Labelle Community Football League – Semi Pro Football League Review
League Name: Labelle Community Football League
League Abbreviation: LCFL
Number of Years in Operation: 8
Competition Level: 9
States in League: California, Nevada
Number of Teams in League: 10
Number of Games Per Season: 15
Spring or Fall: Fall
Publicity Level: 6.5
Current League Champion: Inglewood Blackhawks
Contact Information: No known league contact information
Named after the famous singer Patti Labelle, supported and funded by former Baltimore Raven linebacker and future hall of fame inductee, Ray Lewis, is the Labelle Community Football League. Also known as the LCFL, the Labelle Community Football league is a semi pro football league made up of 10 teams from California and Nevada. The LCFL has 3 teams in the top 50 nationally ranked semi pro football teams, including the number one team in the nation and the current Labelle Community Football League Champs, the Inglewood Blackhawks. The Labelle Community Football League is made up of teams from California and Nevada, states in which historically is the home of some of the most talented football players in the nation. With access to some of the most talented football players in the nation, teams in the LCFL are filled with players that have experience playing for college football programs and some having played for professional football programs. This makes teams in the LCFL some of the most competitive teams in the nation.
The Labelle Community Football League does not have a well known website or other form of media in which is promotes its league, teams and players, so it is up to the individual teams within the league to promote themselves. Fortunately the teams within the league are well involved with their local communities and participate in many local community events, this leads to local media coverage and publicity for their individual team, unfortunately this form of publicity does not spread nation wide. With the high level of competition and home of the top nationally ranked semi pro football team in the nation, it’s a shame that the Labelle Community Football League does not promote its teams and players nationally, for this reason the LCFL gets a publicity rating of 6.5.