“Win it for Wambaa!” And Nido Aguila Seattle did in remarkable debut season

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wambaa_season_coverby David Falk

TUKWILA, WA—Nido Aguila Club America Seattle debuted in the Puget Sound region in 2019. The club played friendlies, set up scouting trips with Mexican soccer giant Club America, joined the Western Washington Premier League and entered the brand new Washington State Super Cup.

So much positive stuff was going on for the club and General Manager / Owner Begad Anwar…and then tragedy struck. Friend to many on the club, talented player and teammate Brian Wambaadied in late March. The feeling of loss goes on even to this day.


“Win it for Wambaa!”

Nido Aguila Seattle turned for solace to the sport that binds them. The club took over the top spot in the WWPL for a month. Meanwhile they were also competing in the first ever Washington State Super Cup. It’s a new competition open to adult men’s clubs of any league…

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1 thought on ““Win it for Wambaa!” And Nido Aguila Seattle did in remarkable debut season

  1. […] new side will act as a reserve team for the parent club that contended for the league crown in 2019 while winning two other competitions. Nido Aguila Seattle U-19 will not participate in the promotion and relegation process between the […]


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