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WESTCHESTER
WOMEN'S
SOCCER
LEAGUE

 

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Welcome to the WWSL Website!
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WWSL TODAY

Founded in 2003, the WWSL continues its expansion and is currently comprised of 9 outdoor Fall/Spring teams and 10 Winter Indoor teams.  Participants enjoy playing competitive soccer in Westchester County, NY and occasionally in tournaments.  Players range from age 18 to, twenty, thirty, forty, and even some fifty-somethings!  Play is competitive and fun with an emphasis on camaraderie and sportsmanship.




Come Join the WWSL!

The WWSL welcomes all friendly female soccer players age 18 and over.  The WWSL invites all individual players, already formed teams, and newly formed teams to consider joining the league.  For more information, please see our FAQ page!



**Fieldston School in Riverdale is looking for soccer coaches for their JV Girls and Boys soccer teams, as well as assistant coaches.  They are looking to fill these positions as soon as possible.  All applicants should have knowledge of the sport as well as playing and coaching experience.  The time commitment is from August 24th through early November and candidates should be available during the week in the late afternoons. Anyone interested should contact Michael Machado at 914-968-4346.


**High School Soccer Referee Course to be held at Eastchester HS on June 8, 9, & 10 from 7:00-9:30 pm.  There is a fee of $125 for the course.  For more information please contact Michael Machado at 914-968-4346 or mimach925@optonline.net. 



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The Westchester Women's Soccer League was formed to meet the competitive and recreational soccer needs of women.  The WWSL welcomes and values participation from a diversity of women, and therefore does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, religion, national or ethnic origin, political beliefs, veteran status or disability unrelated in the ability to participate in the sport of soccer.