Angel City FC announced its first non-fungible token (NFT) — and the first by an NWSL team — on Monday. The NFT gives fans an opportunity to be a part of the club’s history and identity.

The NFT’s image will be in the form of the Angel City Crest, which has yet to be revealed.

Along with the purchase, the buyer will receive an ACFC Membership, which includes special access and discounts, member-only events, early access to content and promotions as well as a limited-editions inaugural ACFC Crest scarf.

Committed to carbon neutrality, Angel City is offsetting the carbon emissions normally tied to NFTs by donating 1 percent of proceeds from any resales to Offsetra. They will also be regularly reevaluating their carbon footprint connected to blockchain projects and actively exploring Layer 2 solutions.

Renee Montgomery is getting in on the NFT game.

The co-owner and vice president of the Atlanta Dream and two-time WNBA champion is dropping her “Starting 5” non-fungible token collection on May 21.

Designed by HEARTLENT Group, the collection reflects Montgomery’s “Moments Equal Momentum” philosophy. Each card showcases a different moment in her basketball career, including the WNBA-record seven 3-pointers she made in one game, her celebrated opt-out tweet and her six championship rings spanning college and the pros.

Montgomery is not the first women’s athlete to get involved with NFTs, which essentially are digital trading cards that enable the owner to unlock additional perks.

Back in April, USWNT stars Megan Rapinoe, Christen Press and Tobin Heath launched their own NFT cards. Sue Bird, Charli Collier and Aari McDonald became some of the first WNBA players to join in the venture.

Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe are entering the wide world of NFTs.

Per Sportico, the duo will be joined by other top female athletes, including No. 1 WNBA draft pick Charli Collier and No. 3 pick Aari McDonald, all of whom are represented by Wasserman sports agency.

The series of one-of-a-kind digital trading cards will be designed in collaboration with Los Angeles- based artist Lauren Nipper and released to the public on May 10.

Rapinoe tells Sportico that the project is an opportunity for female athletes to exercise “true ownership” and “authentic creativity.”

Rapinoe and co. are not alone. USWNT teammates Christen Press and Tobin Heath jumped on the NFT game early, releasing their own digitized tokens through re–inc earlier this month.

This latest group of athlete NFTs will be sold as individual digital collectibles, available for purchase online next month.

Other athletes involved in the series include Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad, skateboarder Mariah Duran and Paralympian Scout Bassett, with additional female athletes to be announced prior to the May release.

Christen Press is in the NFT game. 

The USWNT and Manchester United forward dropped her first NFT card this afternoon on Twitter.

Non-fungible tokens are (in essence) digital trading cards that enable the initial owner to unlock additional perks. They’ve taken off in the sports world as the NBA’s success with NBA Top Shot has inspired others to get in on the action. 

The initial owner of Press’ card will get a personalized cameo video from Press as well as re-inc Reset the Table cards signed by Press, Tobin Heath, Meghan Klingenber and Megan Rapinoe.

The card is part of the Gamer NFT collection, a set of cards founded by Tobin Heath that “commemorate the fight for gender and racial equity in sports and beyond.” Additionally, 7% of proceeds from the cards will go to Black Girls Code, a non-profit organization that helps provide technology education for Black girls across the country.

Other NFTs include Meghan Klingenberg, Tobin Heath and Ada, the virtual mascot for the collection. The cards are the first NFTs done by female Olympic athletes.