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The History Book (downloadable PDF)
THE HISTORY BOOK
ORIGIN
BRIEF HISTORY
Soccer in Washington dates back to the turn of the century. It certainly wasn’t astroturf and paved parking lots in those days. Sometimes it took several hours to get to the game which often was played on a makeshift field. Up around Black Diamond in the winter,
the field markers on a snow-covered field would be drawn with coal dust.
In the 1920s, a number of top British professional soccer players were among the immigrants who came to the Northwest, bringing
with them their soccer skills and a deep love of the game. Many grade school and high school teams played soccer in those days,
but for various reasons the game died out in the public schools in later decades.
In the latter part of World War II, Italian prisoners of war and sailors from visiting British Navy ships sparked the local interest resulting in top-caliber amateur soccer being played. After the war, another influx of immigrants saw many amateur soccer players come
to Seattle. Exchange students and ski-jumpers that came here to attend university were often talented soccer players who turned
out for senior teams like the Vikings teams of the 1950s.
These periods of soccer lasted varying lengths of time, but they all had one thing in common. When they ended, there was little left
which would ignite the future growth of soccer. At the root of Washington’s soccer growth was the concept that any youth could
play and none would be turned away. Jack Goldingay brought that concept from North Vancouver, B.C. to the Bellevue Boys Club
and started a four team program.
These four teams of kids new to soccer were run by parents, most of whom knew nothing about soccer. Using the approach of
learning by doing, these four teams grew to 24 in 1962 and eventually led to a Washington State Junior Soccer Association program
which in 1974 registered 1501 teams encompassing some 24,000 boys and girls.
The year 1961 had little difference from any other year in soccer with a good senior league, a strong Catholic Youth Organization
League and a few junior teams. In Bellevue, four junior teams formed, which would revolutionize the entire soccer landscape in
Washington.
Probably the greatest impetus in Washington’s soccer growth was the Canadian Exchange Program which was based on team
exchanges between Seattle and Vancouver, B.C., which started in Catholic Youth Organization teams in the 50s. Washington Youth
Soccer was fortunate to have people who contributed to its success, namely Dick Valore formerly of Bellevue, Bob Rasmussen of
Federal Way, and Roy Livermore of Arlington. They had the good fortune to deal with a great friend of soccer, Ken Lind of Burnaby,
B.C.
This is only part of soccer in Washington. The State Senior Men’s League had 37 teams in 1974-75, the most ever. The Washington
Women’s Association had 35 registered teams in the 1975 Spring League. The Catholic Youth Organization had 53 teams competing
in 1974. There were 53 high schools which played in 1974 – 1975 and seven universities and nine community colleges played in the
fall of 1974. Parks Department leagues, Boys Club leagues, Pee Wee Association and YMCA leagues account for well over 300 additional soccer teams.
That makes well over 30,000 soccer players around Puget Sound. The coming of the Sounders crowned the success of soccer here,
gave it prestige and assured its future. These last immigrants, the professionals, have brought soccer to Washington to stay.
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THE LITTLE BALL
Written by Karl Grosch, WA Youth Soccer Life Member
In 1961, a man from North Vancouver B.C., named Jack Goldingay, came to the Greater Seattle area (Bellevue), and quietly
announced his plan to sign up 8-year-old and 9-year-old boys in order to form teams with inexperienced parents as coaches and
referees.
Goldingay formed four teams that year in Bellevue, which reallywas the beginning of what later became the Washington Junior
Soccer Association (now Washington Youth Soccer).
This ball had been used during the years of 1961 – 1962
by two 9 year old boys teams from the Eastside (Bellevue area),
as coached by Jack Goldingay.
Being from North Vancouver B.C., Goldingay took his
Washington team back to his home area and a North
Vancouver team returned the gesture with each team’s
parents hosting the visiting boys. This was the beginning of the
great “Canadian Exchange Program,” which eventually became
the largest team sports exchange in the world.
In 1986, Jack Goldingay became a Washington Youth Soccer
Life Member and in 1999 became a Hall of Fame Member.
And throughout the years the ball has remained in the
office as a symbol of where we come from and the man
who helped start it all.
GIRLS JOIN SOCCER
At the Washington State Youth Soccer Annual General Meeting
in June 1972, girls soccer was recognized to become a part of
the organization. As more girls started to participate in the
game, Bev Reed was appointed Director of Girls Soccer. She
planned and organized the first annual Girls State Tournament for 1972. Quarter & Semifinals were held at Marymoor County Park
in Redmond, and the Finals were played on February 18 at the Bellevue High School Stadium. Fourty two teams participated in this
tournament. In 1973, Pat Waters became the girls tournament director, and this 2nd girls tournament had the distinction of being
the largest girls soccer tournament in the United States and Canada.
Starting in 1973, several girls soccer teams participated in our annual Canadian Exchange Program during October and
November. This was a small number of teams since British Columbia had very few girls soccer teams that could be matched up with
those from Washington. The fast overwhelming response and acceptance by most other US States Youth Soccer bodies led to the
1974 official approval and acceptance of girls soccer, with all the formalities of registration and fee-paying. These added activities
required more coaches, referees, and playable soccer fields. The North American Soccer League (NASL) coined a slogan: ”Soccer is
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a kick in the grass and girls play too,” giving recognition to the girls game. After girls were accepted to play team soccer, they pressured their associations and the State Association to provide the same tournaments, trophies and medals as the boys had. Since
1972, there has been an increase of girls playing soccer in the State of Washington. There has been an increase of over 27,000 girls
participating and is on the rise. Part of the increase of girls participating was because of the passing of Amendment Title IX. As a
part of Title IX, equal spending and access of athletic programs were required at the universities around the country.
Girls soccer in Washington has been an area full of talented individuals and teams. In 1996 the U17 FC Royals team won the National
Championship. Also, the U18 FC Royals won the National Championship in their respective age group. These were the first two girls
National Champions from Washington. Since, the FC Royals won Nationals, there have been seven Regional Champions from Washington State, with the latest one coming in 2009; Crossfire Premier ‘91 A McCormick won U17 Regionals in Lancaster, CA.
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EVOLUTION OF OUR LOGO
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CANADIAN EXCHANGE SERIES
In the beginning years, the Canadian Exchange Series was the biggest and liveliest home-and-away series in sports anywhere.
The Canadian Exchange Series was based on team exchanges between Seattle and Vancouver, B.C., which was started by the
Catholic Youth Organization in the 1950s. With Jack Goldingay’s involvement, an exchange program was formed in the early 1970s
to promote soccer in both areas. The program was created to promote friendship and memories to the players who were competing. The Exchange Series would be in British Columbia one year and Washington State the next, which gave both organizations
the chance to travel and compete. The Exchange Program saw great results in the form of participation on both sides, which later
decreased due to lack of registration to participate. Below is a list of the personnel involved as well as a brief timeline of the known
facts that were kept during the exchange.
1971 – 2000 British Columbia Personnel
1971 – 1997 Washington State Personnel
Ken Lind Chairman BCJSA, 11 years
Cy Ashdown Chairman BCJSA
Fred Jopson Chairman BCJSA, 1968-1969
Alex Kemp BCJSA
Mark Stockdale Life Member of BCJSA& Burnaby SA
Janet Tyrell Registrar/BCJSA, March 2000
Dick Valore Formerly Bellevue, 1971-1973
Bob Rasmussen Federal Way, 1974-1975
Roy Livermore 1976-1978
Bev Reed North Shore, 1979-1997
No records available from then on.
