Renegades receive video message from Elizabeth Warren
BOSTON — The Boston Renegades women’s football team shared on social media a personal and inspiring video message they received from U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren. The message had been delivered privately to the team’s staff and players earlier that morning, accompanying a letter from Renegades executives Molly Goodwin and Michelle McDonough addressing the cancellation of the team’s 2020 season.
The Boston Renegades are reigning back-to-back National Champions of the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA), whose season was cancelled due to health and safety concerns regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Warren represents the state of Massachusetts in the U.S. Senate and recently withdrew her bid to become the Democratic presidential nominee.
About Boston Renegades
The Boston Renegades are the premier women’s tackle football team in New England and the defending Division 1 Champions of the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA). Bringing together players from many former area teams, including the Boston Militia, New England Intensity, Bay State Warriors, Boston Rampage, and Massachusetts Mutiny, the Renegades are continuing the rich history of women’s football in Boston, which includes five national titles. The Boston Renegades are currently owned by former player Molly Goodwin. The Renegades play at Harry della Russo Stadium in Revere, Mass.
About the Women’s Football Alliance
The Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) is a full-contact Women’s American football league that began play in 2009. The league is comprised of over 60 teams across three divisions and in 32 states. As the largest women’s football league in the world, the WFA’s mission is to grow the sport and highlight the best women’s football players. Headquartered in Exeter, California, the league is currently owned and operated by Lisa and Jeff King.