A different kind of “Friday Night Lights” will take center stage this Friday at the historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum as Lingerie Football League (or “LFL”) and Los Angeles Temptation officials announced today the LFL’s season finale will be played at the famed football stadium.
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum has been home to the first-ever Super Bowl, Olympics, Los Angeles Raiders, Los Angeles Rams and now Los Angeles’ newest pro football team, the Los Angeles Temptation. The LFL season finale will include a Southern California rivalry game with Playoff implications as the San Diego Seduction visit the Los Angeles Temptation.
The Temptation will need a win for an opportunity to advance to Miami, Florida next week for the LFL Conference Playoffs and possibly Lingerie Bowl VII set to air Super Bowl Sunday opposite Super Bowl XLIV halftime’s show.
The inaugural season of the LFL has been incredibly successful with nearly 30% higher than projected attendance, record TV ratings, record internet traffic and 2010 expansion markets. The LFL features 10 franchise teams which include the Seattle Mist, Los Angeles Temptation, San Diego Seduction, Dallas Desire, Denver Dream, Chicago Bliss, New York Majesty, Philadelphia Passion, Tampa Breeze and Miami Caliente. LFL games include 7-on-7 full-contact tackle football played by some of America’s most beautiful and athletic women.
The Chicago Bliss and Miami Caliente of the Eastern Conference have already secured Playoff berths as has the Dallas Desire in the Western Conference. The final seed in the Western Conference has come down between the Seattle Mist and the Los Angeles Temptation.