The Winnipeg Wolfpack joined the WWCFL in 2011 and has grown from a grassroots program to an elite, competitive force in women's tackle football. The Wolfpack is lead by experienced veteran athletes and an even more experienced coaching staff. 
Entering into our eighth season in spring 2018, the Wolfpack continues to teach the importance of taking pride in one's self, our team, and our community. the Wolfpack takes pride in partnering with non-profit community organizations and ensures that we give back to the community in which we live and play.
Our team is a non-profit organization built and funded by the hard work and determination of our players to grow the sport in our city, our province, and our country. We are not just athletes--we are students, mothers, business professionals, military members, nurses, and more. The Winnipeg Wolfpack supports diversity, inclusivity, and equality and truly believes that football is a sport for everyone.


Played in organized leagues in over 21 countries across the world, women's tackle football has exploded in popularity over the last decade.
The Western Women's Canadian Football League (WWCFL), formed in 2011, is the largest all-female, full-tackle league in Canada. Each of the Prairie provinces are represented in the league with four teams in Alberta, two in Saskatchewan, and two in Manitoba.
Many female athletes from the WWCFL, including several from the Winnipeg Wolfpack, have represented our country on Team Canada's roster winning silver medals at the IFAF Women's World Championships in 2010 (Sweden), 2013 (Finland), and in 2017 (Langley, BC).
For more information on the WWCFL, please visit their official website.
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