Exchange Participation Timline - The Early Years
1970
Both parties (Vancouver, B.C. and Washington State) begin planning and meeting. All teams traveling to Washington State will have to play their league game or forfeit the points.
1972
703 teams exchanging.
1973
750 teams (approximately 23,000 youth players) exchanging.
1974
785 teams (including 171 girls teams) applied for the exchange, but only 33 girls teams could be exchanged, due to the lack of teams in Vancouver, B.C.
1975
1978
1,176 teams (with approximately 17,000 players) applied for the
exchange, but not all could be matched.
Approximately 2,000 teams applied for the exchange, but only 600 boys teams and 100 girls teams could be matched and participated in the exchange.
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TIMELINE
1961
At the root of Washington’s youth soccer growth is
the concept that any youth could play; Jack Goldingay from North Vancouver, B.C., brings this idea to
the Bellevue Boys Club where he starts a four team
program. Another contributor to Washington’s
youth soccer growth is the Canadian Exchange
Series, based on team exchanges between Seattle
and Vancouver, B.C., started by the Catholic Youth
Organization teams in the 1950s.
1966
In Tacoma, December 19, 1966, the first steps are
taken to form the Washington State Junior
Soccer Association.
1967
1968/1969
The Tacoma Wanderers travel to England to play
and train with English teams. During their travels,
they got to meet many great English players.
The first State Annual General Meeting is held.
1970
The formation of the first Washington State
Junior Soccer Tournament with 150 teams
competing.
1971
The organization grows to 8 Associations, with
10,000 boys playing. The eight Associations
include Eastside (EYSA), Federal Way Junior Soccer
Association, South County Junior Soccer Association, Tacoma (TPCJSA), Seattle, Highline Soccer,
Greater Renton Soccer Association and Lake
Washington Junior Soccer.
1972
Girls soccer is officially recognized at the State
Annual General Meeting in June 1972. The Canadian Exchange Series grows considerably, with 703
Washington State Junior Soccer Association teams
participating.
1973
Effective August 1, 1973, the IRS grants Washington
State Junion Soccer Association the Tax-Exempt
status. Girls soccer continues to grow with 120
teams.
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1974
Cultural aspects of the game show increased
emphasis with at least 3 teams undertaking a
European Tour during the summer, as well as
the arrival of a German entourage of 2 teams
during July.
1975
The United States Youth Soccer Association
(USYSA) is born, self-administered as a division
of the United States Soccer Federation (USSF).
1976
The 10th Anniversary of Washington State
Junior Soccer Association is celebrated on
December 19, 1976.
1978
The close working relationship with the NASL
Seattle Sounders continues on various programs. On April 22, 1978, Washington State
Junior Soccer Association becomes Washington State Youth Soccer Association.
1977
A new centralized Washington State Junior Soccer
Association Office opens in Tukwila. Washington
State Junior Soccer Association is considered one of
the three backbones of the US Youth Soccer
Association (with California and Texas being the
other two).
1979
Washington State Youth Soccer Association hosts
the Pacific Coast International Youth Soccer Tournament and Convention in Seattle in May.
1980
For the first time, Washington State Youth
Soccer Association fields three select teams:
the Boys U18 and Boys U16 participated in
Sub-Regional tryouts. At the end of the season,
Washington State Youth Soccer Association
has 26 full Member Associations and 7
Associate Members.
1981
Washington State Youth Soccer Association
celebrates its 15th Anniversary. Two players from
Washington are selected to attend the National
Select Team Camp after their performances on the
Washington Select teams.
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1982
The Girls State Select Team Program begins in
January with the formation of four District Select
Teams. The number of Girls teams surpasses 1,000.
1984
Eight Washington State Youth Soccer Association
girls are selected to the National team for their play
on the Washington Select team.
1983
Washington State Youth Soccer Association has 33
full Member Associations and 1 Associate Member.
1985
A new relationship is formed between Washington
State Youth Soccer Association and the Tacoma
Stars indoor pro-soccer franchise. The Original
Seattle Sounders folded in 1983. Eleven teams
traveled overseas to Germany, England and Switzerland. Five foreign teams visited our state from
Germany, England, and Japan.
1986
Washington State Youth Soccer Association celebrates its 20th Anniversary. Twelve foreign teams
(10 German, 1 English, and 1 Swiss) visit Washington. Seven Washington teams travel abroad, visiting England, Ireland, Scotland, Sweden, Germany,
Belgium, France, China, Switzerland, Italy and
Russia. Keith Bleyer, Clint Carnell and Kasey Keller
are named to the U15 Regional squad and Eddie
Henderson, Bernd Strom and John Sylvester to the
U17 team. Kasey Keller was selected as one of the
two goalkeepers for the national U19 team and
participates in the Granatkin Tournament in Russia.
1987
There is a 27% increase in Washington State Youth
Soccer Association licensed coaches. Eastern Washington is the accepted to the Regional Olympic
Development Program. Olympic Development
Program Washington East (ODPWE) is born. This
is recognized by Region IV for participation. Hosts
Far West Regionals at 60 Acres. Hosts the US Youth
Girls U16 and U19 National Championships.
1989
1988
Soccer Fair and the FIFA inspection team visits to
Seattle to check out Husky Stadium as World Cup
game site, hosted our Centennial Summer Games
to celebrate our State’s 100th Birthday in Spokane.
Hosts the US Youth Girls U16 and U19 National
Championships.
Kasey Keller is awarded the 2nd Most Valuable
Player at the 1989 Youth World Cup in Saudi Arabia.
He and Chris Henderson are selected to the U.S.
National Team.
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1990
Washington State Youth Soccer Association
alum Michelle Akers-Stahl is the winner of the
first women’s Hermann Award for outstanding
college soccer. Michelle Thornsberry is selected
to the U.S. National Team.
1991
Washington State Youth Soccer Association coaching staff increases to 39.
1992
Four Washington State Youth Soccer Association alumni are on the U.S. National Team
winning the 1st Women’s World Championship played in China. Michelle Akers-Stahl is
awarded the Silver Ball (MVP runner-up) and
Golden Boot (scored most goals) and is MVP
of the final games. Shannon Higgins-Cirovski,
Lori Henry and Amy Griffin (Allmann) are other
Washington State Youth Soccer Association
players going to victory.
1994
Washington State Youth Soccer Association
implements the Optimum Teaching System:
micro-soccer (3v3) at the lowest age, building
to 7-a-side before the U12 graduate to 11-aside play. With 1994 USA World Cup, Washington State Youth Soccer Association hosts its
first U.S. National team game - featuring the
U.S. men vs. Russia’s World Cup team - and
more than 43,000 rabid soccer fans blow the
roof off the Kingdome in Seattle.
1993
Federal Way’s Justi Baumgardt receives national
recognition as the recipient of Umbro/Sonny Carter
Academic Scholarship and Parade Magazine’s
Player of the Year on the 1st Annual All-American
High School Soccer Team. Michelle French, Kent;
and Danielle Hamacher, Spokane, are also named
to Parade Magazine’s All-American High School
Team.
