Kitsap Pumas sign Edgar Duran, Jonathan Caparelli on loan from Real Monarchs

BREMERTON, WA--- (club release) As part of the club’s budding partnership with Real Monarchs SLC of the USL, the Kitsap Pumas have signed midfielder Edgar Duran and defender Jonathan Caparelli on loan for the duration of the 2016 PDL season, pending league approval. “We’re delighted to have two exciting young prospects join us for the... Continue Reading →


Reign FC pick up former Husky Perez in NWSL Distribution Draft

SEATTLE, WA--– (club release) The National Women’s Soccer League held its Distribution Draft this morning via teleconference with the member teams. Seattle Reign FC made the only two selections in the draft, acquiring the NWSL rights to defender Arianna Romero with the eighth pick in the first round and Midfielder Veronica Perez with the the... Continue Reading →

Federal Way FC adds to 2016 coaching staff

FWFC’s Coaching Staff FEDERAL WAY, WA--- (club release) FWFC Director of Coaching Fawzi Belal is excited to announce the hiring of two new USSDA coaches here at FWFC that will play key roles in our transition to meet US Soccer’s new initiatives. According to the new DOC at Federal Way, FWFC Members and the Federal... Continue Reading →

Sounders 2 drop second straight home match

SEATTLE, WA --- (club release) Sounders FC 2 fell by a score of 2-0 to Arizona United SC on Wednesday evening at Starfire Stadium. S2 couldn't overcome two early goals by the visitors, as the Rave Green fell to 0-2-0 to open the 2016 season. The five-match season-opening homestand continues on Sunday, April 3 against... Continue Reading →

Pumas sign All-PDL Defender Kalem Scott

BREMERTON, WA --- (club report)  The Kitsap Pumas have announced the signing of defender Kalem Scott. Scott, who most recently anchored the FC Tucson side that defeated Kitsap in the 2015 Western Conference semifinal, joins a Pumas defense that only conceded four goals in Northwest Division play last season. (Cover photo from FC Tucson.) “Although I... Continue Reading →

Introducing the NPSA Spartans of Bellevue

BELLEVUE, WA - (club release) The NPSA Foundation is excited to announce the launch of our innovative recreational soccer program, the NPSA Spartans. The Spartans Program will serve the Greater Eastside, including initially Bellevue, Mercer Island, and Renton, and will play in the PSPL Rec League. Our mission: Offer rec soccer at no cost to everyone!... Continue Reading →

OUR GAME: Stories from State High Schools

Have a story or link to share? Send it to us at Interlake Saints senior soccer players Daniel Pratt, left, and Austin Ball, right, have known each other since they were five years old.— Image Credit: SHAUN SCOTT, Bellevue Reporter Dynamic duo on the soccer field BELLEVUE, WA---The sport of soccer is essentially a microcosm... Continue Reading →

Sounders Women complete 2016 staff

TUKWILA, WA---(club release) With the ever changing women’s soccer landscape in the United States, one piece will stay constant this spring as the Sounders Women will again field a very competitive team while helping develop the top local amateur players and the top amateur players from across the United States and abroad. Kim Calkins will... Continue Reading →

Sounders Women reflect on recent open tryouts

TUKWILA, WA--- (club release) The Sounders Women held tryouts over March 19th and 20th at Starfire Sports Complex for the 2016 season. For over a decade the Sounders Women have entered an amateur team in the highest amateur league in the country for women’s soccer. With the W-League disbanding after the 2015 season, the Sounders... Continue Reading →

Evergreen Premier League trio honored by WSASA

BELLINGHAM, WA--- The preparations for the 2016 Evergreen Premier League season are underway even as the league pauses to salute three people who have recently been honored by the Washington State Adult Soccer Association. Eleazar Galvan (Wenatchee FC) - WSASA Male Player of the Year for 2015 KENMORE, WA--- The Washington State Adult Soccer Association... Continue Reading →

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