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Press Release: New U.S. Women’s Soccer League Forms

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by JENNA PEL on AUGUST 8, 2012

All the details below, as per a press release sent out by the Boston Breakers timestamped at 12:26 AM ET.

CHICAGO, IL (Aug. 9, 2012) - With the conclusion of both the WPSL Elite League and W-League semi-pro women’s playoffs and the ongoing thrilling performance of the U.S. Women’s National Team at the Olympic Games, five of the top women’s soccer teams in the country are announcing the formation of a new professional women’s soccer league that will start play in the spring of 2013.

Among the teams are the Boston Breakers, Chicago Red Stars, a newly formed team in Seattle, and New Jersey’s Sky Blue FC, three out of four of which were members of the prior Women’s Professional Soccer league. Additionally, four other teams are finalizing their participation in the league including another team that will be located on the West Coast.


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Is this what we want to see happen? What is going to feed the league, player-wise and financially?

Another thought, what if the CSA entered the senior WNT in this league as their own team? Played out of Ottawa probably. It would keep them all together, and they would be able to train fully and maintain their individual levels of ability without stagnating.

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