Blackhills FC announces addition of Women’s team that will play in the Northwest Premier League

BFC LogoThe NWPL is an Elite Adult Amateur Semi – Pro League in Washington State. The NWPL is connected to US Soccer through their affiliation with Washington State Adult Soccer Association. The NWPL is an open league for female players that have maintained an amateur status. Additional information on the NWPL can be found at

We are excited about adding this adult team to our Club and community. This is the natural progression in developing a Club, youth – senior team. This provides a fantastic playing opportunity for Blackhills FC alumni, local collegiate players and is open to all players to compete at a high level. This also provides an excellent platform for those Blackhills FC High School aged players to train and play amongst collegiate players and these senior level players serving as role models for younger female athletes within our community.” – Technical Director James Charette

Tryouts: We will hold an open tryout on Wednesday, April 11th from 7:00-8:30 at Capital Soccer Fields (2832 93rd Ave SW, 98512). Please email to register for tryouts or if you are unable to attend the tryout but interested in playing. We understand not all players can attend. It is our intent to hold a large player pool for training and games.

Season:  April 11th – July 31st

Donations: We are currently accepting donations and sponsorships for the NWPL season. This will help cover league fees, uniforms, stadium rentals and officials. Contact regarding donations and sponsorships.

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