Premier Soccer in the Skagit Valley Area

Northwest United F.C. is committed to developing players that perform at the highest levels. Our club provides high level coaching that covers the technical, tactical, and psychological aspects of the game. Northwest United players raise their skill, athleticism, and character.

As a member of the Puget Sound Premier League, our teams compete against the best teams in the region. We have teams in all league divisions, providing a place for both the developing and the elite level player.

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Here is the next installment of Being United by Susanna Williams of the u16 girls premier team. Here Susanna captures some of the PSPL tournament and features some of our new teams in the our growing club.
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The third installment of the Being United series brings us to the final home tournament of the summer, the Skagit Super Cup. Northwest United and the Puget S...

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Hi Teams!!
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Is there anyone out there in need of gently used YL jerseys 1 red 1 black with #11? Let me know
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Here is Northwest united u9 girls playing their first league game of the season at starfire. Congratulations on a 2-1 win. Coach Joana Houplin pictured with the girls has been building a solid technical foundation and the girls are already displaying good improvement. Well done girls! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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Cynthia AguirreSo proud of all the girls!2 weeks ago
Shawna SmithWay to go, it was a great game!!!2 weeks ago

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Here is Andre Hamilton, Christopher Rocha, Daniel Rocha and Julian Houston from the Northwest United boys FC98 team representing the PSPL academy in Surrey. With limited players for the tournament and playing with low numbers the boys did very well reaching the finals eventually losing in PKS. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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Northwest United FC99 Premier players Kayla Cutshaw, Malia Hansen, Kenna MacKay, and Ava Schweiger helped lead the PSPL Academy Girls 2000 team to an undefeated run through the SX Cup, a highly competitive tournament in Surrey over Labor Day weekend. The PSPL Academy team did not concede a single goal, shutting out top teams from Canada and Washington to earn the championship. Well done Girls. ... See MoreSee Less

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