1995
Approaching the 30-year anniversary, player registration hits over the 100,000 mark. The renewed
Seattle Sounders return to Seattle’s Memorial Stadium featuring a host of Washington State Youth
Soccer Association alumni. Competing in their first
season, the Sounders finish first in league play, with
their coach named Coach of the Year, Jason Dunn
as Rookie of the Year, and Marcus Hahnemann as
Best Keeper. Chance Fry is recognized as American
Premier Soccer League’s (APSL) second all-time
leading scorer.
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1996
Washington State Youth Soccer Association celebrates its 30th Anniversary. A third level of Premier
play is added to encourage players to stay in the
program and give them a better avenue to the top.
1997
The Washington State Youth Soccer Association
Board of Directors creates the classic league,
eliminating the District-run Inter District Leagues.
1998
Lakeside midfielder Nancy Mikacenic and Richland
High School keeper Hope Solo, are selected to the
Parade Magazine’s All-American High School Girls
Soccer team. Zachary Tallman is named to the
BU16 National Team. Renton’s Marcus Hahnemann
and Everett’s Chris and Sean Henderson are playing
for the Colorado Rapids. Wade Webber plays for
Miami Fusion and Darren Sawatzky plays for the
Dallas Burn.
2000
Over 650 Washington State Youth Soccer Association teams enter State Cups and 350 teams enter
the American Cup Tournament. The Seattle Sounders send two teams (Boys U14 and U16) to Germany
for two weeks training with their affiliate, Werder
Bremen.
2002
Two doubleheader matches of the Women’s 2002
Gold Cup are played at Safeco Field (setting 2nd
highest attendance record in Gold Cup history). The
Men’s National Team plays against Honduras, also
at Safeco, as 38,543 fans watch the 4-0 win with
alum Kasey Keller in goal. The Men’s National Team
reaches the quarter finals for the first time ever at
World Cup 2002 in Japan and Korea.
1999
The U.S. wins the 1999 Women’s World Cup, defeating China in penalty kicks when Brandi Chastain
beats the goalkeeper as the last kicker. Washington
State Youth Soccer Association State office moves
to Federal Way.
2001
Eleven girls are named to the Region IV pools. Jennie Kunc, Maple Valley, was selected to attend the
Girl’s National Camp in Providence, RI. Eighteen
boys are selected to Region IV pools. Seattle Pacific
University announces plans to field a women’s soccer team starting in 2001.
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2003
Washington State Youth Soccer Association is
awarded the TOPSoccer grant. On November
6th, Karl Grosch is recognized for his achievements in the Federal Way area by dedicating a
new turn field to be named Karl Grosch Field.
2005
The Olympic Development Program (ODP),
which has helped develop and launch the
careers of hundreds of local players, such as
those listed above, makes history once again.
This year, WSYSA sent five teams to the U.S.
Youth Soccer Region IV ODP Championships
in Las Vegas; two return home as Regional
Champions, the Boys ’87 team and the Girls ’89
team. The Girls ’89 team was the same group
that won the coveted National ODP Championship title in 2004, the first in Washington State
Youth Soccer Association history. Nikolas “Nik”
Besagno - drafted first in the 2005 MLS Draft,
Preston Zimmerman - signs with Hamburg SV
of the German Bundesliga.
2007
Seattle Sounders capture the USL First Division
Championship for the second time in three
years and the MLS announce that Seattle willhave a professional team by the 2009 season.
2004
Spokane hosts the Region IV Championships where
Crossfire Premier ‘91 wins the GU12 age group,
and FC United ‘87 wins the BU16 age group; both
advance to Nationals in Orlando, FL.
2006
Washington State Youth Soccer Association celebrates its 40th year anniversary. Emerald City FC
‘92 White win the GU13 age group at Regionals in
Boise, ID and Crossfire Premier ‘90 Lombard win
the GU15 age group at Regionals in Boise, ID.
2008
Washington State Youth Soccer Association
becomes Washington Youth Soccer. The organization also makes an effort to help alleviate financial
pressures for many member families faced with
rising college costs. By establishing a Scholarship
Program, Washington Youth Soccer is now able to
distribute a total of $19,000 annually to freshmen
from each of the seven District regardless if they
chose to continue their soccer careers or not.
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2009
Seattle is granted an MLS franchise and Washington Youth Soccer becomes a valued partner
with the new professional team. The partnership
provides to be a valuable resource for Washington
Youth Soccer. Dozens of Washington players and
teams once again take the field on foreign soil;
countries included Costa Rica, New Zealand, Holland, Italy, and England. This year marks another
special fundraiser as support for local soccer Olympian and Coach Michelle French’s battle with cancer
garnered state-wide attention.
2011
Eastside FC 94 Red, winners of the Washington
Youth Soccer State Championships BU16division
in June, compiled a 2-1 record to place third at US
Youth Soccer National Championships in Phoenix
— the highest level of competitive soccer in the
United States.
2010
Crossfire Premier McCormick wins the BU14 age
group at Regionals in Albuquerque, NM. A new
division within the Technical Department is created
to develop the small-sided game programs and
initiatives.
2012
In March 2012, Washington Youth Soccer is awarded the U.S. Soccer Foundation Social Innovation
Fund Sub-Grant to support the implementation
of Soccer for Success in South Seattle area schools
starting the fall of 2012. Eastside FC win US Youth
Soccer National League and advance directly to
Nationals in Rock Hill, SC.
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HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES
PAST PRESIDENTS
Washington Youth Soccer Hall of Fame Inductees are
individuals with a minimum of five (5) years service to
Washington Youth Soccer whose contributions have
enriched youth soccer by their contributions with particular
emphasis on the individual’s contributions to Washington
Youth Soccer.
NameYear Inducted
NameYear Inducted
Michelle Akers1999
Maxine Burns1999
Jack Goldingay *
1999
Ted Hastings1999
Cor Van der meer *
1999
Linda Velie1999
Karl Grosch2000
Roman Struk2000
Dan Swain2000
Betty Schmeck
2000
Mike Ryan
2001
Tommy Grieve *
2001
Robin Chalmers2001
Jason Jones2001
Amy Griffin
2001
Jan Smisek2001
Karl Schreiber2003
Tom Webb2003
Frank Hall *
2003
Brian Schmetzer2004
Chance Fry
2004
Gerald Larson *
2004
Dave Painton2008
Jim McAlister2008
Pam Copple
2010
* deceased
Mike Ryan Jack Mickelberry
Tom Webb Karl Grosch Karl-Heinz Schreiber
Ozzie Gencoz* Gerald Larson*
Pam Copple
Jim Hughes Ron Copple Dick Mohrmann Wain Jackson Doug Andreassen * deceased
1966 – 1967 1967 – 1970
1970 – 1971
1971 – 1977
1977 – 1979 1979 – 1985
1985 – 1991
1991 – 1997
1997 – 1999
1999 – 2003
2003 – 2005
2005 – 2007
2007 – Present
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LIFE MEMBERS
Washington Youth Soccer Life Members and Honorary Life
Membership is granted to persons who, in the opinion of
the Board of Directors, have contributed their services in
such a manner as to warrant such recognition.
