Western Indoor Soccer League clubs ramp up for open tryouts, matches against Tacoma Stars

The Western Indoor Soccer League (WISL) is ramping up for its 5th season of elite adult men's indoor action. Clubs are posting their open tryout information and the details can be viewed at WISLnews.com  The Tacoma Stars of the Major Arena Soccer League (MASL) also recently revealed that they will play a series of preseason... Continue Reading →


“Olympic Peninsula Force” reveal new name, updated crest

The Olympic Sports Center and the Olympic Force recently announced that the indoor center at Pendergast Park in Bremerton will be renamed as Olympic Peninsula Sports (or Oly-Pen Sports); the Olympic Force soccer club will officially be renamed Olympic Peninsula Force (or Oly-Pen Force). Both Oly-Pen Sports and Oly-Pen Force will use the same logo... Continue Reading →

New USSF Goalkeeper Coach A License spotlights soccer elitism, says J4K Washington’s Swanger

The United States Soccer Federation (USSF) has just announced a Goalkeeper Coach A License pilot program. The press release says The seven-month course runs from September 2018-March 2019 as the highest-level course offered to goalkeeper coaches who are working in a professional environment or will be working in a professional environment. Among the initial students will be... Continue Reading →

Tacoma Narrows FC to join WWPL in 2019

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... Continue Reading →

Steelheads FC ponder how to remember Oso

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WA— The Snohomish County FC Steelheads are an elite adult amateur men’s soccer club that will begin play in the Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) in 2019. Source (entire article here): Steelheads ponder how to remember Oso For a club that has its roots in SnoCo, it’s not a question of if but... Continue Reading →

Steelheads and Clear Eyes

There is a new club less than an hour north of Seattle, and they are calling themselves “The Steelheads” after a Twitter vote. Snohomish County FC will be joining the Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) in 2019, the club’s third year of existence. Source: Steelheads and Clear Eyes

Tacoma Weekly: An EPLWA crown for WPFC

The 2018 Evergreen Premier League Champions - Washington Premier FC  Source: AN EPLWA CROWN FOR WPFC After playing second fiddle for the past four years, the local boys from Washington Premier FC finally hoisted the Evergreen Premier League championship trophy on Sunday, July 29. Playing under sun-drenched skies and in front of an overflow crowd... Continue Reading →


Source: SOUNDERS WOMEN CLAIM WPSL NATIONAL CROWN The Sounders Women completed an undefeated season on Sunday, July 22, hoisting the Jerry Zanelli Cup and claiming the 2018 Women’s Premier Soccer League national championship.  Head Coach Scott Ford and his crew of stubborn defenders and crafty possession players took down Pensacola FC in the championship game... Continue Reading →

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