Laura Harvey and Vlatko Andonovski Discuss the Future of Reign FC

Source: Laura Harvey and Vlatko Andonovski Discuss the Future of Reign FC "The opportunity and the mindset of the whole organization to do whatever it takes and provide for the players and the coaching staff to be successful is tremendous. The support and logistics for the technical staff is great. Whatever we need to be... Continue Reading →

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Reign defender Pickett headed to Brisbane Roar

SEATTLE, WA---Seattle Reign FC announced today that defender Carson Pickett will compete with the Brisbane Roar FC of Australia’s W-League during the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) offseason. “I am so excited to be playing for Brisbane Roar this offseason. The opportunity presented itself and at this point in my career I felt like it... Continue Reading →

Reign FC exercise options on 11 players

SEATTLE, WA--- Seattle Reign FC announced today that the team has exercised options on eleven players, while six other players have been offered new contracts for the 2018 NWSL season. Players whose options were exercised for the 2018 season include: goalkeeper Haley Kopmeyer; defenders Maddie Bauer, Rachel Corsie, Merritt Mathias, Kristen McNabb, and Rebekah Stott;... Continue Reading →

Reign loan goalkeeper Kopmeyer to Canberra United

SEATTLE, WA--- Seattle Reign FC announced today that goalkeeper Haley Kopmeyer will be loaned to Canberra United FC of Australia’s W-League during the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) offseason. Kopmeyer returns to the W-League after opting not to play last offseason. Previously, Kopmeyer played for the Brisbane Roar in 2015, her first stint in the... Continue Reading →

Portland Thorns win second NWSL title

ORLANDO, FL– Midfielder Lindsey Horan played the hero as her second-half goal powered Portland Thorns FC to their second ever NWSL title in a 1-0 defeat of the North Carolina Courage 1-0 in the 2017 NWSL Championship at Orlando City Stadium in front of a crowd of 8,124. Source: NWSL CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH RECAP | North... Continue Reading →

Portland Thorns advance to NWSL Final

Thorns advance to NWSL Championship with 4-1 win over Pride - Portland will face the winner of Sunday's semifinal between the Courage and Red Stars PORTLAND, OR— It was redemption for Portland and heartbreak for Orlando, as the Thorns came out ahead in the first of two NWSL semifinal matchups with a 4-2 win over the Pride... Continue Reading →

Reign FC add Aussie goalkeeper Lydia Williams

SEATTLE, WA --- Seattle Reign FC announced today the club has acquired Australian international goalkeeper Lydia Williams from the Houston Dash in exchange for a second-round draft pick in the 2018 NWSL College Draft. Seattle collected the draft pick from the Boston Breakers in a separate transaction. Williams joined the Dash in 2016, where she... Continue Reading →

PICTURE PERFECT: Reign versus Thorns

Seattle Reign FC hosted the Portland Thorns in NWSL action on Saturday afternoon August 26 at Memorial Stadium. The Reign lost the match to the Thorns, 2-1. Rick Edelman took photos for goalWA.net and you can see nearly 100 shots at Facebook.com/goalWA!

Over 6,000 see Reign fall to Portland

SEATTLE, WA – In the final regular season meeting with rival Portland Thorns FC, Seattle Reign FC fell 2-1 at home at Memorial Stadium in front of a crowd of 6,041. This marks the first time in club history Reign FC has lost in consecutive matches at Memorial Stadium. Match Gallery: by Rick Edelman for... Continue Reading →

Reign FC visit Sky Blue FC Saturday

SEATTLE (August 18, 2017) – This Saturday, Seattle Reign FC visit Sky Blue FC at Yurcak Field. This is the third and final match between the two teams in the 2017 NWSL regular season. Saturday’s kickoff is set for 4:00pm PT. Fans can watch the match through the go90 app, go90.com, NWSL app, or nwslsoccer.com.... Continue Reading →

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