Manchester Freedom


Manchester Freedom
Manchester Freedom
Founded 2001
League Independent Women's Football League
Team history New Hampshire Freedom (2001-2004)
Manchester Freedom (2005-present)
Stadium West Memorial Field
Based in Manchester, New Hampshire
Team colors green, gold, black
Owner Ray Simoneau
Head coach David Sarvis
Championships 0
Division titles 1 (2007)

The Manchester Freedom is a football team in the Independent Women's Football League based in Manchester, New Hampshire. Home games are played at West Memorial Field on the campus of Manchester High School West.

Contents

Season-by-season

Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
New Hampshire Freedom (IWFL)
2001 Results Unknown
2002 2 6 0 6th East Division --
2003 3 5 0 3rd East North Atlantic --
2004 4 3 1 3rd East Mid-Atlantic --
Manchester Freedom (IWFL)
2005 3 7 0 4th East Mid-Atlantic --
2006 3 4 0 2nd East North Atlantic --
2007 6 2 0 1st East Northeast Lost Eastern Conference Qualifier (New York)
2008 4 4 0 3rd Tier II North Atlantic --
2009 4 5 0 8th Tier II Lost Tier II Quarterfinal (Montreal)
2010 0 3 0 5th Tier II East Northeast
2011 4 4 0 3rd East North Atlantic
Totals 33 45 1 (including playoffs)

* = Current Standing

Season schedules

2009

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 11 Connecticut Crushers Away Won 27-15
April 18 Boston Militia Away Lost 0-42
April 25 Central PA Vipers Home Won 47-0
May 2 New England Intensity Away Lost 0-13
May 9 New England Intensity Home Lost 8-20
May 16 Southern Maine Rebels Away Won 13-8
May 30 Erie Illusion Home Lost 13-20
June 13 Southern Maine Rebels Away Won 19-6
June 27 Montreal Blitz (Tier II Quarterfinal) Away Lost 0-68

2010

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 3 Jersey Justice Away Lost 0-32
April 10 New England Intensity Away Lost 6-25
April 17 Montreal Blitz Away Lost 14-41
May 1 Holyoke Hurricanes Home won 2-0
May 8 New England Intensity Home Lost 0-20
May 15 Southern Maine Rebels Home won 21-0
May 22 Connecticut Crushers Away Lost 0-46
June 5 New York Nemesis Home Lost 0-38

2011

Date Opponent Home/Away Result
April 9 Montreal Blitz Away Lost 12-6
April 16 Jersey Justice Home Won 8-0
April 30 New England Intensity Away Lost 27-7
May 7 Montreal Blitz Home Lost 25-13
May 14 Southern Maine Rebels Home Won 40-8
May 21 New England Intensity Home Lost 7-0
June 4 Southern Maine Rebels Away Won 37-0
June 11 Philadelphia Firebirds Home Won 26-0

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