Lingerie Football League, a women's league football in which players play in their underwear. The gameplay is seven players per team, with full contact and is played the same day as the end of the NFL Super Bowl.
The idea first emerged in 2004 and originated from the Super Bowl halftime alternative television special called the Lingerie Bowl. During halftime of Super Bowl XXXVIII in the form of pay per view, a football game between two teams and 26 models, who played the match in their underwear was played.
The first winner of the Lingerie Bowl was the Los Angeles Dream, who won by 6-0 to New York Euphoria.
The league was founded by Mitchell S. "Mitch" Mortaza.