The World Cup Has Been the Best Part of Summer in Seattle

Croatia emerged victorious over England yesterday, cementing the World Cup final match-up this Sunday between the scrappy Slavs and 1998's winner, France. Amid a 100-plus crowd watching intently on an outdoor screen in Occidental Square, Matthew Marinovich rocked a red-and-white checkered jersey and waved a massive Croatian flag. Source: The World Cup Has Been the... Continue Reading →

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Machine House’s New Pub Is Serving Seattle’s Most Understated Beer

Machine House Brewing, Seattle's best purveyor of traditional cask ales, opened a new pub in the Central District. They're open for all the World Cup games. Source: Machine House's New Pub Is Serving Seattle’s Most Understated Beer

Tacoma Narrows FC splashes on to soccer scene

TACOMA, WA---Tacoma Narrows FC (Facebook) has revealed their name and crest (designed by Stephen Lloyd) as a new elite adult men's soccer club rises to the surface in greater Tacoma. The club, which has competed under the name "All-Star Moving" (Puyallup) in the Greater Seattle Soccer League, has designs on going regional. "TNFC is coming... Continue Reading →

Conway fields to get facelift

For years, players in the Conway Youth Soccer Association have played their home matches on a pair of local fields that were far — very far — from ideal. Source: Conway fields to get facelift

Cascadia unites for World Cup appearance in London

Representing British Columbia, Oregon and Washington, the Cascadian International Team will compete at the CONIFA World Football Cup, a global soccer tournament played this summer in London. The event, for states, minorities, stateless peoples and regions not recognized by the U.N. or FIFA, lasts from May 31 through June 10th 2018. In true world-wide fashion,... Continue Reading →

Isaiah Escobedo’s Street Soccer Dojos are Creating Ninja-Like Ballers in the Pacific Northwest – Urban Pitch

Renowned street baller Isaiah Escobedo has created a street football movement in the U.S. Pacific Northwest with his Street Soccer Dojo programs. What started as a way to increase technicality and creativity on the pitch has gone on to establish a full-on cultural presence, complete with plenty of young ballers. Source: Isaiah Escobedo's Street Soccer... Continue Reading →

Soccer America Confidential: Lesle Gallimore: 

Lelse Gallimore, head coach of the University of Washington women's team since 1994, is the 2018 President of United Soccer Coaches, the world's largest soccer coaches organization, formerly known as the NSCAA. Source: Soccer America Confidential: Lesle Gallimore: It's wonderful time to lean on one another to help grow the game in a positive and... Continue Reading →

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