NameYear Inducted
NameYear Inducted
Karl Grosch 1977
Helga Grosch
1977
Karl-Heinz Schreiber 1979
Jack Goldingay *
1986
Ozzie Gencoz *
1986
Jack Mickelberry 1986
Harry Hawkins*
1987
Mike Ryan 1987
Tommy Grieve 1988
Ralph Sarff * 1989
Bev Reed 1989
Cor van der meer *
1989
Gerald Larson 1990
Roy Livermore 1990
Diana Johnson 1991
Ron Copple 1992
Ted Hastings 1992
Elenore Wheeler 1992
Dick Foster 1993
Pat Vondruska 1994
Joan Duke 1995
Pam Copple 1996
Dave Painton 1997
Frank Hall*
1997
Bobby Howe 1998
Dick Mohrmann 1998
Wain Jackson2000
Jim Holtzman2000
Mill Lewis2001
Jim Hughes 2003
Rod Falor 2003
Don Stephenso 2004
Morley Preppernau 2004
Gene Hummels *
2005
Jerry Posten 2005
Leanne Ehnat *
2005
Paige Harder 2005
Santa Krieble 2007
Marty Torres 2008
Dave Marincovich *
2008
* deceased
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KARL GROSCH
Karl Grosch has been in many key roles throughout Washington Youth Soccer’s history. He started out as a volunteer and coach
with Federal Way Soccer Association in the 1960s when his two sons began playing soccer. Karl also became a board member and
Member Association Representative for Federal Way Soccer Association before moving on to become the Washington State Youth
Soccer Association (now Washington Youth Soccer) Director of Commission in 1971. Later that year Karl was elected President of
Washington State Youth Soccer Association, a position he held from 1971 – 1977.
Karl’s most notable accomplishments include cofounding the Washington State Youth Soccer Referees Association and introducing a girls program in the 1971 – 1972 season. In 1977, Karl was inducted into the Washington State Youth Soccer Association Hall of
Fame for his many contributions to youth soccer.
As President, Karl brought his administrative expertise to Washington State Youth Soccer Association. The organization had previously been run from the basements of good intentioned volunteers, which Karl moved to a more professional setting. He opened
the first Washington State Youth Soccer Association office and hired an office staff to help the volunteers with their programs and
brought a structured organization that would reflect the expected growth of the program. Soon after, the programs of Washington
State Youth Soccer Association began to grow and this organizational structure was duplicated by many other states.
Karl’s accomplishments go beyond the state level, reaching to the youth national level. In the spring of 1974, Karl Grosch, Donald
Greer and Bob Nessler wrote the initial version of the US Youth Soccer Association (now known as US Youth Soccer) Constitution,
Bylaws, and Rule & Regulations. This action concluded a three year campaign to unite the diverse elements of youth soccer in the
U.S. The immediate effects of this move were:
a. b. c.
A united youth soccer program throughout the US by affiliation and self-government to enhance youth
development through national programs.
Common rules & regulations available to everybody in an effort to standardize play regarding ages, playing time, ball size, etc.
Regional competition for the U12, U14 and U16 players for the 1974 – 1975 season.
The biggest effect was the major decision by the 58th Annual Council of the USSF to adopt the previously mentioned Constitution,
Bylaws, and Rules & Regulations and to officially formulate the National Youth Soccer Association which later became known as US
Youth Soccer Association.
Karl was elected to the position of the first now known as US Youth Soccer Region IV Commissioner that year and held the first
Region IV meeting in February of 1975 in Las Vegas, Nevada. He served in this position from 1974 – 1976.
Later Karl was appointed as a USYSA member on the USSF National Planning Committee in 1983, then was later appointed
Chairman to that committee and served from 1983 – 1985. He was inducted into the Washington Youth Soccer Hall of Fame in 2000,
inducted into the US Youth Soccer Region IV Hall of Fame in 2001, and inducted into the US Youth Soccer Hall of Fame in 2010.
Karl Grosch Field
In honor of all of Karl’s contributions to youth soccer and the community of Federal Way, the Federal Way committee was looking
for a way to honor Karl. They found they could not name a building or facility after him because he was still alive. So the one thing
they could do is name a part of a facility for him; thus, the Karl Grosch Field was built in 2003 and is now the scene of soccer played
by all ages.
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ALUMNI
MALE ACCOMPLISHMENTS ON US NATIONAL TEAMS
& PROFESSIONAL LEAGUES
Name
Hometown
US National Team
Member/Player Pool
Professional League(s)
Membership
Bardsley, Gibson
Fall City
N/A
USL (2011 – 2012)
Bartro, Tim
Federal Way
N/A
USISL (1993), USLPDL (1994 – 1996), MISL
(1991 – 1996), USLPDL (1994 – 1996), NPSL
(1995), USL (1998)
Berry, Mark
Federal Way
N/A
MISL (1983 – 1987 & 1992), NSA (1985), NPSL
(1984 – 1991), AISA (1988 – 1989),
CISL(1990 – 1993)
Besagno, Jacob
Maple Valley
N/A
MLS (2005 – 2008), USL (2008),
USPDL (2009)
Besagno, Nikolas
Maple Valley
U17 (2005 – 2006)
USLPDL (2009), MLS (2005-2008)
Bennett, Carl
Lakeland
U20 (1980)
NASL (1980 – 1982)
Bettinger, Rees
Bellevue
U18
N/A
Bickham, Mark
Federal Way
N/A
NPSL, MISL, CISL, AISA (1985 – 1988)
Buitrago, Craig
Kent
N/A
USLPDL (2005)
Cameron, Jerry
Seattle
N/A
MSIL (1981 – 1982), WSA (1984 – 1985)
Carnell, Clint
Seattle
U20 (1980)
WSA (1988 – 1989)
Cascio, Jason
Redmond
N/A
USL (2008), USLPDL (2009)
Cox, Raphael
Tacoma
N/A
USLPDL (2007 – 2008),
MLS (2009 – 2010), USL(2011-2012)
Crook, Bill
Kent
1984
NASL (1982 – 1984), MISL (1984 – 1992),
USL (1994 – 1996), APSL (1990,1994 – 1996),
WSIL (1997 – 1999)
Crudo, Tony
Seattle
1979
1982 NASL (1977 – 1982), WSA (1987 – 1990),
MISL (1990 – 1996)
Downing, Nick
Redmond
U17 & U20
N/A
Dragovan, Benjamin
Monroe
N/A
USL (2006 – 2008)
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Name
Hometown
US National Team
Member/Player Pool
Professional League(s)
