Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Valkyries 2015 Season

The 2015 WWCFL season is upon us and the Valkyries now have a schedule. Come join us at our new home venue, Saskatoon Minor Football Field (formerly Gordie Howe Bowl) for our season opener on Sunday, May 10 at 1 p.m. when we take on the Winnipeg Nomad Wolfpack, and follow that up with a night game against our provincial rivals the Regina Riot on Saturday, May 30 at 7 p.m.

We will make sure to update you on the specific times for all of our away games and playoff games once that has been sorted out. Stay tuned!

Thursday, 5 March 2015

Valkyries Practices

Practices for the Valkyries 2015 WWCFL season are underway, but it's still not too late for you to join. For more information, please email

Sunday, 31 August 2014

2014 Valkyries Fall Camp

The Valkyries will be hosting a women's tackle football camp on Sunday, September 7 at Saskatoon Minor Football Field at Gordie Howe Park. The cost is $35 which includes a free shirt. There will also be a free Football 101 course for women who want to learn the basics of Canadian football. For more information or to register, please email

Friday, 18 July 2014

WWCFL Championship Gear

If you weren't at the WWCFL Championship-Bridge City Battle in Saskatoon on July 5, or even if you were, now's your chance to pick up some sweet gear. 
We've got some leftover bags from the championship and they could be yours for only $5 (50% discount) or 5 bags for $20!!!

If you would like to purchase a bag please contact 
Jaime Lammerding at

Wednesday, 9 July 2014

2014 WWCFL Champions

On Saturday, July 5, the Saskatoon Valkyries became the four-time Western Women's Canadian Football League Champions, defeating the Lethbridge Steel 53-0 
at Griffiths Stadium.

Thanks to all the fans who came out to the game to cheer us on and to those volunteers, supporters and fans who helped make
 it all possible.


Valkyries in the news

Saskatoon quarterback retires after Valkyries win fourth women's football title
by Morgan Modjeski, Metro Saskatoon    July 7, 2014

The Saskatoon Valkyries have won their fourth straight Western Women’s Canadian Football League championship — but for veteran quarterback Candace Bloomquist, the victory is bittersweet.
Bloomquist, who completed 21 of 30 passes in Saturday’s title game — a 53-0 romp over the Lethbridge Steel — at Saskatoon’s Griffiths Stadium, told reporters after the match that she’s hanging up her helmet and cleats.
“It’s just time,” Bloomquist, 35, told Metro of her retirement from football, as the rest of the Valkyries celebrated with the championship trophy to cap off their undefeated seasonRead more...

Valkyries in the news

Valkyries end perfect season on perfect note