THINK TANK FC: EPLWA chooses flexibility in ever expanding NW adult men’s scene

Think Tank FC talks about running adult soccer clubs at the elite / semi-pro level in the state of Washington and the Northwest. David Falk is the Media Director for the Evergreen Premier League, Western Indoor Soccer League and Northwest Premier League. He founded soccer news website goalWA.net in 2011. by David Falk The Evergreen Premier League voted on December... Continue Reading →

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Northwest Soccer News goes online covering five states

Northwest Soccer News #NWSN NWSoccerNews.com went online this week as a response to requests from goalWA.net readers in neighboring states.  Now Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska will get the same kind of coverage and treatment Washington soccer folks get. It is going to take time, but we are dedicated to broadening our soccer readership to include... Continue Reading →

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Force breaks through; Hammers remain unbeaten

Western Indoor Soccer League

The pair of matches played on December 9  in the Western Indoor Soccer League produced 36 goals. When the turf had cooled off it was the Olympic Force and Bellingham United notching important victories.

24313151_1853532181343577_9065643518823237366_o Last week the Hammers came back in the 4th quarter to beat Tacoma. This week they did it again at Snohomish. (BUFC Facebook photo)

Bellingham United-9 Snohomish Skyhawks-5

WISL Logo - 600SNOHOMISH, WA—The Snohomish Skyhawks (2-2-0) hosted Bellingham United (3-0-0) at the Snohomish Soccer Dome with hopes of catching up to the 2-time Champs in the table. Last week the Skyhawks scored in the first 9 seconds. This time it all started off with another quick goal inside 10 seconds for Bellingham. The first half was pretty tight and both teams wasted no opportunities to shoot or stand in the way of a shot. The Skyhawks scored three in the first half: Tye Hastings, Devin Shull, and

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Wave wash over Stars in Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – Raphael Cox recorded a brace for Tacoma, but the Milwaukee Wave dominated possession and eventually wore down the Stars to take an 8-4 victory at UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena on Saturday night. Philip Lund scored his seventh goal of the season and the Stars led 4-3 midway through the third quarter before the... Continue Reading →

Where to watch MLS Cup

SEATTLE, WASH. - Sounders FC announced a list watch party locations and events centered around today's MLS Cup rematch with Toronto FC, while also releasing details for fans and media who wish to welcome the team back to Seattle upon its return. WHEN AND WHERE: Kickoff is at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT at BMO Field in Toronto,... Continue Reading →

Comets dash Stars in KC

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. – Jamael Cox scored twice, and Philip Lund collected his sixth goal of the season for the Tacoma Stars, but three early goals by the Kansas City Comets proved to be the difference in a 7-5 Stars loss at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena on Friday night. The Comets jumped out to a... Continue Reading →

STARS GETTING CLOSE | Tacoma Weekly

Every team, no matter the sport, has that one opponent that seems to give them the battle of the century every time they meet. Longstanding fans of the Tacoma Stars will know this team to be none other than the San Diego Sockers, the franchise with the most championships in their decades of indoor soccer.... Continue Reading →

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