Catherine Masters, a Nashville entrepreneur, founded the National Women’s Football Association, the world’s largest league for full-contact women’s football. From two teams the first season in 2002, the Nashville Dreams and the Alabama Renegades, the league has grown to 30 teams. About 5,300 fans attended the 2002 SupHer Bowl.
Catherine Masters Founded National Women’s Football Association
TriviaBy American Profile on June 22, 2003
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