The Northwest Premier League has a new online shop featuring our distinctive logo and alternate “NW” design. See our entry page here.
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.
Washington Timber Jessie Ray was named the Player of the Week in the Northwest Premier League for the NWPL Final played on July 30. The league is awarding just one “Finals MVP” Player of the Week rather than the usual weekly Offensive / Defensive honors. Ray (Portland OR, Seattle University) scored the winning goal in the Final in the 75th minute to lead the Timbers to the title. After the match she was given both Player of the Week and 2017 NWPL scarves.
We don’t have much left to say about a week and a championship match that left pretty much everyone emotionally spent. We do want to share some videos and photos with you, and to say thank you to the teams and supporters for being here for us this week.
TUKWILA, WA—The Washington Timbers edged the Seattle Stars 2-1 at Starfire Sports Stadium on Sunday July 30 to claim the 2017 Northwest Premier League Championship.
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.