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2021 WFA National Championship (FTF Next)

July 24, 2021 — Minnesota Vixen (8-0) vs. Boston Renegades (7-0) at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio for the 2021 WFA National Championship. The game was televised nationally on FTF and Next Level Sports (NXT).

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Robert Kraft surprises Boston Renegades with a trip on AirKraft to their third-straight national championship game (Patriots.com)
"This year, we couldn't even afford to get a bus," Goodwin said. "I can't even express how cool this will be."
Boston Renegades dedicated to winning a third straight championship (Boston Globe)
Wide receiver Lauren Yung is interviewed by Tara Sullivan for her column in the Boston Globe.
‘This team is doing all the right things’: Boston Renegades hoping to defend national title (WHDH TV)
Caroline Goggin reports for WHDH 7 News on the Boston Renegades' journey to defend its WFA title.
Mission Threepeat
While Minnesota seeks an elusive first title, Boston could make history by winning their third national championship in a row.
Boston Renegades, Minnesota Vixen to face off in Women’s Football Alliance championship game (ESPN)
Q&A with the Minnesota Vixen's owner Laura Brown and Head Coach Ryan McCauley in advance of the 2021 WFA National Championship Gam
Photos: Robert Kraft sends Boston Renegades off to Championship in Canton, Ohio (Patriots.com)
Photos by Eric J. Adler: Robert Kraft sends the Boston Renegades off to Canton, Ohio in style via the Patriots team plane.
Allison Cahill doing her best Brady impression as Boston looks for three-peat (New England Football Journal)
Cahill was named the Women’s Football Alliance National Football Conference Most Valuable Player for the fourth time. Since starting her football career in 2003, Cahill has been about as close to Tom Brady as you can get on the field.
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