Spokane Shadow drop out of NWPL

The Spokane Shadow have notified the Northwest Premier League that they will not be fielding a team in the women’s circuit in 2018.

In light of the membership change, the NWPL will announce a revised league format and official schedule in the coming days.

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Northwest Premier League open to growing women’s soccer in our region

 

BREMERTON, WA — The Northwest Premier League completed its second season of play at the end of July with an exciting championship match that culminated the league’s first season using a playoff system to decide the trophy. A motto and hashtag like #FastForward doesn’t leave you any time to rest though. The off season is a time when the NWPL welcomes conversations from parties interested in joining up and grown the sport for women in the Northwest.
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NWPL moves forward with Championship match today at Starfire

TUKWILA, WA—The Northwest Premier League moves forward today with its first-ever playoff Final as Seattle Stars FC host the Washington Timbers at 4:45 PM at Starfire Sports Stadium in Tukwila. Admission is $10 at the gate (Starfire also charges a parking fee.) The NWPL will play the match in memory of Haylei Hughes, a Seattle Stars player from Las Vegas who died on Wednesday at Wallace Falls in Snohomish County.
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