not available
Los Angeles Temptation vs Toronto Triumph
8. Los Angeles Temptation vs Toronto Triumph
October 14, 2011
Summary not available
Green Bay Chill vs Chicago Bliss
7. Green Bay Chill vs Chicago Bliss
October 7, 2011
Summary not available
Seattle Mist vs Green Bay Chill
6. Seattle Mist vs Green Bay Chill
September 30, 2011
Summary not available
Baltimore Charm vs Cleveland Crush
5. Baltimore Charm vs Cleveland Crush
September 23, 2011
Summary not available
Orlando Fantasy vs Baltimore Charm
4. Orlando Fantasy vs Baltimore Charm
September 16, 2011
Summary not available
Tampa Breeze vs Philadelphia Passion
3. Tampa Breeze vs Philadelphia Passion
September 9, 2011
Summary not available
Vegas Sin vs Chicag Bliss
2. Vegas Sin vs Chicag Bliss
September 2, 2011
Summary not available
Minnesota Valkyrie vs Green Bay Chill
1. Minnesota Valkyrie vs Green Bay Chill
August 26, 2011
Summary not available
Description

The Lingerie Football League, often referred to as the LFL, is a football league that airs on television under the same name. It got its start as the Lingerie Bowl, which is a pay-per-view alternative to the regular Super Bowl halftime show. It is broadcast to millions of viewers in 85 different countries.

The success of the Lingerie Bowl over several successful years led to the development of the Lingerie Football League, particularly for the lure of airing on television and making money. There are currently 16 teams in the league, and all air games on television and for online streaming. Each team has 20 players assigned to the team, but only 14 play in a game on any given day, allowing for the rest of players and reducing injury potential. This is crucial in many ways as it allows for greater exposure of players than in other football leagues and has created a strong fan base among viewers.

When the league started airing on TV in 2009 shortly after its creation there was trouble finding a television partner to air games. Luckily a one year deal was reached with MyNetwork TV. In 2010 MTV2 took an interest in the initial success of the Lingerie Football League and began to air games over a 20 week playing season including the two playoff games and then the championship game which has officially taken the title Lingerie Bowl. MTV2 has aired games on national television ever since for the LFL.

Despite criticism that the Lingerie Football League is nothing more than television objectification of women, viewership remains strong as well as stadium attendance. Success of the LFL on television has lead to the development of a video game, a new music theme for airing on TV, and exhibition games abroad in Australia, Europe, and Mexico. Success of the LFL in the US and Canada has led to the creation of new Lingerie Football Leagues in Australia and Europe. Eventually there will be a Lingerie World Bowl on international TV networks in 2014.

  • Premiere Date
    August 27, 2010
  • IMDB Rating
    8.0  (15)