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The Women's National Football Conference (WNFC) welcomed a new group, led by brother and sister duo; former WNFC superstar WR Kesha Smith and current NFL superstar WR Deandre Hopkins. The ownership group is anchored by WNFC rockstar veterans Kyhle Jamerson and Teryni Dash.
“It is such a great honor and privilege to have the opportunity to join the WNFC and give women’s football in Houston a fresh start! We are excited about what the future holds for this new team. With collective efforts, we truly have the vision, drive, will, and desire it takes to build an amazing franchise and new home for the great athletes in the WNFC! There is no time like the present!” - Houston Mambas ownership group
The group represents a growing trend of professional male and female athletes coming together to move sports forward and a drive towards ownership for professional athletes of color.
"This is an unprecedented time for women and girls in sports, and this is a monumental moment for the progression of women's football. This ownership group signals so much for the WNFC. I am proud to see a group of black entrepreneurs/leaders get the chance to make their mark on such an important sports market. Houston Texas is a hub for professional sports teams, and I am honored that the group is committed to delivering another powerhouse WNFC franchise. The future for women and girls in sports, in Houston just got brighter" - Odessa Jenkins, CEO of the WNFC
The start-up sports league has made a concerted effort to attract owners, investors, and partners from diverse backgrounds, and the Houston Mambas are fostering this culture in the historic city of Houston, TX. Equity and inclusion are core roots of the WNFC and its teams.
18+ Women only.
No football experience necessary.
Prior organized sport experience preferred.
Finish 2022 with your current team, play for Houston's newest powerhouse in 2023
We are currently recruiting for all positions to compete in the WNFC 2023 season.
Prior college or pro playing experience required
Prior coaching experience preferred.
Female coaches are encouraged in inquire.
We are currently recruiting coaches, assistant coaches, and coordinators for all positions.