Women's Football League Association looks for players in Las Vegas

Posted at 9:27 AM, Oct 21, 2019

The Women's Football League Association held a combine Saturday at the Las Vegas Sports Park.

Dozens of female footballers showed up to show off their skills, running routes and doing drills on the field.

They are hoping to earn a spot on one of the teams in the new professional football league that is promising fair pay when they start playing next year.

Before the event, the City of Las Vegas recognized the hard work that went into starting the league.