El Paso women’s tackle football team takes field on Saturday

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Logo of the Sun City Stealth women's football team

Courtesy of the Sun City Stealth

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – A new women’s tackle football team plays their first game on Saturday at Franklin High School.

The Sun City Stealth will play a national champion in its inaugural matchup at the West Side high school at 6:30 p.m. The team is part of the Women’s Football Alliance, a professional national league with 66 teams.

El Paso’s team will have a six-game regular season as they try to earn a spot in the playoffs in the league. A division championship will be held in Ohio in July.

To learn more and get tickets contact info@suncitystealth.com.

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