Lethbridge Steel

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Lethbridge Steel
Founded 2010
Based in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
Home field University of Lethbridge Community Stadium
League Canadian Football League
Head coach Jamie Fisher
General manager Calvin Scott
Colours Purple, white, silver and black
Website http://www.lethbridgesteelfootball.com/

The Lethbridge Steel are a women's football team in the Western Women's Canadian Football League competing in the Western Conference. Having first formed in 2010, the club formed a league with the Edmonton Storm and Calgary Rage known as the Alberta Female Football League (AFFL). In 2011, the Steel and the remainder of the AFFL clubs became part of the WWCFL.

Of note, the Steel are one of three WWCFL franchises that have never had a player who competed for Team Canada in the IFAF Women's World Football Championships. The current head coach is Jamie Fisher and the team president is Calvin Scott. Player Kirstin Nakatani also serves on the executive as a Director. Games are contested at University of Lethbridge Community Stadium.

Year by year[edit]

Season Record Finish Postseason
2011 1-3 Third, Western Conference Lost Conference Semifinal, 14-26 vs. Calgary Rage
2012 3-0 First, Western Conference Lost Title Game, 21-64 vs. Saskatoon Valkyries
2013 3-0[1] First, Western Conference Lost Title Game, 13-27 vs. Saskatoon Valkyries