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October 5, 2002
     Women's Football Association logo
   
The Women's Football Association begins play in eight cities.

The WFA is a re-organization of the Women's American Football League that played last year and folded after the season completed.

The Alabama Slammers were members of the original WAFL and played some of their home games in Birmingham.

Due to league mismanagement, six of the teams decided to leave the WAFL and start their own league.

Two new teams, one being the Birmingham Steel Magnolias, were also added.

The WFA will play by National Football League rules.
 
2002-03
Women's Football Association
Central
Conference
Southern
Conference
  Birmingham Steel Magnolias      Carolina Crusaders
  Georgia Enforcers   Jacksonville Dixie Blues     
  Indianapolis Vipers   Orlando Fire
  New Orleans Voodoo Dolls   Tampa Bay Force
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Birmingham Steel Magnolias logo    Carolina Crusaders logo    Georgia Enforcers logo    Indianapolis Vipers logo   Jacksonville Dixie Blues logo
Birmingham Steel Magnolias   Carolina Crusaders   Georgia Enforcers   Indianapolis Vipers   Jacksonville Dixie Blues
                  
New Orleans Voodoo Dolls logo   Orlando Fire logo   Tampa Bay Force logo        
New Orleans Voodoo Dolls   Orlando Fire   Tampa Bay Force        
                 
Epilogue
The Women's Football Association folded before the 2003-04 season could begin. Primarily this was due to a few teams moving over to the Women's Professional Football League and a couple of teams folding.
 
 
 
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