Northwest Premier League affiliates with Washington State Adult Soccer Association


BREMERTON, WA— The Northwest Premier League (NWPL) is excited to announce that the new statewide elite amateur women’s soccer league has affiliated with the Washington State Adult Soccer Assocation (WSASA) in a partnership that in turn connects the league to the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA), the United States Soccer Federation (USSF), and FIFA.
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Time is now for women’s soccer in Tacoma


NWPL Secondary - 500 - BG.pngTACOMA, WA— Craig Vincent knows a lot about the women’s soccer scene in Tacoma. For several years he has planned, worked and hoped for a local women’s team to take root for the players in South Sound. Finally, it is going to happen in 2015 with the arrival of the Northwest Premier League and the South Sound FC Women.

Vincent has worked on a project titled “Tacoma City Soccer” since 2013. More recently he was involved with FCT 253, which fields teams in the WPSL and NPSL, but has since moved back to Seattle as OSA FC. Finally all of the pieces are coming together in 2016 as Vincent partners with John Crouch and the already-established South Sound FC club to field a team in the new Northwest Premier League.

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Seattle Uninube FC brings ‘universal’ vision to NWPL


SEATTLE, WA— The Northwest Premier League (NWPL) announces today that the fifth club helping found the new women’s soccer league is Seattle Uninube FC. The club is owned and operated by Margarito Avila, who also owns Seattle Stars FC of the Evergreen Premier League.

UPDATE: On February 5, 2016 it was announced that Seattle’s NWPL team will use the name “Seattle Stars FC” going forward.
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