Women's Spring Football League
|Sport||Women's American football|
|No. of teams||14 (10 11-woman; 4 8-woman), 5 planned 2014 expansion teams|
|Most recent champion(s)||Memphis Dynasty (11-woman),
West Virginia Wildfire (8-woman)
The Women's Spring Football League is a full-contact Women's American football league that began exhibition play in 2010 and a full regular season in 2011. It is one of three full-contact, 11-on-11 football leagues for women, along with the Independent Women's Football League and the Women's Football Alliance, and the newest of the three. The league is unique in that it has two divisions: one being an 11-woman division and the other being an 8-woman division.
The Women's Spring Football League was founded in 2009. A few teams played an exhibition season under the WSFL banner in 2010, but no league champion was crowned.
In 2011, the WSFL played what it regards as its first official regular season. The Baltimore Burn finished the season with a 6-0 record against non-league foes and claimed the 2011 WSFL championship in the 11-woman division on the basis of regular season record. The Cape Fear Thunder, which had a 4-2-1 record, claimed the 2011 WSFL championship in the 8-woman division.
In 2012, the WSFL staged their first playoffs and held their first league championship game. In the 11-player division, the New Jersey Titans defeated the DFW Xtreme 67-6 to claim the 2012 WSFL championship. The West Virginia Wildfire captured the 2012 WSFL title in the 8-player division with a 5-2 record.
In 2013 the WSFL staged their second playoffs. In the 11-player division the Memphis Dynasty defeated the Arkansas Banshees 32-12 to claim the championship. In the 8-player division the West Virginia Wildfire defeated the Binghamton Tiger Cats 44-8 to claim the championship.
- Arkansas Banshees
- Atlanta Heartbreakers
- Baltimore Burn
- Dallas/Fort Worth Xtreme
- Keystone Assault
- Memphis Dynasty
- Nashville Smashers
- River City Raiderz
- Rocky Mountain Thunderkatz
- Tri-State Warriors
Planned 2014 expansion
- Independent Women's Football League (IWFL)
- Women's Football Alliance (WFA)
- Women's Professional Football League (WPFL)
- National Women's Football Association (NWFA)
- Women's American Football League (WAFL)
- American Football Women's League (AWFL)
- Women's Football League (WFL)
- List of leagues of American football