Kent-based Seattle Mist reveals 2017 women’s football schedule

  • Tuesday, January 17, 2017 2:45pm
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The Seattle Mist will wear new bright green uniforms in 2017. Courtesy Photo/Seattle Mist

The Seattle Mist women’s football team will play home games on May 20 and July 15 at the ShoWare Center in Kent.

The Legends Football League released its schedule this week. Seattle is part of the league, formerly known as the Lingerie Football League. The games feature seven-on-seven playing tackle football. Seattle is one of the original teams of the LFL that started in 2009.

Tickets go on sale Tuesday, Jan. 24, at showarecenter.com.

Seattle Mist 2017 Schedule:

Friday, April 14: at Austin Acoustic (HEB Center, Austin, Texas)

Saturday, May 20: vs. Denver Dream (ShoWare Center.)

Saturday, July 1: at Denver Dream (Budweiser Events Center)

Saturday, July 15: vs. Austin Acoustic (ShoWare Center)

**Tickets go ON-SALE, Tuesday, January 24

For more information, go to lflus.com.

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