Membership
Dunn, Jason
Olympia
1994
APSL (1994 – 1996), MISL (1996 - 2002)
Durgan, Jeff
Tacoma
U20 (1983 – 1985)
NASL (1979 – 1984), MISL (1984 -1985)
Dutra, Tom
Olympia
N/A
USL (1996 - 1999)
Enneking, Mike
Seattle
N/A
MISL (1983 – 1985), WSA (1987), USL (1997)
Erickson, Ben
Seattle
U19, U20
CISL (1995 & 1997)
Eylander, Chris
Auburn
N/A
USL (2002 – 2003 & 2006 – 2009), MLS (2009)
Farrell, Jason
Seattle
U.S. Olympic Team Pool
(1991 – 1992)
A-League (1994 – 1996), MLS (1997 – 2000),
NPSL Indoor (1995 – 1996, 2000), USL 1st Division (2000 – 2005)
Finch, Jamie
Bellevue
N/A
NASL 2012
Fishbaugher, John
Redmond
N/A
USLPDL (2008 – 2009)
Forrest, Kevin
Seattle
N/A
USL & MLS (2008 – 2009)
Forrest, Ward
Seattle
N/A
NASL (1977 – 1979)
Fry, Chance
Bellevue
U16, U20 (National Team)
NASL & MISL (1983 – 1987), NASL (1994 – 1997)
Gardner, John
Kent
N/A
NPSL, MISL (1988 – 1994)
Gibbs, Grant
Federal Way
N/A
WSA (1985 – 1987), APSL (1988 – 1981)
Goldingay, Roger
Bellevue
N/A
NASL (1974 – 1976)
Gosslin, Mike
Kent
1992 National Team
USISL (1993), MISL (1991 – 1996),
USLPDL (1994 – 1996), NPSL (1995), USL (1998)
Goulet, Brent
Tacoma
1986 & 1990
WSA (1986 – 1987), England(1987 – 1988),
WSA (1989 – 1990), Germany (1991 – 1998)
Green, Daryl
Seattle
N/A
WSA (1986 – 1989), MISL (1988 – 1990),
APSL (1990)
Greenwood, Ricky
Federal Way
U16, U23
MLS (1996 – 1998), Germany (1999 – 2001)
Gunnell, Dennis
Seattle
N/A
WSA (1986)
THE HISTORY BOOK
ALUMNI
Name
Hometown
US National Team
Member/Player Pool
Professional League(s)
Membership
Gjertsen, Joey
Tacoma
N/A
USL (2005 – 2009), MLS (2010 – Present)
Hahneman, Marcus
Seattle
1994, 1996 &2006
(World Cup)
NASL & MLS (1994 – 2002) (2002 – 2009)
England & Germany
Hall, Geoff
Ballard
N/A
NASL (1982)
Hall, Tally
Gig Harbor
U23 (2008)
USLPDL (2006 & 2007 – 2009), Europe MLS
(2009 – Present)
Hamel, Fred
Seattle
N/A
NASL (1980 -1982)
Hamel, John
Seattle
N/A
WSA (1987 – 1990), MISL (1990 – 1996)
Hattrup, Peter
Seattle
N/A
WSA, MISL, WSL, APSL (1984-1990),
USL(1994 – 1995), MLS, USL, MISL,
AISA (1996 – 2001)
Hellenkamp, Chris
Tacoma
N/A
NASL (1981 – 1982), MISL (1982 – 1984), AISA
(1994 – 1995)
Henderson, Chris
Everett
U20, (1990 World Cup)
Europe (1994 – 1996), MLS (1996 – 2006)
Henderson, Eddie
Seattle
U17, U20, U23
WSA, APSL (1988 – 1990), MISL (1990 – 1998),
AISA (1990 – 1992)
Hendersen, Sean
Everett
U16, U18, U20
N/A
Hogenhout, Mark
Olympia
U18 (US National Team)
USL Sounders Draft
Holocher, Paul
Bothell
1996
APSL (1991 – 1992), USISL (1993 & 1996),
Austria (1993 – 1994), NASL & MLS (1995 –
1997)
Howes, Gregory
Tacoma
2001 – 2005
USL (2007), USPDL (2009), MISL (2000 – 2009)
Jenkins, Scott
Mercer Island
N/A
USL (1999 – 2005)
John, George
Shoreline
N/A
MLS (2009 – Present)
Johnson, Eric
Seattle
U18
N/A
Keller, Kasey
Lacey
U18, U20, 1990, 1998, 2002,
2006 World Cups
England (1992 – 1999) (2001 – 2008), Spain
(1999 – 2001), Germany (2005 – 2007), MLS
(2009 – 2011)
Killian, Lance
Seattle
U16 (1987)
N/A
THE HISTORY BOOK
ALUMNI
Name
Hometown
US National Team
Member/Player Pool
Koch, Jeff
Seattle
N/A
WSA (1986)
Krueger, Eddie
Seattle
U18
NASL (1978 – 1984), WSL (1984)
LaBelle, Rob
Tacoma
U18, U20 (2009)
N/A
Lemon, Martin
Bellevue
U20 (1980)
N/A
McAlister, Jimmy
Seattle
1977 – 1979
NASL (1976 – 1983), MISL (1983 – 1986)
McAllister, Bobby
Bellevue
N/A
NASL (1983)
McCormick, Dick
Seattle
N/A
WSA (1988 – 1990), USL (1991 – 1992),
Indoor Soccer (1989 – 1999)
McLaughlin, Ellis
Seattle
U17 (2007), U20 (2009)
MLS (2009-2010)
McMullen, Dave
Seattle
U20 (1980)
N/A
Medvet, Shawn
Issaquah
N/A
APSL (1990 – 1995), NPSL (Indoor) (1992 –
1996), MLS (1996 – 1999), USL (2000)
Merritt, Tim
Gig Harbor
N/A
USLPDL (2004 & 2008), MLS (2005 & 2009)
Neagle, Lamar
Tacoma
N/A
MLS (2009 – Present )
Viet, Than Nguyen
Federal Way
N/A
USL (1999 – 2005)
O’Brian, Ciaran
Federal Way
N/A
USLPDL (2007), MLS (2008 & 2009)
O’Brien, Leighton
Federal Way
N/A
MLS (1999 & 2005), USL (2001 – 2005
& 2006 – 2008), USPDL (2009)
Osterhage, Gary
Tacoma
U17 (National Team Pool
1983)
N/A
Payne, Dale
Auburn
N/A
AISA (1985 – 1988)
Palodichuk, Nicholas
Battleground
U17 (1992),
U20 (2009 – 2010)
N/A
Peterson, Mark
Tacoma
1980 – 1985
NASL (1980 – 1983), MISL (1983 – 1987), APSL
(1987)
Pingrey, Dan
Snohomish
N/A
WSL (1985), ASL (1990)
Professional League(s)
Membership
THE HISTORY BOOK
ALUMNI
Name
Hometown
US National Team
Member/Player Pool
Professional League(s)
Membership
Prideaux, Brandon
Renton
N/A
NASL (1998), MLS (1999 – 2009)
Ready, Troy
Spokane
N/A
USL (2006 – 2009), Norway (2009)
Richards, Brent
Camas
N/A
MLS (2012 – Present)
Richey, Spencer
Seattle
U17 (2009), U20 (2010)
N/A
Ritchie, Bryan
Sequim
U23 (2002)
N/A
Rowe, Kelyn
Federal Way
U18 (2008 – 2010), U20
(2010)
MLS ( 2012 – Present)
Royer, Darren
Seattle
U16 (1987)
N/A
Russell, Ian
Seattle
N/A
USL (1998 – 1999), MLS (2000 – 2007)
Sagare, Jake
Yakima
U23 (2002)
USL (2001, 2003, 2005), England (2005),
USLPDL (2008 – Present)
Sakemoto, Robert
Kent
U16 (1987)
APSL (1990)
Sawatzky, Darren
Federal Way
US Olympic Team Pool
(1995 – 1996)
USLPDL (1995), MSL (1997), MLS (1996, 1997,
1999, 2001, 2002), USL (2000 & 2002 – 2004),
MISL/USISL (Indoors)
Schmetzer, Andy
Seattle
Futsal (1985 – 1989)
WSA ,MISL (1985 – 1990), NPSL (1990 – 2001),
USL (1997)
Schmetzer, Brian
Seattle
N/A
NASL (1980 – 1983 & 1984 – 1988), USISL (1983
– 1984), WSA (1985), MISL(1988 – 1991), USL
(1994), CISL (1995)
Schmetzer, Walter
Seattle
N/A
WSA (1985), MISL (1986 – 1989)
Scott, Brian
Bellevue
U16 (1987)
WSA (1987)
Screws, Homer
Tacoma
N/A
MISL, ASL, NPSL (1988 – 1990)
Sedlacek, Tim
Federal Way
N/A
USL, MISL, NPSL, AISA (1984 – 1986)
Siebers, Kurt
Bellevue
N/A
NPSL, AISA (1984 – 1986)
Smith, Garret
Seattle
N/A
WSL (1989), WSA (1990), MISL (1990-1991),
CISL (1993 – 1995)
THE HISTORY BOOK
ALUMNI
Name
Hometown
US National Team
Member/Player Pool
Professional League(s)
Membership
Sleeth, Billy
Seattle
N/A
MLS (2000), USL (2001 – 2005)
Somoza, Ben
Edmonds
U23 (2002)
MLS (2001- 2005)
Stock, Jeff
Seattle
N/A
NASL (1980 – 1983), MISL (1983 – 1984), NASL
