USASA Women’s Amatuer National Championship comes to Baltimore

USASA LogoThe United States Adult Soccer Association has announced that this year’s National Amateur Soccer Championships will be held over Memorial Day weekend in Maryland and will feature two local teams in the semi-final rounds.

The ladies of the ASA Chesapeake Charge (WPSL) will take on the Houston Aces (TXS) at 6:30 on Friday.  Later at 9:30, the Washington Spirit Reserves (W-League) face the Real Salt Lake Women (WPSL) for a change at their spot in the Finals.  Both matches will take place at Arundel High School in Odenton, Maryland.

Good luck ladies and may the best team win.

The United States Adult Soccer Association is the premier national soccer organization dedicated to participation in, enjoyment and growth of adult soccer across America. We are recognized for providing leadership and valued programs, resources and services to support our member organizations, making “Soccer – your game for life.”

For more information about the National Amateur Championships or the learn more about the USASA and it’s affiliates go to

About the WPSL
The Women’s Premier Soccer League is an independent highly competitive national league whose main focus is on the development of highly competitive premier women’s soccer teams with over 70 teams participating from all over the United States.  Formed in, the WPSL is sanctioned by the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA), who is an affiliate of the United States Soccer Federation (USSF), the ruling body of soccer in the United States and FIFA the world’s ruling body for soccer.  Visit for more information about the league and teams competing in your area.

About the W-League
The W-League is the first and longest-standing women’s soccer league in North America. The 2013 W-League campaign will feature 25 teams in three regional conferences playing 10-12 regular season matches. Featuring current and former international and professional stars, the W-League also provides elite amateurs the opportunity to compete while maintaining their eligibility as college student-athletes. The league is recognized throughout the world for providing superior competition for female players, while offering affordable family entertainment for fans throughout North America. To find out more about the W-League go to their website at

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