Los Angeles Temptation
|Based in||Ontario, California, United States|
|Home field||Citizens Business Bank Arena|
|Head coach||David Bizub|
|Owner(s)||Lingerie Football League, LLC|
|League||Legends Football League|
Silver, Black, and White
|Lingerie Bowl wins||
Lingerie Bowl Champions (5)
2004, 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012
Los Angeles Temptation (formerly known as Team Dream) was one of two teams that established the Lingerie Football League in 2003. The old narme Team Dream was used at Lingerie Bowl I, broadcast during Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004. They beat Team Euphoria with a score of 6-0. In the following year the team was renamed Los Angeles Temptation and the LFL was expanded by two more teams (Dallas Desire and Chicago Bliss). After defeating Dallas Desire in the Western Final (one of the Semi-Finals which included a Skill Test, a 3-on-2 match and a dance competition) with a score of 68-36 they met again with Team Euphoria (now named New York Euphoria) at the final of Lingerie Bowl II and won again. In 2006 they defeated Dallas Desire again in the Semi-Final but lost against New York Euphoria which won Lingerie Bowl III with a winning margin of only one point (obtained through a conversion) with a total score of 13-12.
- 2004 1
- 2005 2
- 2006 3
- 2009-2010 season 4
- 2010–11 LFL season 5
- 2011–12 LFL season 6
- 2013 LFL US season 7
- References 8
- External links 9
|-||Eric Dickerson (head coach)||Sealy, Texas|
|0||Jennifer Birmingham||Benton, Louisiana|
|1||Nicole Silva||Seattle, Washington|
|2||Maile Moore||Park City, Utah|
|3||Jamie Eifert||Lansing, Michigan|
|4||Hayden Kristianson||Chewelah, Washington|
|5||Nikki Ziering (team captain)||Norwalk, California|
|6||Kim Kindrick||Seattle, Washington|
|8||Christa Campbell||Rohnert Park, California|
|9||Jennifer Jansen||Los Angeles, California|
|10||Gwendolyn Osbourne||Bath, England|
|11||Tiffany Haugen||Santa Barbara, California|
|13||Debra Lee Stone||San Diego, California|
|14||Frida Silva||Helsingborg, Sweden|
|-||? (head coach)||?||X|
|0||Jaimarie Bjorge||San Luis Obispo, California||X|
|5||Jerilee Woodford||Harbour Main, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada||X|
|8||Tamara Witmer (team captain)||Woodland Hills, California||X|
|9||Lauren Bergfeld||Conroe, Texas||-|
|12||Elisabeth Rouffaer||Santa Cruz, California||X|
|* X = participation in Semi-Final|
|-||Jim McMahon (head coach)||Jersey City, New Jersey|
|0||Hillary Millard||Long Beach, California|
|1||Lauren Bergfeld||Conroe, Texas|
|2||Krisi Ballentine||Monticello, Arkansas|
|3||Leslie Gomez||Bellflower, California|
|4||Elisabeth Rouffaer||Santa Cruz, California|
|5||Seanna Mitchell||Pasadena, California|
|6||Katie Lohmann (quarterback)||Scottsdale, Arizona|
|7||Cora Skinner||Creston, California|
|8||Katherine Thom||southern California|
|9||Michelle Harding||Toronto, Canada|
|10||Lotti Bluemner||Brookfield, Wisconsin|
|11||Jerilee Woodford||Harbour Main, Newfoundland, Canada|
|12||Monica Corbett||Los Angeles, California|
Lingerie Bowl VII featured the winners of the LFL's Western and Eastern Conference in a game played on February 6, 2010, at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida. The game was intended to be webcast opposite Super Bowl XLIV's halftime show in Miami, Florida, on February 7, 2010. The Western Conference Los Angeles Temptation defeated the Eastern Conference Chicago Bliss by the score of 27-14.
2010–11 LFL season
2011–12 LFL season
2013 LFL US season
- "Lingerie Bowl Full of ... Surprises".
- John Gonzalez (2004-06-03). "First-String Divas".
- "Lingerie Football League Season Finale Set to Take Place at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum" (Press release). PRNewswire. January 25, 2010.
- Wright, Todd (January 4, 2010). "Hard Rock to Host Lingerie Bowl VII". NBC Miami. Retrieved February 23, 2010.
- Geist, Bill (February 7, 2010). "Lacing Up for the Lingerie Bowl; Bill Geist Learns LFL Players Really Love Football, and Don't Mind Playing in Their Underwear". CBS Sunday Morning. Retrieved February 23, 2010.
- Perlas, Eddie (February 8, 2010). "Chicago Bliss Fall in Lingerie Bowl". NBC Chicago. Retrieved February 23, 2010.