Locals step up to take Lacey Pocket Gophers forward

LACEY, WA— The Lacey Pocket Gophers helped establish the Western Washington Premier League a few years ago and now the founding WWPL member club is getting an infusion of local citizens to move the club forward. Lee Baker, Paul Tollefson and Brandon Sublette are taking over management of Lacey FC with Pocket Gophers founder Troy … Continue reading Locals step up to take Lacey Pocket Gophers forward

Nido Aguila Club America Seattle expands outreach with new U-19 team in WWPL Second Division

TUKWILA, WA— Nido Aguila Club America Seattle have been awarded a spot in the new Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) Second Division for the 2020 season. To be called “Nido Aguila Seattle U-19,” the new side will act as a reserve and elite youth team for the parent club that contended for the league crown … Continue reading Nido Aguila Club America Seattle expands outreach with new U-19 team in WWPL Second Division

Gala FC to debut ‘Pro Focus’ men’s team in new WWPL Second Division

MILL CREEK, WA—Gala FC and the WWPL today announce that the youth club will add a new top men’s team to its system in 2020. A team made up mainly of U-19/20 players will compete as Gala FC Pro Focus in the new Second Division of the Western Washington Premier League (WWPL). Pro Focus is … Continue reading Gala FC to debut ‘Pro Focus’ men’s team in new WWPL Second Division

Western Washington Premier League announces affiliation with CAFF and Team Cascadia

GIG HARBOR, WA— The Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) today announces the start of an exciting new affiliation with the Cascadia Association Football Federation (CAFF) and Team Cascadia. Competitors on the world stage in CONIFA (Confederation of Independent Football Associations), Team Cascadia are currently ranked 10th in the world. Going forward CAFF and the WWPL … Continue reading Western Washington Premier League announces affiliation with CAFF and Team Cascadia

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

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by 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…

4 of top 6 clubs were new to WWPL in 2019; talent infusion boosts level of play

The Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) expanded from 7 clubs in 2018 to 11 in 2019. In total 5 new clubs (Centralia side Twin City Union withdrew after 2018) came into the league this year, and 4 of those 5 finished in the top 6.  Top 4 The top 4 were all new clubs. Champions … Continue reading 4 of top 6 clubs were new to WWPL in 2019; talent infusion boosts level of play