The Lingerie Football League or LFL is a women’s American football league. The each team have 7 women that play football in a sexy and provocative outfits.
The concept originated from the Super Bowl halftime alternative television special called the Lingerie Bowl which draws millions of viewers as a pay-per-view event broadcast annually directly opposite the Super Bowl halftime show. The television show has become a staple of Super Bowl Sunday festivities for millions worldwide being broadcast in over 85 countries.
In 2009, the ten LFL inaugural season teams are scheduled to compete in a 20 week season with games at major arenas and stadiums. The weekly games are scheduled to be shot in 1080i high-definition and to broadcast on some NetworkTV affiliate stations, international stations, and on-line streaming.
Play style is full-contact and similar to other indoor football leagues. Uniforms consist of helmets, shoulder pads, elbow pads, knee pads, bras, and panties.
There are no field goals and no punts. There is a kickoff to start the game and second half. A team must attempt to get a first down on every fourth down. After a touchdown, a team can attempt a one-point conversion from the two yard line, or a two-point conversion from the five-yard line.
There are seven women on each side of the 50-yard field, the same as the Continental Indoor Football League, but one fewer than the eight players usually found in arena football or other indoor leagues. Teams consist of 18 players, only 12 of whom are active on game day. This means that there are usually 3 or 4 players who play both offense and defense.
The standard offensive formation features 1 quarterback, 2 running backs, 1 center, and 3 wide receivers. The standard defensive formation features 2 defensive linewomen, 2 linebackers, 2 cornerbacks, and 1 safety.
The field is 50-yard between end zones, 30 yards wide, and the end zones are 8 yards deep, roughly the same as other indoor leagues.
A game consists of two 17-minute halves, separated by a 15-minute halftime. In the event of a tie, an 8-minute sudden-death overtime is played.
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Fantasy Premier League fans are continuing to revel in Eden Hazard’s avalanche of points this season with another double-figure haul in GW8. The Chelsea superstar is an obvious transfer target for GW9 if you haven’t already stumped up the cash for him – but he’s not the only great option to select. Arsenal’s main men have clicked into gear and that looks set to continue, while Raheem Sterling has been immense throughout the opening stage of the season. Wolves continue to attract plaudits for their airtight defending, while Gylfi Sigurdsson’s wonder goal at the weekend has fired him into consideration. Express Sport has rounded up the best Fantasy Premier League transfers you can make ahead of Gameweek 9:GKP: Rui Patricio (Wolves) – £4.6m Wolves have been resilient at the back all season, and they’re up against Watford who have struggled after their bright start.DEF: Andrew Robertson (Liverpool) – £6.3m The Scottish left-back is the safest bet to start in defence for the Reds. Trent Alexander-Arnold was left out against Man City and Lovren is back in the mix, but Robertson’s position looks bulletproof.DEF: Matt Doherty (Wolves) – £4.7m There will be a mass scramble for Doherty this week after three 12+ point hauls from his last four games. Clean sheets and assists are pulling in the bonus points too.DEF: Benjamin Mendy (Man City) – £6.2m The Frenchman is back. His price has dropped by £0.3m over the course of his several weeks on the sidelines, so now is the time to pounce on him.MID: Raheem Sterling (Man City) – £11.1m The England winger is winning the battle of the attacking talents in City’s competitive squad. He has been electric in 2018/19.MID: Johann Berg Gudmundsson (Burnley) – £6.0m Sean Dyche’s men have recovered from their dismal start, with much of the praise going to the midfield provider who has set up five goals already this season.MID: Gylfi Sigurdsson (Everton) – £7.4m Solid mid-range midfielders are proving popular in FPL this season with James Maddison among the most sought-after stars, and Sigurdsson has moved into that category after two maximum bonus points performances.FWD: Callum Wilson (Bournemouth) – £6.3m Strike-partner Josh King may have recorded one more goal than him this season, but Wilson has a remarkable six assists while leading the line.FWD: Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal) – £9.6m The Gunners are enjoying a strong run, largely helped by the Lacazette-Aubameyang combination. Either player is worth a transfer, though Lacazette is comfortably cheaper.FWD: Glenn Murray (Brighton) – £6.5m If you’re looking for a budget differential option away from the Bournemouth strikers, Murray is your man. The only top half teams Brighton must face in the next eight weeks are Wolves and Leicester.
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