Long Beach Aftershock

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The Long Beach Aftershock was a women’s professional football team.

The Aftershock was founded in May 2002, by many players who won the first Women’s World Bowl as part of the California Quake, of the now disbanded Women's American Football League (WAFL).

In their first season, the Aftershock won the only championship of the AFWL in 2002 led by head coach Anthony Bartley beating the San Diego Sunfire by a score of 12-7. Then they joined the Women's Professional Football League (WPFL) in its 5th season. The WPFL was the longest running women’s tackle league in the U.S..