The women's Professional Soccer (WPS) was the highest Division of women's football in the United States from 2009 to 2012. The winner was allowed to call itself champion of the United States. The League was seen as the best in the world, partly due to the place of the United States in the FIFA ranking. It was the us first. The League went in 2009. The League was the replacement for the women's United Soccer Association, which stopped in 2003. The plug was finally pulled out of the League in January 2012.


[hide]*1 History


After the expiry of the women's United Soccer Association in the WUSA reorganization Committee organized a 2003 in September of that year. The aim was ' to promote and support women's football in the us including the creation of a new League. ' To do this, she founded in November 2004 the women's Soccer Initiative, Inc. (WSII) on. In July 2006, WSII announced that a new League made would come in 2008. After the League was cancelled for 2012 was founded the WPSL Elite League as a replacement.

Participating teams[Edit]Edit

Club Place Stadium Capac. Trainer
Atlanta Beat KennesawGeorgia KSU Soccer Stadium 8.318 [1]

James Galanis

Boston Breakers BostonMassachusetts Harvard Stadium 30.323 [2]

Tony DiCicco

Philadelphia Independence West ChesterPennsylvania John A. Farrell Stadium 7,500 [3]

Paul Riley

Sky Blue FC PiscatawayNew Jersey Yurcak Field 5,000 [4]

Jim Gabarra

Washington Freedom GermantownMaryland Maryland SoccerPlex 5.126 [5]

Mike Lyons

Western New York Flash RochesterNew York Sahlen's Stadium 13.768 [6]

Aaran Lines

Former teams[Edit]Edit

Club Place Stadium Founded First season Raised
Chicago Red Stars BridgeviewIllinois Toyota Park 2007 2009 2010
FC Gold Pride HaywardCalifornia Pioneer Stadium 2008 2009 2010
Los Angeles Sol CarsonCalifornia The Home Depot Center 2007 2009 2009
Saint Louis Athletica Saint LouisMissouri Anheuser-Busch Soccer Park 2008 2009 2010


Season Club Championship
2009 Sky Blue FC 1
2010 FC Gold Pride 1
2011 Western New York Flash 1

Championships per club[Edit]Edit

Club Season (s) Number Of
Sky Blue FC 2009 1
FC Gold Pride 2010 1
Western New York Flash 2011 1

Eternal rankings (2009-2011)[Edit]Edit

  • The clubs that are in bold are games in the 2010 season in the women's Professional Soccer.
Club /3
Boston Breakers 3
Sky Blue FC 3
Washington Freedom 3
Chicago Red Stars 2
FC Gold Pride 2
Club /2
Saint Louis Athletica 2
Atlanta Beat 2
Philadelphia Independence 2
Los Angeles Sol 1
Western New York Flash 1

High score women's Professional Soccer (2009-present)[Edit]Edit

Year-Name (Club)-Goals

2009 - Marta (Los Angeles Sol)-10 2010 - Marta (FC Gold Pride)-19 2011 - Marta (Western New York Flash)-10 2011 - Christine Sinclair (Western New York Flash)-10

Club Number Of
Western New York Flash 2
Los Angeles Sol 1
FC Gold Pride 1
Player Number Of



Christine Sinclair


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