(1984), MISL (1985 – 1986), WSA (1987 – 1988)
Suazo-Ramirez,Andres
Burien
U17 (1990)
N/A
Tallman, Zach
Gig Harbor
U16 (1987)
N/A
Trager, Joseph
Bellevue
U20 (1980, 1982)
N/A
Vaughn, Danny
Tacoma
N/A
NASL (1978 – 1981), ASL (1982)
Waibel, Craig
Bellevue
N/A
PDL (1997 – 1998), USL (1999 – 2000),
MLS (2000 – 2010)
Wall, Geoffrey
Tacoma
U20
NASL (1983), MISL (1983 – 1986), USL (1984),
APSL & WSA (1985 – 1988)
Weaver, Cam
Kent
N/A
USL (2006), Norway (2006 – 2009),
MLS (2009 – Present)
Webber, Wade
Auburn
N/A
WSA (1986 – 1987), WSL (1989), ASL (1990),
USL (1994 – 1996), MLS (1997 – 1999)
Wenzel, Daniel
Federal Way
U17 (2007), U20 (2009)
N/A
West, Thomas Adam
Gig Harbor
N/A
USL (2007 – 2008), MISL (2007), USLPDL (2009),
USL (2010)
Zell, Kit
Seattle
N/A
NASL (1976)
Zimmerman, Brandon
Pasco
U15, U17 (2007)
USLDPL (2007 – 2009), Germany (2008)
Zimmerman, Preston
Pasco
U20, U23 (2008)
Germany (2007 – Present)
Yedlin, DeAndre
Seattle
u20 (2011)
N/A
Zipp, Robert
Seattle
N/A
NASL (1981 – 1988)
THE HISTORY BOOK
ALUMNI
FEMALE ACCOMPLISHMENTS ON US NATIONAL TEAMS
& PROFESSIONAL LEAGUES
US National Team
Member/Player Pool
Professional League(s)
Membership
Name
Hometown
Akers-Stahl, Michelle
Seattle
World Cup (1985 – 2000),
N/A
Olympic Teams (1984 & 1991)
(1996 & 2000), FIFA Order of
Merit (1998), Player of Century
(2002),USFA
Baumgardt-Yamada,
Justi
Federal Way
U16, U18, U20 (1993 – 1997)
WUSA (2003)
Bender, Denise
Seattle
N/A
WSWSA (1982 – 1986)
Bennet, Kate
Bellevue
U16 (2007), U17 (2008),
U20 (2009)
USL (2006 – 2007)
Boon, Elisabeth
Washougal
U15 (2009)
N/A
Boyer, Denise
Tacoma
National Team Pool 1985
N/A
Calkins (Stiles), Kim
Spokane
U20 (National Team Pool
1997 – 1998)
WUSA Boston Breakers, San Diego Spirit
(2001 – 2002)
Coplin, Keri
Federal Way
U19 (National Team Pool 1985) N/A
Deines, Kathleen
Bellevue
N/A
USL-W (2003 – 2009)
Dutra, Jody
Lacey
U16
USL-W (1996)
Ellertson (Frimpong),
Tina
Vancouver
U21 (2004 – 2005)
USL-W (2003 – 2005), WPS (2009 – 2011)
Elston, Lindsay
Sammamish
U18 (2009 – 2010), U20 (2011)
USL-W (2012)
Erickson, Meotis
Kennewick
U16
WUSA (2001)
Falk, Allison
Renton
N/A
WPS (2009 – 2011)
Farrell, Isabel
Bellevue
U17 (2009 – 2010)
N/A
French, Michelle
Burien
Olympic Team (2000)
N/A
Gegg, Gretchen
Tacoma
National Team (1986 – 1990)
N/A
THE HISTORY BOOK
ALUMNI
Name
Hometown
US National Team
Member/Player Pool
Professional League(s)
Membership
Gilbert, Brooke
Snohomish
U17 (2009)
N/A
Griffin (Allman), Amy
Federal Way
1987 – 1991,
World Cup (1984 & 1991)
N/A
Gordon, Cindy
Des Moines
World Cup
(1985 – 1986, 1991)
N/A
Henry, Lori
Seattle
World Cup (1991)
N/A
Higgins-Cirovski,
Shannon
Kent
1987 – 1991
US National Soccer Hall of Fame (2002)
LaFontaine-Kussman,
Jorden
Lakewood
U17
National Olympic Player Development
(2004, 2005 & 2007)
Lee, Lucretia
Bothell
U16 (2007), U20 (2010)
N/A
LePeilbet, Amy
Spokane
U21 (2002 – 2003),
(2004 – Present)
WPS, USL-W (2000 – 2005, 2008),
WUSA, WPS (2009 – 2011)
Manthey, Megan
Ferndale
N/A
Danish Leagues (2009 – 2011), USL-W (2012)
McIntosh, Wynne
Seattle
U20 (1993)
N/A
McMurtry, Sharon
Bothell
U17 (1985 National Team)
N/A
Mikacenic, Nancy
Seattle
U17, U18 (1987 – 1988)
N/A
Mykines, Marissa
Spokane
U16 (2006 – 2007)
N/A
Patterson, Lindsey
Puyallup
N/A
USL-W (2006 – 2008), WPS (2009 – 2010)
Pochman, Erin
Mercer Island
1995 – 1996
N/A
Rasmussen, Kelsey
Gig Harbor
U16 (2001 – 2002)
N/A
Reiser, Sophie
Seattle
U23 (2009 – 2010)
USL (2006, 2007, 2010)
Reynolds, Kat
Medina
U23 (2007)
USL, WMLS, USL, PDL (2006 – Present)
Ridgewell, Kathy
Seattle
1985 – 1987 National Team
N/A
Robinson, Shelley
North County
U16 (1991 – 1992)
N/A
Sari, Lisa
Longview
U21 (2006), U23 (2007)
WPS 2009
THE HISTORY BOOK
ALUMNI
Name
Hometown
US National Team
Member/Player Pool
Professional League(s)
Membership
Shaefter, Annie
Yakima
U16 (1990), U19 (2002)
N/A
Solo, Hope
Richland
U16 (1996), U18 (1998), U21
(2001 – 2002), WUSA (2003),
Sweden (2004), France
(2005), WPS (2008 – 2009),
World Cup (2007),Olympic
(2004, 2008, 2009)
WPS AllstarTeam (2009), MVP-Algarve Cup
(2009), US Athlete of Year (2009)
Tashiro, Kerri
Seattle
1986 – 1989 National Team
N/A
Thornsbury, Michelle
North-County
U16 (1990 – 1993)
N/A
Wright, Elisabeth
Redmond
U14, U15, U16
N/A
Yokers, Kimberly
Seattle
U21 (1998)
WPS (2004 – 2008), WUSA (2009)
THE HISTORY BOOK
ALUMNI
PROFESSIONAL LEAGUES LEGEND
AISA
American Indoor Soccer Association
(1988 – 1998)
APSL
American Professional Soccer League
(1990 – 1996)
ASL
American Soccer League
(1921 – 1933)
CISL
Continental Indoor Soccer League
(1989 – 1997)
MISL
Major Indoor Soccer League
(1978 – 1992 & 2001 – 2008)
MLSMajor League Soccer(1996 – Present)
NPSL
National Professional Soccer League (Indoor)
(1984 – 2001)
NASL
North American Soccer League
(1968 – 1985)
USISL
US Interregional Soccer League
(1990 – 1999)
USLUnited Soccer League(1984 – 1985)
USLPD
USL Premier Development League
(1995 – Present)
USL-W
United Soccer League W-League
(1995 – Present)
WPS
Woman’s Professional Soccer
(2007 – 2011)
WSAWestern Soccer Alliance(1986 – 1989)
WSLWestern Soccer League(1989)
WPSL
Woman’s Premier Soccer League
(1997 – Present)
WUSA
Woman’s United Soccer Association
(2000 – 2003)
THE HISTORY BOOK
ALUMNI
OLYMPIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Before the Olympic Development Program (ODP) was introduced, Region IV wrote initiatives to provide regional competition
for the U12, U14, and U16 players for the 1974 – 1975 season. This would give players in their respective States the opportunity to
compete and ultimately get a call up to compete at the Regional and National level. The US Youth Soccer Olympic Development
Program was introduced in 1977. It provided high level training for those who were qualified. Another focus was to increase the
development of the players of the age groups. The Olympic Development Program in Washington was changed to the Elite Player
Development (or EPD) in 2010. The EPD is the same format of promoting the best talent in Washington State.
