Lingerie Football League, LLC., the fastest-growing women’s sports league in the United States, today announced that the league is officially going ‘Down Under’, selecting Australia as a host country for the 2012 All-Fantasy Game Tour.
The LFL All-Fantasy
Game Tour, hitting Australia’s shores in June, will feature 32 of the
most athletic and beautiful women across the league as the Western
Conference battles the Eastern Conference in what promises to to be an
intense battle for global supremacy. The exhibition games will be played
at venues on Australia’s picturesque east coast and comes on the heels
of wildly successful All-Fantasy Games in Canada (2011) and Mexico
native and Australian athlete Chloe Butler is the face of the LFL in
its push to establish an Australian league by 2013 with four teams –
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. Chloe will serve as the
ambassador of LFL Football coming to Australia and will captain the
Western Conference squad.
Football has developed one of its largest international fan bases in
Australia, having been broadcast on Fuel TV since the league’s inception
could have never imagined the incredible response of Australia to LFL
Football. While we have received offers previously to bring LIVE
exhibition games to Australia, we have never had the opportunity to team
with the experience and attitude of the guys we have partnered with
here in Australia. This is truly a significant moment in the short
history of the league as we take our first step toward introducing
Aussies to LFL Football and the eventual premiere of LFL Australia in
2013″, said, Mitchell S. Mortaza, Chairman, Lingerie Football League, LLC.
league is expected to officially announce venue and ticket information
in the coming weeks. For more information on the Australia LFL
All-Fantasy Tour, visit www.lflinaustralia.com.
About the LFL:
Lingerie Football League (LFL), founded in 2009, is an extension of the
extremely popular Super Bowl halftime alternative programming
phenomenon, “The Lingerie Bowl”, which drew millions of viewers and
blue-chip advertisers over its initial five-year run.
featuring 15 franchises throughout North America, the LFL is regarded
as the fastest growing women’s professional sports league in the United
States and has achieved greater initial success than the World Wrestling
Federation (WWF) and Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
2010, the LFL continued to thrive by signing a national television deal
with MTV Networks, drawing sell-out crowds and adding five expansion
markets for the 2011 season. Lingerie Bowl IX garnered record-high
ratings for the network and was viewed by millions of fans throughout
2011, the LFL announced the creation of LFL Canada, set to debut in
Fall 2012 as well as plans for future expansion into Australia (2013)
and Europe (2014).