Empire State Roar
|League||Women's Football Alliance|
|Team history||WPFL (2005-2007)|
|Based in||Rochester, New York|
|Stadium||East Rochester High School|
|Colors||Black, gold, white|
|Head coach||John Evans|
The Empire State Roar was a Women's American football team. They played in Rochester, New York at the East Rochester High School Field and were a member of the Women's Football Alliance. The team was formerly a member of the Women's Professional Football League until 2008. This team has been defunct since last having played in the Fall of 2007.
The Empire State Roar is the only Women's Professional Football team in Rochester, New York. Since the team's inception in 2005, they have played at the East Rochester High School Field. The 2006 season marks the team's first full season with the Women's Professional Football League, they were an exhibition team during the 2005 season.
Following the 2007 the team left the WPFL and temporarily suspended operations. They originally announced plans to return to play in 2010 as a member of the Women's Football Alliance; however, since then, owner Sandra Rogers has put the team up for sale.
|Empire State Roar (WPFL)|
|2006||4||3||0||2nd American East||--|
|2007||8||1||0||1st American East||Lost American Conference Championship (SoCal)|
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