In 1982, an ODP program for girls was created to promote the rising success of girls soccer around the country and in Washington.
THE HISTORY BOOK
ALUMNI
HONOR ROLL
Players who have represented our state on either the Regional (R) or National (N) Olympic Development Program Teams
Michelle Akers-Stahl
N
Ely Allen
N
McKenzie Barney
R
Justi Baumgardt
N
Kathryn Bennett
R
Tami BennettR
Melissa BennettR
Nikolas Besagno
N
Reese BettingerR
Caroline Brawner
R
Tiana BrockwayR
Chelsea Bumbaugh
R
Kim Calkins (Stiles)
N
Russell Cahill
R
Scott Campbell
R
Heather Cato
R
Katherine Clayton
R
Taylor Cochran
R
Katherine Deines
N
Nick Downing
N
Jody Dutra
N
Tina Ellertson (Frimpong)
N
Bree EdwardsR
Ben Erickson
N
Meotis Erickson
N
Matt Flynn
N
Amy FournierR
Sterling FlounderR
Michael Francis
N
Michelle French
N
Chance Fry
N
Brooke GilbertR
Janae Godoy
N
Adrianna Gonzalez-Medina
R
Brent Goulet
N
Ricky Greenwood
R
Hannah GriegR
Tim GreyR
Amy Griffin (Allman)
N
Marcus Hahneman
N
Devyn Hawkins
N
Hilary Heath
N
Chris Henderson
N
Sean HendersonR
Lori Henry
N
Shannon Higgins-Cirovski
N
Brett HiteR
Taylor HossR
Emily HurdR
Paul HurmeR
Stanley R. JamesR
Jill JensenR
Erik Johnsen
N
Kasey Keller
N
Lance Killian
R
Jennie Kunc
R
Jorden Kussmann
N
Rob LaBelleR
Tamryss LaneR
Rachell LassmanR
Matthew Laughlin
R
Lucretia LeeR
Samantha LeeR
Joey MancusoR
Seth MarshR
James MaternR
Nicole Martinez
R
Sarah Martinez
R
Jenny MartiniR
Wynne McIntosh
N
Ellis McLoughlin
N
Meegan McMullin
R
Tim Merritt
N
Nancy Mikacenic
N
Megan MillerR
Nicole Murray
R
Katherine Myhre
R
Marissa Mykines
N
Ciaran O’Brien N
Tracy OsborneR
Tiara PittmanR
Erin PochmanR
Lauren PrevisR
Jeremy Proud
N
Kelsey Rassmussen
N
Katherine Reynolds
R
Kassandra Riozzi
R
Gabriella Rodriguez
R
Brian ScottR
Ruth ScottR
Annie Schefter
N
Brian Schmetzer
R
Shannon Schueren
R
Hope Solo
N
James Stark
N
Andres Suazo-Ramirez
N
Zach Tallman
N
Rebecca ThomasR
Michelle Thornsberry
R
Laura Uhlmansiek
R
James VertR
Ava VogelR
Daniel Waltman
R
Mason WebbR
Tammy Westinghouse
R
Courtney Wetzel
R
Daniel Wenzel
N
Elizabeth Wright
R
Kimberly Yokers
R
Adam ZielskeR
Brandon Zimmerman
N
Preston Zimmerman
N
THE HISTORY BOOK
REFEREES
REEREES AT HIGHER LEVELS
In the beginning ofyouth soccer in Washington, matches were supervised by parents and volunteers. Later referee associations
were established and are an integral part of our soccer system and community. A few referees from our area have climbed the
ranks and have officiated games in Major League Soccer.
In 1996 Frank Gorog, Oscar Myre and Mohammed Zarabbi-Kashani became referees at the Major League Soccer level.
Bellingham’s Sandy Hunt became the first woman to run the middle of a Major League Soccer game when she officiated the
Chicago Fire vs. Kansas City Wizards match in 1998.
In fall 2011, Washington Youth Soccer created the position of Referee Program Director to build a referee program and fully
integrate referee development with our coach and player development programming. The new position was created to address
the growing need in the area of referee development and to help aide our soccer communication, accountability and transparency.
Washington Youth Soccer acknowledges that referees are critical to the game of soccer and is committed to include referees in finding solutions to improve the overall level of competition.
In the 2011/20012 season, the Elite Referee Development (ERD) program was formed. The new referee program mirrors the Elite
Player Development program – the top identified referees are selected into the program, which focuses on combining development
curriculums into one umbrella program. Designed for the top echelon of selected referees, the ERD is a program that has been
created to develop Major League Soccer and U. S. Soccer National Referees.
The number of registered USSF referees is growing every year in Washington and Washington Youth Soccer’s new referee programming will foster the development of this very important part of our soccer community. Referees are an integral part of the game,
and developing our young referees in the same way we do our players is an important step in growing the game and our youth’s
development. The goal of integrating referee programming into Washington Youth Soccer’s overall programming is to create a
stronger environment where referees can grow and succeed; and in turn continue to grow referee registration and participation.
