Women’s Legends Football League title game to be played in Kent

Legends Cup set for Sept. 7

  • Monday, August 5, 2019 5:17pm
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Seattle Mist quarterback JJ Matheny. Courtesy Photo, Mist

Seattle Mist quarterback JJ Matheny. Courtesy Photo, Mist

The top women’s teams in the Legends Football League will play in the Legends Cup title game at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 7, at the accesso ShoWare Center in Kent.

The Seattle Mist, who play their home games at the ShoWare Center, are 3-1 this season and need to win the Western Conference Championship on Aug. 24 at the Toyota Arena in Ontario, Calif., to advance to the Legends Cup. The winner of the Western Conference title game will play the winner of the Eastern Conference championship game in the Legends Cup.

Tickets are $65 for field, $45 for lower sideline, $35 for lower end zone, $30 for party zone, $25 for sideline and $15 for upper end zone. Get tickets at accessoshowarecenter.com. The party zone is general admission, standing-room only in the north end zone with access to a private beer garden.

The league began at the Lingerie Football League.


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