The Boston Renegade seek their fourth consecutive title berth when they play the Tampa Bay Inferno this Saturday July 10 in Revere.
Boston Renegades wide receiver Adrienne Smith has joined the American Flag Football League (AFFL) to head up a new Women’s Division.
The Boston Renegades begin their road toward a historic third championship in 2021. Their season kicks off at home on May 8.
Women’s Football Alliance inks multi-year deal to play league championships at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio.
The documentary about the Boston Renegades has garnered national media attention and widespread critical acclaim since its debut on ESPN on July 1.
“Born to Play”, which covers Boston’s 2018 championship season will air on ESPN at 8:00 pm on Wednesday, July 1st.
The Boston Renegades received a personal and inspiring video message from U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren upon learning of the cancellation of the 2020 playing season
The health and safety of our team, fans, sponsors and community remain our top priority as we navigate the uncharted waters ahead.
The Boston Renegades begin their road toward a historic third championship in 2020. Their eight-game season kicks off on the road on April 11th.
The Boston Renegades are heading to the Women’s Football Alliance National Championship for the third consecutive season seeking back-to-back titles.
Nine players from the Boston Renegades have been recognized as All-Americans by the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA).
Many former players from the region’s women’s football teams of the past are expected to attend the first Boston Women’s Football Alumni Appreciation Day this Saturday 6/15/2019.
APRIL 5, 2019 – The Boston Renegades will begin the 2019 women’s tackle football season with a road game against the Tampa Bay Inferno. The two franchises have never met, making this an out-of-the-ordinary matchup.