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Year 2 of the NWU Women's Team

Register now for Tryouts: April 26 & 27

In 2024, the Northwest United Women's Team will participate in the expanded Baker division of the Cascadia Premier League. The team will build on our first year in 2023 to offer a fun, competitive environment to become a team around which our community will rally.

Our club has many alumni who are participating or who have participated in college soccer, playing at a high level. The Northwest United Women’s Team provides an opportunity for our alumni, older youth players, and other past/present collegiate players to:

  1. Participate in high level training and playing opportunities during their off season

  2. Showcase their talents in our community and serve as mentors to younger players

  3. Enjoy a positive environment on the field in which to build their skills

Key Details:

Tryouts: Friday & Saturday, April 26 & 27, 7:15 - 8:45 pm @ Skagit Valley College (register below)

Season: 8 League Games (4 home, 4 away). First game is Friday, May 24. Last regular season game is July 7. Playoffs July 12 & 14.

League opponents include: Gala FC (Arlington), Bellingham United (Bellingham), Crossfire (Redmond), Eastside (Issaquah)

Team Trainings: usually twice a week, a few weeks with 3 sessions, evenings at Skagit Valley College.

After tryouts, those invited to participate will pay a $55 registration fee, which will include training jersey, shorts, and socks. Game day jerseys will be provided. Player insurance/registration, referees, league fees, will be covered by Northwest United.

We hope to build a player pool of 26-28 players to foster great training sessions and bring strong rosters to games.

On Saturday, June 29, we will play a home game against Gala FC as part of the Skagit Firecracker Tournament.

Any questions please reach out to Coach Ben MacKay: or (360) 840-1271

For those players with college spring season commitments, please reach out to to coordinate availability for tryouts and training. We will work to accommodate schedules of college players whose seasons wrap up as the Cascadia Premier League season begins.

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