Their current sports kits leave little to the imagination, but now the ladies of the Lingerie Football League are taking it all off – for a good cause.
Members of the Toronto Triumph LFL team have decided to lend their well-toned, naked bodies to PETA promote their 'Tackling cruelty: Bench fur' campaign.
In the new campaign the girls are nude apart from some strategically placed helmets, footballs and a couple of shoulders pads, while four of the beautiful players go bare in the background.
Another photo shows the players in their skimpy uniforms and is sure to gain the charity, which battles for Animal Rights, a lot of publicity.
The aim of the campaign is to encourage people not to buy Christmas gifts that involve fur, with one of the girls saying on a promotional video:
"When you wear that fur jacket you don't ever really think about, "What happened to this animal for me to be putting this on?"
But the video accompanying the campaign is not as easy on the eyes as the girls.
It shows rabbits being electrocuted and circus elephants being whipped.
While a PETA Campaigner declared that wearing fur is a 'personal foul.'