Transcript for Meet the 'Fab Four of Football': New film pulls back the curtain on iconic female NFL team owners
Now to a new ESPN documentary taking a closer look at some of your favorite NFL teams and something you may not know, the driving forces behind four of the top franchises are women. Michael has more on the trail blazers. They're known as the fab four of football and now the new film "Lifetime of Sundays," ESPN and NFL films pull back the curtain on these iconic female team owners revealing the untold story of how they've shaped the game for nearly a century. As a daughter of George hall last, one of football's founding father, 96-year-old Virginia hals Mccaskey had a front row seat to some of the most historic moments. I can walk into Halas hall and look at our hall-of-famers and say I knew all of them. Reporter: She still attends every single bears game to keep her father's legacy alive. Motor city royalty Martha Ford is a 93-year-old powerhouse on the Detroit lions' sidelines. We have meetings two or thee times a week during the season. We're at training camp together so we can talk about players that we see. Reporter: The steelers are the beating heart of Pittsburgh. Thanks in part to 86-year-old Patricia Rooney whose family led the team to four super bowl victories in the 1970s, amidst the growing crisis at home. Our steel industry was leaving and lots and lots of jobs and people spent their livelihood there. I think that sparked some kind of we're in this together feeling between the people and the team itself and they sort of adopted and merged their Reporter: When it comes to record hielders, not much beats 81-year-old Norma hunt of the Kansas City chiefs who is the only female and just one of seven people to attend all 53 super bowls. I consider it a great privilege that I have enjoyed every single one of them so much. Hello. Reporter: Although divided on Sundays -- Wish you well today but not too well. Reporter: These four living NFL legends stand united in their love of football. My best memory hasn't come yet. I want to get the Lombardi trophy. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Michael Strahan, ABC news, Los Angeles. Thanks, Michael, for that. You can see "Lifetime of Sundays" this Sunday at 1:00
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