MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) – The Minnesota Vixens head into the Women’s Football Alliance PRO National Championship game in Canton Ohio. They will face the Boston Renegades for the second year in a row.
The Vixens aren’t just looking for revenge against the Renegades who defeated them for the title, they’re looking to make franchise history with their first-ever National Championship victory.
It’s called a PRO level game – but the women don’t get paid – in fact, they pay dues to play. So the women are determined and dedicated, putting their own money on the line to play the game they love.
Not only do the Vixens head to Canton hungry for victory, but they arrive with experience and momentum after beating Cali War on Saturday at Kulhman Field in Edina to claim their second straight American Conference championship.
The National Championship will be televised for the first time in league history on ESPN2 on Sunday, July 10 at 1 p.m. FOX 9’s Dawn Mitchell has the story.