2018 NWPL Game Schedules

We have both season and single game tickets!

Please click HERE to purchase tickets and support our Women's team.

Full Schedule

Home games in red

Yakima Logo

May 5

6:00 pm Yakima United FC
Washington Premier

May 13

2:30 pm Washington Premier FC
Seattle

May 19

3:45 pm Seattle Stars FC
Captial June 2 2:00 pm Capital FC
NCW June 9 Cancelled NCW Alliance FC
Olympic June 24 6:00 pm Olympic Force
Twin June 30 4:30 pm Twin City Union
blackhills July 1 5:00 pm Blackhills FC
 
Women's First Team NWPL Tryouts

 

2018 Women’s First Team Tryouts 

Friday, March 30th and Saturday, March 31st

6:00pm to 8:00pm

Both days held at Harmony Sports Complex Turf

$35 registration fee

 Click HERE to Register

 

 

 

First Team Commitment:

All First Team players will be provided a minimum of two trainings per week. There will be 8-12 games including 4-6 away games all within Washington state. The season runs from April to the end of July.

All players will be required to pay an additional $65 to accept a spot on the game roster.  Players have the options to work a youth camp or sell 15 game tickets in exchange of the $65. Fee covers league fees, turf time, uniforms, equipment, etc.

Every effort will be made to provide carpooling options for all away games but it is the players responsibility to find transportation. In the event of an overnight stay, hotel costs will be covered by the club.

Questions? Please contact Coach Kat Tarr at nwpl@washingtontimbers.com or Michelle Beard at michelle.beard@washingtontimbers.com

 Click HERE to register for tryouts


 
Announcing our assistant Carly Bennett!

 

Carly Bennett Hired as Assistant for Women’s First Team

 

 

The Washington Timbers Football Club, SW Washington’s oldest and largest soccer club, is pleased to announce the addition of Carly Bennett to our Women’s First Team (WFT) staff. Coach Bennett joins head coach Kat Tarr, lead assistant Allison King, and GK coach Esteban Delgadillo to complete the 2018 staff.

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Announcement!

NWPL 2018 Game Format

With moving to a 10 team league, the NWPL has released the new game format for the 2018 season. Big things are happening!

Please click HERE for the Press Release.

 
Official Photographer

We are happy to announce our official photographer for our Women's First Team, Alan Moditz Photography!

We look forward to seeing the amazing pictures this season!

Please visit Alan's website and support his incredible photography at http://www.alanmoditz.com.

 
2017 NWPL CHAMPIONS!

 

2017 Northwest Premier League Champions – Washington Timbers First Team

 

The Washington Timbers Women's First Team was a longtime dream of many of the WA Timbers’s board members, staff, coaches and community, so the excitement when the team was officially formed in 2017 was undeniable. Elite female players from the area finally had a home to come back to that allowed them to play high-level soccer during summer break from college. The decision to join the Northwest Premier League (NWPL) in its second season was an easy one considering its dedication to women's amateur soccer in the state of Washington, but the road to the Championship would be anything but easy with top teams like Spokane Shadow and Seattle Stars in the mix.

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2017 NWPL Player Roster

NWPL Player Roster

 
What is NWPL?

What is the NWPL?

The Northwest Premier League (NWPL) is an elite, adult, amateur women’s soccer league competition featuring Northwest clubs across the state of Washington, USA.

We are connected with FIFA, US Soccer and the United States Soccer Association through our affiliation with the Washington State Adult Soccer Association.

Players are elite high school, current college and former pro adults who maintain amateur status.

 
Press Release NWPL

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  

December 6th, 2016

Washington Timbers FC

Washingtontimbers.com

Re: Addition of elite adult’s women’s team – Northwest Premier League

 

 

 

                                                             

The Washington Timbers were recently granted membership into the Northwest Premier League (NWPL), an elite Washington league designed as an opportunity for top women’s players to compete at an elite level during the summer.

The addition of the Washington Timbers and NCW Alliance (Wenatchee) brings 9 clubs to the NWPL in its second year. Other sides include Fuerza FC (Marysville), Olympic Force (Bremerton), Seattle Stars FC (Seattle), South Sound Shock (Tacoma), Spokane Shadow (Spokane), Twin City Union (Chehalis/Centralia), and Yakima United FC (Yakima).

The Washington Timber’s NWPL side will feature a mix of current and recent collegiate players and will also provide an opportunity for the club’s elite college prospects to play in a competitive environment to enhance their development prior to high school graduation. This team is an important piece of the college prep program.

Current University of Portland Pilot player and Washington Timbers Alumni Ellie Boon had this to say about the new team, "With Women's Collegiate soccer becoming more and more competitive, it is critical that players take advantage of every opportunity to continue their development, especially throughout the off season. I am excited for the impact this new Timbers NWPL team will not only have on individual players, but also the programs that they play for."

The addition of the team comes at a time when women’s soccer in our community seems to be booming. Just this year both Columbia River (2A) and Camas (4a) high schools won state championships and Clark College won the NWAC southern division championship. “Over the past 3 years the Washington Timbers girls program has grown leaps and bounds.  In 2015 over 20 Washington Timbers made the Thorns ODP State Pool teams, numerous teams have witnessed success in various state cup competitions, and the 02G Reds 1 attended the prestigious Surf Cup this year.  The Washington Timbers have an excellent coaching staff with a Portland Thorns Assistant Coach on staff, a former Thorns player, five coaches involved in the Thorns ODP program, coaches working with the Thorns Academy teams, and college coaches on staff.  Getting the NWPL team is another positive step for our girls program.” – Washington Timbers Director Jeff Castagnola.

“This will be another tremendous summer at Harmony Sports Complex. The addition of a first team for our women’s side will only add to the excitement.” said Washington Timbers Executive Director Sean Janson.

Further information on the formation of the Timbers NWPL team such as coaching staff and tryouts will be announced at a later date.  

Sean Janson – Executive Director – sean.janson@washingtontimbers.com – 360-931-5632


 
NORTHWEST PREMIER LEAGUE
Posted Nov 17, 2016

We are proud to announce our new women's senior team competing in the Northwest Premier League summer of 2017!

 Club details to come soon.

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