Ever wondered what it would be like to don a pair of shoulder pads and hit the field? Women’s Tackle Football is a growing sport in the United States and now’s your chance to be part of a great team. You’ll push yourself further than you thought possible, join a tight-knit community, and fall in love with the sport of football in a whole new way.
We are Seattle’s premier women’s tackle football team playing 11-on-11 full pad American Tackle football. With 19 seasons of play under our belt, we have consistently delivered excellent results for our fans.
We were established in 2002 as the Tacoma Majestics. The team went 24-2 in our first three years of existence, making it as far as the Western Conference Championship game in 2005. In 2006, the Tacoma Majestics merged with the Seattle Warbirds, moved the team to Seattle, and became the Seattle Majestics.
From 2006 to 2011 we held an impressive record of 49-15 including six division titles, one conference championship, and one national championship. In 2012, we acquired new owners whom established a new look that gave our organization alignment with other professional teams in the Greater Seattle area.
As of September 2014, we went through a structural change and officially became a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Under this new structure, we hope to establish a viable organization through the help of donors and sponsors alike. Being a 501(c)3 non-profit organization will allow us to better raise funds to attract the best talent women’s football has to offer.
We play in the Women's National Football Conference (WNFC) and are among the top teams in the nation. Our players are deeply committed to their sport with practices starting in January, regular season and post-season play running April through July.
As part of the Seattle Majestics organization, players not only spend countless hours in practice, games, and in studying film, they also donate time to their community. Our organization makes appearances at local schools and Boys & Girls Clubs to promote athletics for women and girls; donates time to organizations like the Special Olympics, Habitat for Humanity, and Make-A-Wish to name a few; and gives back in many other ways.