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  • Cascade FC returns to WA Youth Soccer
    TUKWILA, WA— Washington Youth Soccer, the largest youth sports organization in Washington State, is excited to announce that Cascade FC will return all programming to WA Youth Soccer in the Fall of 2018. Recently, the WA Youth Soccer Board of Directors supported Cascade FC and Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer with a recent partnership on new... Continue Reading →
  • Olympic Force’s preseason jamboree gets local clubs rolling
    Originally posted on Evergreen Premier League: Bellingham United versus Snohomish County. (David Falk photo) BREMERTON, WA—The Olympic Force hosted a 5-club jamboree on Saturday April that also featured Bellingham United and three other local adult clubs. Joining the two EPLWA sides in the all-day event were Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) clubs Harbor Force and…
  • PICTURE PERFECT: Glen Moffitt shoots Sounders versus Loons
    Glen Moffitt shot the Sounders on Sunday for goalWA.net. See his gallery on our Facebook page. The Sounders broke through their early season funk with a 3-1 win. See a recap and video highlights here.
  • Kitsap Pumas add 3 defenders as NPSL season training nears
    BREMERTON, WA—The Kitsap Pumas announced the signings of center backs Mac Lyle and Jack Sluys and left back/left wing Tomas Jamett on Monday, as the team prepares for the start of training next week. Lyle and Sluys are both products of the Puget Sound area, while Jamett comes from Chile by way of the Northeast.... Continue Reading →
  • Seattle United welcomed into the Girls ECNL for 2018-19
    RICHMOND, VA (April 16, 2018) – The Girls Elite Clubs National League is excited to announce that Seattle United FC will be joining the Girls ECNL beginning in the 2018-2019 ECNL Season. The Girls ECNL will be the only national league in which the club will compete, and the focal point of its competitive efforts.... Continue Reading →
  • Lions claim a trophy as 3 EPLWA clubs compete in Eddie Craggs Memorial Cup
    Originally posted on Evergreen Premier League: TUKWILA, WA— Tri-Cities Alliance FC won the 2018 Eddie Craggs Memorial Evergreen Cup with a 4-1 Final result over All-Star Moving on Sunday at Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila. The Lions participated in the tournament along with fellow EPLWA sides Oly Town Artesians and Seattle Stars. Lions versus Artesians…
  • Sun and Sounders break through the clouds
    SEATTLE, WA— Seattle Sounders FC (1-3-1, 4 points) earned its first win of the 2018 MLS season on Sunday afternoon in front of 39,477 fans at CenturyLink Field and a national television audience on ESPN, as the Rave Green bested Minnesota United FC (2-5-0, 6 points) by a final score of 3-1. First-half goals from... Continue Reading →
  • Artesians Blank Pocket Gophers 3-0 in Cup Opener
    TUKWILA, WA— The Oly Town Artesians scored three goals in two minutes early in the second half to cruise to a 3-0 victory over the Lacey Pocket Gophers on Friday night at the Eddie Craggs Memorial Evergreen Cup. Yelm alum and former OKC Energy midfielder Daniel Gonzalez opened the scoring with a penalty shot goal... Continue Reading →
  • Bellevue’s Boettcher kicks grass and takes names | Bellevue Reporter
    Two sisters tell the story of a Bellevue woman who helped pioneer women’s soccer in the region. Source: Bellevue’s Boettcher kicks grass and takes names | Bellevue Reporter It may be difficult for many Eastsiders to think of a time when soccer wasn’t a prevalent sport in the region, which is why two sisters aim... Continue Reading →
  • Seattle Sounders not taking revamped Minnesota United lightly | Pro Soccer USA
    The Seattle Sounders are expecting stiff competition from a revitalized Minnesota United side at CenturyLink Field Sunday. Despite winning its first two matches against the club from the Twin Cities, Seattle is wary of new Designated Player Darwin Quintero and his history of goals against the Sounders. Source: Seattle Sounders not taking revamped Minnesota United... Continue Reading →
  • Yakima United teams will see league shakeup, new-look playoff formats
    YAKIMA, Wash. — A shorter season and the first year of men’s playoffs await Yakima United in a summer full of changes for their respective leagues. Source: Yakima United teams will see league shakeup, new-look playoff formats
  • Meridian on top in NWC 1A
    The Trojans took control of the race for first place in the Northwest Conference 1A league with a 2-0 win over Lynden Christian on Thursday. Source: Boys Soccer: Meridian on top in NWC 1A
  • Civil War Soccer: Cabrera’s return opens up Jacks’ offense in 3-1 win
    How nice is it to have Jesus Cabrera back in an R.A. Long uniform? Source: Civil War Soccer: Cabrera’s return opens up Jacks’ offense in 3-1 win “Having Jesus back is just enormous psychologically for our entire team,” R.A. Long boys’ soccer coach Max Anderson said. “He is without question our leader. He’s like having... Continue Reading →
  • Tacoma Community College Men’s Soccer Announces 8 Newcomers for the 2018 Season
    Tacoma Community College Men’s Soccer Announces 8 Newcomers for the 2018 Season Source: Tacoma Community College Men’s Soccer Announces 8 Newcomers for the 2018 Season Evan Brewer from Federal Way WA is currently playing at Federal Way High School and just finished a successful season with the Washington Premier Football Club 99’s. “Evan is a tremendous... Continue Reading →
  •  Sequim’s Henninger signs to play soccer for powerhouse Western Washington
    Sequim goalie Henninger to play for Vikings Source: AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Sequim’s Henninger signs to play soccer for powerhouse Western Washington; 
  • Seattle Roosevelt enters at No. 5 of latest Super 25 boys spring soccer rankings
    Check out the latest Super 25 boys spring soccer rankings. Source: Seattle Roosevelt enters at No. 5 of latest Super 25 boys spring soccer rankings Roosevelt (Seattle) leads nine newcomers in the latest Super 25 boys spring soccer rankings from the United Soccer Coaches, coming in at No. 5.
  • Pumas announce signings of wings Carrillo, Kante, midfielder Ventura
    By Rob Shore Kitsapsoccerclub.com   The Kitsap Pumas announced the signings of wingers Juan Carrillo and Adama Kante and midfielder Diego Ventura on Wednesday as the team continued its walk-up toward the first day of training on April 30. All three players participated in the Pumas’ invitational tryout friendly in February, Kante and Ventura playing... Continue Reading →
  • NBC Right Now Tri-Cities: What should the new SWX trophy to be awarded to the Columbia Division of the Evergreen Premier League of Washington’s winning team be named?
    Vote on this poll. Source: NBC Right Now Tri-Cities: What should the new SWX trophy to be awarded to the Columbia Division of the Evergreen Premier League of Washington’s winning team be named?
  • Reign FC Fall 1–0 On the Road to North Carolina Courage
    Four days after withstanding the heavy rain and wind in New Jersey, Seattle Reign FC fell 1–0 to the North Carolina Courage in 80-degree weather of Cary, NC. Source: Reign FC Fall 1–0 On the Road to North Carolina Courage Seattle was without six players for the match, including Nahomi Kawasumi, Rumi Utsugi, Steph Catley and... Continue Reading →
  • Incoming to Sounders U23: Dent’s Journey To Professional Soccer
    On a cold day in Falkirk, Scotland, Gordon Dent waited in his old green Nissan for his son Robel to get done with soccer practice. Source: Dent’s Journey To Professional Soccer Every time Robel had a practice, he had been to the Shell station just down the street to get a newspaper for himself, a... Continue Reading →

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