Tacoma Narrows FC to join WWPL in 2019

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TACOMA, WA—Tacoma Narrows FC posted on their Facebook page yesterday that the elite men’s independent adult soccer club will compete in the Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) starting with the 2019 season. Earlier Snohomish County Steelheads also announced their acceptance into the WWPL.

It’s been quite a year for Narrows FC as they continue to build their program. Their eye-catching crest is rampaging through the current #LOGOWARS just like the club has excelled on the pitch with multiple tournament wins in 2018.

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Tacoma Narrows FC and Snohomish County Steelheads played a friendly in June. Now TNFC will join SnoCo FC in 2019 in the WWPL. (David Falk photos)

rounded-WWPL-LOGO-LARGEIn May goalWA.net spoke with club founder Preston MacDonald. “TNFC is coming from a large group of players that have played high level and college soccer and have limited choices to continue playing competitive men’s soccer as an adults,” McDonald said at the time. “Down south there are only rec leagues and coed leagues, so I’m forming this team to give good soccer players a chance to play at the highest level! We believe in the game and playing it at the most honest, true form possible. This plus our hard work will take us to the level we want to be at!”

Visit: www.facebook.com/tacomanarrowsfc

The Facebook post: Soccer news! TNFC has been accepted into theWestern Washington Premier League for the upcoming 2019 season! SO PUMPED! Thank you to everyone that has supported us thus far… we are only getting started! #tnfc#wwpl#menssoccer

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