MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — As some continue to argue the merits of outdoor football in Minnesota, there must at least a few women who might be glad the sport remains indoors.
That’s because the Lingerie Football League is set to expand into the Twin Cities this fall.
The LFL announced the 11th franchise was granted to Minneapolis, and the full-contact action will soon be coming to the Target Center.
The sport has made a name for itself by showing scantily clad women in pads playing no-holds barred football.
Among the other cities being included in the expansion are Cleveland, Las Vegas and, yes, Green Bay.
The Minnesota team, whatever it ends up being named (the comments section below is open to suggestions), will compete in the league’s Western Conference against the Seattle Mist, Los Angeles Temptation, Green Bay Chill and Chicago Bliss.
There will be an announcement about open tryouts sometime in the near future, so get your shoulder pads ready.