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Women's gridiron football , more commonly known as women's American football , women's Canadian football , or simply women's football, is a form of gridiron football American or Canadian played by women. Most leagues play by the same rules as their male counterparts, with one exception: women's leagues use a slightly smaller football. Men primarily play on a semi-professional or amateur level in the United States. Very few high schools or colleges offer the sport solely for women and girls; however, on occasion, it is permissible for a female player to join an otherwise male team. The evidence of women playing organized football was in and in It was then that an NFL team called the Frankford Yellow Jackets the predecessors to the modern Philadelphia Eagles employed a women's team for halftime entertainment. The following is a list of notable female American football players who have either played for predominantly men's American football teams at the youth, high school, college , or semi-professional levels, played in the Legends Football League , or played in traditional women's tackle football leagues such as the Women's Football Alliance , Independent Women's Football League , and Women's Spring Football League.
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