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Renegades Semi-Pro Football Looking to Fill Roster

July 11, 2011

With the start of the 2011 season in just 3 weeks, the Milwaukee County Renegades semi-pro football team is still looking for players to fill out their roster. The Renegades are members of Wisconsin's only fall-based semi-pro football league, the Wisconsin State Football League (WSFL).


The WSFL is a full contact, 11 on 11 football league that plays by NFL rules. The Milwaukee County Renegades are the only team to represent Milwaukee and its surrounding counties in a fall league.


All roster positions are still open and new players are still able to compete for a starting position. However, players will need to attend every practice to do so. The biggest needs are currently on the offensive line, but the Renegades will accept players at any position. The current cost to play is $100 plus players will need to supply all of their own equipment. However, the fee will go up to $150 by June 16th.


To help offset the cost of the player's fee and equipment purchase, the Renegades are offering to waive player fees to anyone that brings in a sponsor of $500. For every dollar after, the player will receive 10%.


The Milwaukee County Renegades are a non-profit organization run by 100% volunteers and are currently in the process of officially filing with the IRS for their tax-exempt, 501(c)3, status. If any business is interested in sponsoring the Renegades, the team offers several sponsorship packages to meet any business' budget.


For more information on how you can join the team or if you are interested in supporting the team financially, please visit


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