LFL PREPARES TO BRING ON TEAM OWNERSHIP GROUPS IN 2018, GROWTH INTO 33 US MARKETS
(LOS ANGELES, CA – Wednesday, January 3) Legends Football League, LLC. (LFL) officials are set to announce as of January 2018, for the first-time in league history, the LFL will be taking on individual and/or group ownership of its existing and future teams.
“These past nine years have been spent tirelessly working to establish a brand and sport that was non-existent prior to 2009. In a very short period of time, in relation to brand evolution standards in sports, especially women’s sport, we have built a sport that has been played in nearly every major continent at major arenas and stadiums, broadcast to over 200+ television markets and drawn stadium crowds of over 22,000 spectators”, said Mitchell Mortaza, Managing Partner.
The LFL’s primary focus will be to build out its US league, however the LFL continues to develop strategy for the launch of LFL Canada, LFL Australia and LFL Europa.
In the States, the LFL has already secured ownership groups in Nashville and Houston and is in active talks as it relates to New York / New Jersey, Arizona, San Francisco, Washington DC / Northern Virginia, North Carolina, Kansas City and Philadelphia.
Mortaza added, “From our league office, in some instances we are thousands of miles away from our teams, thus we can only lend so much support. Bringing on in-market ownership groups, will provide daily and in-market support of each of our individual clubs, allowing our teams as well as the sport to reach new heights”.
The following thirty-three (33) markets will eventually make up LFL USA, projected by 2028.
Interested investor parties can contact LFL Investor Relations via email Investments@LFLUS.com