NCW Alliance announces first Northwest Premier League coaching staff


ncw-alliance-fc_logo_facebook-profile-1WENATCHEE, WA — (Alliance release) NCW Alliance FC (NCWAFC) of the NorthWest Premier League (NWPL), is pleased to announce the appointment of Jamie Richards as Head Coach, Luke Astell as Director of Fitness and Javier Reyna as Goalkeeper Coach of the club.

NWPL Primary Crest“Jamie, Luke and Javier have many years of soccer experience under their belts and we predict that together they will make a significant impact to the success of our team”, said Cindy Abouammo, Alliance President. “We can’t wait to get them started assessing all the talented players we have available here in north central Washington and with that in mind we’re hoping to announce our tryout dates soon.”

jamie_richards Jamie Richards.

Richards coached Chelan High School to the 2013 boys soccer state title. He’s also been an assistant in the Wenatchee Valley CC soccer program and was Head Coach of the Wenatchee FC semipro team on…

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Twin City Union name Kyle Jones Head Coach of NWPL side

tcu_update_crestCENTRALIA/ CHEHALIS, WA—(Union release) Twin City Union FC is proud to announce that Kyle Jones will be taking over as head coach for the 2017 season.

“We had many coaches who sent in letters of interest.  Kyle’s presentation and letter of intent was impressive and very in depth!” Chairman Henry Gallanger said. “How can anyone who does that not shoot to the top of your list? At the end of this process, having spoken with a couple candidates, we kept coming back to Kyle and his intent to coach this team.”

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img_0030 Kyle Jones.

Kyle comes with vast experience at the club, high school and college levels. He has been on staff with Black Hills FC since 2010 and is coaching a handful of teams as well as their current Director of Coaching. In 2007 Kyle coached both the boys and girls…

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Wenatchee, Vancouver NWPL clubs hit the ground running (videos)

facebook_logos_2NWPL Primary CrestWenatchee-area club NCW Alliance FC and Vancouver Washington-area club Washington Timbers FC are both making positive impressions as they prepare for their first seasons in the Northwest Premier League (NWPL).

North Central Washington Alliance are organizing with open gym time for players, the recent arrival of Ruffneck Scarves, and the development of a marketing strategy which is already paying dividends.

Tarr makes splash with Timbers

Washington Timbers FC recently announced the hiring of Kat Tarr as their first-ever Women’s team head coach. The announcement video has been viewed over 4,000 times and the NWPL Facebook page zoomed past the 500 likes mark in the wake of the hire.

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Kat Tarr named head coach of Washington Timbers NWPL


VANCOUVER, WA— Washington state women’s soccer legend Kat Tarr has been named the first-ever head coach of the Washington Timbers FCNorthwest Premier League team.

In the videos above Tarr thanks the Timbers for the opportunity and opens up about her plans for the team in its first season in the NWPL.

She’s joined by WTFC President Steve Bowmer, who gives a detailed explanation as to why Tarr was the best pick for the job.

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Twin City Union FC Seeking Head Coach for 2017 season.

Twin City Union Football Club

TWIN CITY UNION FC Logo 1-color fullTwin City Union FC is seeking a Head Coach for the 2017 NWPL Women’s season.  Coaches with interest need to send a letter of interest.  Please email your letter of interest to

Twin City Union FC Women’s Head Coach Job Description

Twin City Union FC competes in the Northwest Women’s Premier and is located in the Twin Cities of Centralia/Chehalis.  The Union finished 3rd in the standings last season.

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NWPL adopts new schedule, playoff formats for 2017 season


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BREMERTON, WA—The Northwest Premier League (NWPL) held a conference call on Tuesday night January 17 in which the format for the 2017 season was decided. The women’s elite adult amateur soccer league will feature playoffs this year to decide its champion.
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