BELLINGHAM, WA— The Western Indoor Soccer League (WISL), a statewide league featuring elite adult men in arena soccer action on hometown teams, officially begins pre-season this Saturday October 31 at the Bellingham Sportsplex with the second annual Northwest Indoor Soccer Invitational. Six WISL sides will battle in the tournament which kicks off at Noon.
The Western Indoor Soccer League (WISL) is preparing for its second season and clubs are holding tryouts and starting training. The season will start in late November.
In Olympia, the Oly Town Artesians have posted this gallery from tryouts.
In Bremerton the Olympic Force are training for their first season in the WISL and second indoor season overall. The league Facebook page posted this gallery.
In Bellingham the Hammers of BUFC played a scrimmage over the weekend.
Hammers supporters are gearing up with these new BUFC Black & White Army T-shirts.
In Snohomish, they don’t need lights to practice some fast indoor Futbol Rapido.
Zach Morris was at the Vancouver Victory FC open tryouts.
The Tacoma Stars are getting ready for their professional MASL season. Players who will likely play in the WISL as the Tacoma Stars Reserves were part of a recent scrimmage. See the gallery here.
TACOMA, WA — The Western Indoor Soccer League (WISL) has released its 2015-16 season schedule of matches as Futbol Rapido once again takes over Washington this winter. The season features 35 intense indoor matches played by 7 clubs from November 21st through February 13th. Each WISL club will play 10 matches, 5 home and 5 away. Each week one WISL club will have a bye (off week) due to the odd number of clubs in the competition.
The WISL will decide its next champion with two weekends of action after the regular season. On Saturday February 20th the #1 seed in the final regular season standings will host the #4 seed, and #2 will host #3. The semifinal winners will advance to the WISL Final on Saturday February 27th at the home of the highest remaining seed.
The season kicks off on Saturday November 21 as Sporting Everett, Olympic Force and Bellingham United host home matches. Vancouver Victory host their home opener on December 5th, as do the defending WISL Champion Tacoma Stars Reserves. The Snohomish Skyhawks host their home opener on December 12. Oly Town Artesians fans will have to wait until December 19 to see their club play their first-ever WISL match at the Evergreen State Pavillion.
Go to the SCHEDULE PAGE to see all 35 matches. Kickoff times will be added to the schedule as they are confirmed. All information is subject to change.