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|League||Women's Football Alliance|
|Team history||2001-2015 IWFL
|Based in||Lachine, Quebec|
|Stadium||Dalbé-Viau High School|
|Colours||Red, black, white
|Head coach||Pierre Migner|
|Championships||4 (2008 & 2010 Tier II; 2012 Tier I; 2013 Founder's Bowl)|
|Division titles||2 (2004, 2008)|
The Montreal Blitz is a women's American football team in the Women's Football Alliance. They are based at Dalbé-Viau High School in the borough of Lachine, in Montreal, Quebec. They are the only Canadian team in a women's American football league. The team won four championships in the Independent Women's Football League, at various levels. Their highest achievement came in 2012 when the beat the Sacramento Sirens 28-27 to become World Champions of the IWFL.
The Blitz were created in 2001. In 2004 Quarterback Saadia Ashraf bought the team from the original owners. In 2015, the management of the team was transferred from Saadia Ashraf to Football Féminin Blitz de Montréal, a non-profit created to run the team. They played in the IWFL until 2016, when they decided to leave the league due to financial and travel constraints.
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