Founded in 2018, the Western Washington Premier League has quickly become a well-known league in Washington and the Pacific Northwest. Going into last season, the league had announced plans to implement promotion and relegation in 2020, with the 2019 standings determining the placement for clubs. Source: WWPL Install Promotion/Relegation — Protagonist Soccer
David Brown shoots videos for ISC Gunners, a club which goes from youth all the way up to a men’s team in the Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) and a women’s team in the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL.) His video channel on Youtube has several full matches of ISC Gunners WWPL action from the 2018 … Continue reading David Brown’s YouTube features full Issaquah WWPL matches
Photographer Glen Moffitt shot the 2019 season for the Snohomish County FC Steelheads. In the process he covered nearly all of the club’s home and away Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) matches. His photos are so sharp and clear that it is possible to crop and zoom in on them and create new images. That … Continue reading Glen Moffitt’s photos turn into 2019 WWPL action flashbacks
An online poll has been running over the last few weeks asking for viewers to vote for their top 3 finishers in the 2019 Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) season. 330 votes were cast and the clear preseason choice for Champions is Nido Aguila Club America Seattle. The Eagles got over 22% of the vote. Last … Continue reading Poll results: Who will win the WWPL in 2019?
ABERDEEN, WA— Grays Harbor Gulls FC have posted their debut entry in a new “Inside Look” video series on the Western Washington Premier League club’s YouTube Channel. Episode one is an inside look at the first Gulls open field with interviews. View the debut below. The Gulls are preparing for their second season after making a … Continue reading Grays Harbor Gulls debut “Inside Look” video series
The Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) has opened a video channel on YouTube. Subscribe to and visit the new channel here. Videos created for the league will debut on the channel before being posted on Facebook and elsewhere. The channel debuted with 12 short animated intro clips, one for each of the 11 club logos as … Continue reading WWPL debuts video channel on YouTube
In an online vote the slogan “Back Your Badge” narrowly edged out “Home Brewed Soccer” to become the official hashtag for the 2019 Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) season. The men’s premier soccer competition will use #BackYourBadge in posts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. There are 11 badges to be ‘backed’ in the regional league, … Continue reading #BackYourBadge voted as hashtag for 2019 WWPL season