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Louisiana Jazz (American football)


Louisiana Jazz (American football)

Louisiana Jazz (American football)
Founded 2002
League Women's Football Alliance
Team history New Orleans Spice
(2002-2003) (NWFA)
New Orleans Blaze
(2004-2011) (WFA)
New Orleans Mojo
(2012-2013) (WFA)
Louisiana Jazz
(2014) (WFA)
Based in Kenner, Louisiana
Stadium St. Martin's Episcopal School
Colors Purple, Black
Owner(s) Darin Burns
Division titles 0

The Louisiana Jazz was a women's American football team in the Women's Football Alliance.[1] They played their home games at St. Martin's Episcopal School.


  • History 1
    • New Orleans Spice 1.1
    • New Orleans Blaze 1.2
    • New Orleans Mojo 1.3
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


New Orleans Spice

The New Orleans Spice women's football team was established in 2002 and played through the 2003 season in the National Women's Football Association.[2] The team played at Tad Gormley Stadium and Pan American Stadium.

New Orleans Blaze

From 2004-2011, the team competed as the New Orleans Blaze in both the National Women's Football Association and Women's Football Alliance.[3] The team played at Tad Gormley Stadium and Pan American Stadium.

New Orleans Mojo

From 2012-2013, the team began competing as the New Orleans Mojo in the Women's Football Alliance.

See also


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External links

  • Louisiana Jazz official website
  • WFA official website
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