Grays Harbor Gulls make history as 2018 #LOGOWARS Champions

The Grays Harbor Gulls are 2018 #LOGOWARS Champions. The Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) club topped Boise Cutthroats 52.64% to  47.36% to win the latest installment of the goalWA.net competition. In doing so the Gulls make history in a couple of ways. Their crest becomes the first-ever to lose a round but then go on to win... Continue Reading →

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Steelheads look to Bellingham United to measure progress on and off the pitch

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WA— The Snohomish County FC Steelheads are looking north as they continue to form their soccer club. Bellingham United have not only provided opposition on the pitch over the last two years but also inspiration about how to get an elite adult club going. Source: Steelheads look to Bellingham United to measure progress on and off the... 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

Snohomish County FC joins WWPL in 2019

Home County players like (left to right) Nate Thompson, Hector Palomera and Rio Alcorta will have a chance to compete regionally in 2019 in the WWPL. SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WA---The Snohomish County FC Steelheads are excited to announce that the elite adult men's soccer club has been accepted into the Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) starting... Continue Reading →

Kirkland Goats win first WWPL season title

The Kirkland Goats outlasted the Lacey Pocket Gophers 2-1 in sweltering heat at Bellevue College on Sunday July 15 to claim the inaugural Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) Championship. Kirkland finished with 34 points, undefeated with a 11-0-1 record and a whopping +45 goal differential. The Goats are made up of some local players as... Continue Reading →

Your GoalWA Weekend (6/9-10)

Hello goalWA readers. Brandon Sparks here, the man that David Falk gave the keys to goalWA to, checking in to let you know that I have slowly been getting up to speed and will resume full posting here and updating on social media sites soon. In the meantime, you should go out and watch some... Continue Reading →

Your goalWA Weekend (6/2-3)

Get out and see some live soccer this weekend. No excuses, unless you live in Eastern Washington, then we have nothing for you... Saturday, June 2nd (NWPL) Twin City Union vs. NCW Alliance - Tiger Stadium - 3:45 (EPLWA) Olympic Force vs. Washington Premier - Gordon Field - 5:00 (EPLWA) Oly Town Artesians vs. Spokane... Continue Reading →

Lacey FC takes the lead in WWPL

The Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) is through its first month ever of play and the Lacey Pocket Gophers stand on top of the table. The league's results page shows that many of the matches have been close affairs. A couple have been blow outs. The Gophers are unbeaten after four matches and with a +9... Continue Reading →

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 →

Goats top Lions in Pasco friendly

TRI-CITIES, WA – On a cold and rainy Sunday afternoon, Tri-Cities Alliance FC (EPLWA) clashed with Kirkland FC (WWPL) in a preseason friendly at Columbia Basin College. The match served as a debut for the squad from Kirkland, who took the pitch for the first time as a team. Ultimately, it was a debut to... Continue Reading →

Hammer Named Head Coach of Twin City Union

PLAYER/COACH: Olympia Native Will Play and Coach Inaugural Season for Men’s Team By Matt Baide mbaide@chronline.com Twin City Union first head men’s soccer coach has been in the sport on both sides… Source: Hammer Named Head Coach of Twin City Union

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