The 2015 Boston Renegades
The Boston Renegades are a full contact, semi-professional women’s football team. We are proud to be a part of the Women’s Football Alliance (WFA), the top league for women’s football in the United States and the world.
Boston got its first women’s tackle football team in 2000 with the inception of the New England Storm. A number of talented teams followed, but the strongest was formed in 2007 when two of the teams, the Boston Rampage and Massachusetts Mutiny, combined to form the Boston Militia. The Militia played their inaugural season in 2008 and went on to be one of the most successful women’s football programs in the country, winning three national championships in a five-year span.
In January of 2015, the Boston Militia retired its brand and transferred ownership of the team. A dedicated group of former players created Boston Women’s Football LLC and kept the team alive as the Boston Renegades. Since then, the Renegades have garnered two national championship berths and one national title. Our continuing mission is to expand the visibility and influence of women’s football, and to bring another championship home to Boston.