It's still pretty low because teams of women playing football is most common in women's only schools. However, flag football nationally is on the rise as is girls playing on boys high school teams with a 40% increase in participation (in flag and 11-player football) from 2002-2012 (according to the National Federation of State High School Associations) and NCAA women's sports participation in any sport is up 20% over that same period (according to the NCAA Sports Sponsorship and Participation Rates Report.) As far as I know there isn't an organization that tracks "pro" women's tackle football teams but as of 2012 there are about 120 teams nationally in 3 main leagues.
As players, zero.
35% of women attend the NFL audience
Women can play whatever sport they like. I am a women and I love playing football.
It means the percentage of people playing, that are using that player as a starter
It is a total misconception that playing football effect women rights. Rather, this would strengthen their physical and mental set up and assist them in the long run.
No, they don't ---- It depends on what sport they are playing. If they are playing cricket, football etc then they would find it dufficult playing without a ball
64%, 73% of men and 55% of women.
Yes highschool regulations do not have any rules against women playing football.
He is playing football where there is football.
There is no rule in professional football that precludes women from playing. However, no woman has made a NFF roster - yet.
The boys are playing football now.
There is a women's football league called the independent women's football league it consists of about 30 teams nationwide.
The Independent Women's Football League is the largest women's football league, with around 40 teams.
There is a professional womens league currently playing in the US called the IWFL. Also no major professional leagues have rules against women playing, but no women have ever played for any of them.