LINGERIE football was born in the United States back in 2003 as an alternative Super Bowl half time show, aptly named Lingerie Bowl. The game is a seven-on-seven tackle American football league that has grown in popularity since its inception. Playing style is full-contact and similar to other indoor football leagues, only the players are scantily clad in just the bare minimum of gear and clothing. The uniform consists of shoulder pads, elbow pads, knee pads, performance wear and ice hockey-style helmets. Prior to the 2013 season, players wore garters, bras and panties. There are no field goals and no punts. A team must attempt to get a first down on every fourth down. After a touchdown, a team can attempt a one point conversion from the one-yard line, or a two-point conversion from the three-yard line. In 2012 Australia hosted two games of the All-Fantasy Tour and captured the attention of the nation. LFL Australia is set to debut in December, with four teams expected to play, the New South Wales Surge, Queensland Brigade, Victoria Maidens and the Western Australian Angels.