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The Chicago Blitz are ready to take the field and make their fans swoon as they play against some of the best teams from across the Legends Football League. The Blitz have a team swarming with talent, and you have the chance to see this ladies take to the field and make some amazing plays. The Blitz play in the Western Conference, where plenty of tough teams lurk on an annual basis. The team was able to finish first in the conference standings last season, as they did not lose a single game in the regular season. Their 5-0-1 record showed the dominance of the Blitz, and fans had a great time seeing their favorite LFL team showcase their skills. The Blitz took on the Los Angeles Temptation in the first round of the playoffs, and it was not the blowout that some expected.
Los Angeles hung in there for a while, but Chicago ultimately took home the win by a score of 19-12. The Conference Championship pitted the Blitz against the Seattle Mist in Ontario, CA, and this game saw the real potency of the Chicago offense. The Blitz notched 31 points in the contest to take down the Mist, who only managed to score 14 in the game. Chicago then advanced to the Legends Cup game, where they found themselves matched up against the Philadelphia Passion. This was a highly-touted matchup that occurred at Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, and the Blitz did not disappoint. They scored early and often on their way to a staggering 38 points in the game, defeating the Passion by a count of 38-14. It was a dominant season from the Blitz, and they are back in 2015 ready to make another run at the Legends Cup. You can be there to see them take on all of their toughest opponents, so don't hesitate to grab your tickets today.
Chicago will be taking on the Atlanta Steam this season for what promises to be a huge matchup. These two teams posted the best records in their respective conferences last season, and they are sure to be in the mix to do the same yet again in 2015. These two teams feature some of the best players in the LFL, and you can catch them up close and personal when you head out to the stadium this season. The Blitz will be taking on other top teams this season, so be sure to take a look at the full schedule.
Football fans in general are some of the most passionate sports fans around, but nothing quite matches the fanaticism surrounding Legends League Football and Chicago Blitz fans are consistently some of the most dedicated and vociferous fans in the entire LFL. On game day at Toyota Park, the fans file in and take their seats when the cheering and chanting begins. As the clock winds down closer and closer to the opening kickoff the crowd works itself into a frenzy. Finally both teams are ready for kick off and the excitement really begins.
Legends Football League was founded in 2003 as the Lingerie Football League but changed its name in 2013. The season runs in the spring and summer and the teams play in MLS, NFL, NHL, and NBA arenas. Currently there are six teams in the LFL. The Eastern Conference is made up of the Atlanta Steam, the Chicago Blitz, and the Omaha Heart, while the Western Conference consists of the Las Vegas Sin, the Los Angeles Temptation, and the Seattle Mist. The league traces its roots to what was once a halftime entertainment program during the Super Bowl but then became a full-fledged league. These days the LFL continues to grow in popularity with plans for expansion franchises in other cities.
Chicago Blitz Toyota Park
Toyota Park is a soccer stadium in Chicago, Illinois that serves as the home field for the LFL's Chicago Blitz as well as Major League Soccer's Chicago Fire. It opened in 2006 and holds 20,000 fans for soccer matches and 28,000 for concerts. In addition to Fire home games, Toyota Park hosts rugby matches, and international soccer games. Soccer fans yearning to catch some of the top soccer in the United States be sure to make your way to Toyota Park which has hosted countless big time soccer matches. There is always something exciting happening at Toyota Park all year long so even if soccer or LFL football isn't your thing there are a lot of other reasons to check out the Toyota Park.
While the Lingerie Bowl was still in existence the Chicago Blitz reached the Eastern Finals in consecutive years, in 2005 and 2006 but lost to the New York Euphoria both times and never reached the championship game.
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