The Western Washington Premier league will be rebranding their league name to the Cascadia Premier League for the 2022 season and beyond. The goal of this rebrand is to create more opportunities for players and clubs to grow, while also increasing exposure at a regional and national level. In 2017 the Western Washington Premier league set up to create limited travel and cost effective semi-pro soccer, serving the region west of the Cascade Mountains in Washington State. Due to the growth and demands of the clubs and players within our region, the league decided to partner with a National organization (details of this will be announced within the coming days/weeks). This rebranding now gives further opportunity for clubs around Washington and Oregon State to be part of this league. The date of the league official name change is yet to be decided, but will happen shortly after the conclusion of the 2021 season. However, the Cascadia Premier League will be working under a new website address in the near future.



Due to popular demand and the Pacific Northwest being in need of more semi-professional women’s playing opportunities, Cascadia has decided to create a women’s division for the 2022 season. Please apply below and join the movement!


We are looking to add a men’s third division for the 2022 season. If you would like to apply, please use the form below. The third division will have an opportunity to get promoted into Division 2 after the 2022 season.

If you have any questions regarding the changes for the league in 2022, do not hesitate to reach out via the contact form below. We would love to hear from you!

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