THE HISTORY BOOK
REFEREES
NUMBER OF REGISTERED USSF REFEREES
THE HISTORY BOOK
MEMBERSHIP
ASSOCIATIONS
Name
Acronym
Eastside Youth Soccer Association
Federal Way Soccer Association
South Snohomish County Youth Soccer Association
Tacoma Pierce County Junior Soccer Association Seattle Youth Soccer Association Greater Renton Junior Soccer Association Highline Soccer Association Lake Washington Youth Soccer Association Northshore Youth Soccer Association Auburn Youth Soccer Association Mount Rainier Soccer Association *
North County Youth Soccer Association Thurston County Youth Soccer Association Southwest Washington Youth Soccer Association Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association Wenatchee Valley Youth Soccer Association Kent Youth Soccer Association Kitsap Peninsula Youth Soccer Association *
Kittitas Valley Junior Soccer Association *
Olympic Youth Soccer Association Tri-Cities Youth Soccer Association Spokane Valley Junior Soccer Association Whidbey Island Youth Soccer Association Yakima Youth Soccer Association Columbia Basin Youth Soccer Association Lower Yakima Valley Youth Soccer Association
North Central Youth Soccer Association Walla Walla Youth Soccer Association Whatcom County Youth Soccer Association Cowlitz Youth Soccer Association Grays Harbor Youth Soccer Association Skagit Valley Youth Soccer Association Lewis County Youth Soccer Association Spokane Youth Sports Association Soccer * East County Youth Soccer Association Foothills Youth Soccer Association Narrows Youth Soccer Association Maple Valley Youth Soccer Association Northwest Sound Youth Soccer Association Deschutes Youth Soccer Association Pullman Soccer Club Association Snohomish Youth Soccer Association
Inland Empire Youth Soccer Association
(EYSA)
(FWSA)
(SSCYSA)
(TPCJSA)
(SYSA) (GRJSA) (HSA) (LWYSA)
(NYSA)
(AYSA)
(MRSA)
(NCYSA)
(TCYSA)
(SWYSA)
(SnVYSA)
(WVYSA)
(KYSA)
(KPYSA)
(KVJSA)
(OYSA)
(T-CYSA)
(SpVJSA)
(WIYSA)
(YYSA)
(CBYSA)
(LYVYSA)
(NCenYSA)
(WWYSA)
(WCYSA)
(CYSA)
(GHYSA)
(SkVYSA)
(LCYSA)
(SYSAS)
(ECYSA)
(FYSA)
(NarYSA)
(MpVSA)
(NSYSA)
(DYSA)
(PSCA)
(SYSA)
(IEYSA)
* Association has since been dissolved
Year of Affiliation
1972
1968
1997
1976
1969
1973
1970
1971
1974
1974
1974
1974
1974
1976
1976
1980
1977
1977
1977
1983
1975
1985
1983
1985
1981
1981
1981
1981
1993
1982
1982
1980
1983
1983
1993
1996
1997
1972
1998
2004
2005
1989
2010
THE HISTORY BOOK
MEMBERSHIP
TEAM & PLAYER NUMBERS THROUGH THE YEARS
Year
Number of Teams
Number of Players
BoysGirlsTotalBoysGirlsTotal
1965
14
0
14
196
0
196
1966
20
0
20
320
0
320
1967
30
0
30
480
0
480
1968
311
0
311
4665
0
4665
1969
493
0
493
7365
0
7365
1970
680
0
680
10840
0
10840
1971808080811312011312
1972
789
197
986
11358
4417
15776
1973
936
204
1140
14976
3264
18240
1974
1174
320
1494
18784
5120
23904
1975
1377
458
1835
19642
7412
27054
1976
1691
591
2282
23744
9449
33193
1977
2131
750
2881
31144
12640
46784
1978
2428
886
3314
38248
14000
52248
1979
2415
917
3332
38672
14640
53312
1980
2710
974
3684
46339
15840
62179
1981
3251
1143
4394
51820
18632
70452
1982
2993
1584
4577
48822
24411
73233
1983
3225
1613
4838
51613
25806
77419
1984
3033
1516
4549
54234
18551
72785
1985
2892
1446
4338
52162
17241
69403
1986
3160
1168
4328
50568
18688
69256
1987
3589
1327
4916
51323
19959
71282
1988
3909
1246
5155
56632
18465
75097
1989
4013
1484
5497
55408
21548
76956
1990
4014
1484
5498
55415
21550
76965
1991
4646
1728
6374
56529
22493
79022
1992
4650
1783
6433
58343
22691
81039
1993
4766
1833
6599
62624
23163
85787
1994
5206
1925
7131
67674
25030
92704
1995
5355
1980
7335
73938
28754
102692
1996
5682
2100
7782
79532
29416
108948
1997
6048
2237
8285
83516
32479
115995
1998
6248
2311
8559
86274
33550
119824
1999
6558
2426
8984
90558
35217
125775
2000
6466
2391
8857
89280
34720
124000
2001
6361
2353
8714
87840
34160
122000
2002
6347
2348
8695
87644
34083
121727
2003
6483
2398
8881
89518
34812
124330
2004
6345
2347
8692
87610
34070
121680
2005
6340
2346
8686
87550
34048
121598
2006
6420
2374
8794
88637
34470
123107
2007
6572
2430
9002
90734
35286
126020
2008
6682
2471
9153
92260
35879
128139
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TEAM & PLAYER NUMBERS THROUGH THE YEARS
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Number of Players
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2010
2011
2012
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2353
8713
5940
2197
8137
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82020
31898
113918
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PERPETUAL TROPHIES
The Sir Thomas Lipton Trophy
This cup was presented to the City of Seattle Youth Soccer Club by the Irish Tea Magnate Sir Thomas Lipton in 1926. Sir Thomas is
best remembered for his success of his sailing ships which were contenders for the America Cup as well as being a well known name
in the tea business. Jack Simmons, who was secretary of WSSFA, had written a letter to Sir Thomas Lipton asking him to donate a
trophy to the youth soccer players in Seattle. The customs office notified WSSFA that there was a parcel waiting for them and that
a customs duty was due. After some research, it was determined that Sir Thomas Lipton had paid the customs duty in England. The
cup was first used in what was then called a Saturday League of High School students playing soccer.
The Lipton Trophy is a large sterling silver trophy sitting on a black base standing around three feet high. It was the highest award
that a youth soccer team could obtain in Washington State during that time. Champions in Division 1 and the teams entering into
competition for this trophy had to be under the jurisdiction of an affiliated Club/Association of Washington Youth Soccer. Prior to
1970, the Sir Thomas Lipton Cup had been used as an open Challenge Trophy for teams in Divisions 1 and 2.
When Washington Youth Soccer voted to hold the Washington Youth Soccer Challenge Cup, it was decided to use this trophy as the
perpetual trophy for the winners of the final game in the Division 1 playoffs. As a perpetual trophy, it was being used each year in
the tournament as the Division 1 trophy. There is a considerable sentimental value to this trophy, however, much of the early history
details are unknown.
The known winners of the Sir Thomas Lipton Trophy are:
YearTeamAssociation
1964
Wallingford Boys Club
N/A
1965
Not Awarded
N/A
1966
Bellevue Boys Club
ESJSA
1967
Buchan Juniors
SJSA
1968
Triumph Continental Motors
SCJSA
1969
Federal Old Line Juniors
SJSA
1970SundownersESJSA
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The Hamilton Douglas Trophy
The Hamilton Douglas Trophy was awarded to Washington Youth Soccer in 1926 by Hamilton Douglas. This is all we know about the
trophy. Washington Youth Soccer decided to use this trophy for the winners in the Division 2 final game in the Washington Youth
Soccer Challenge Cup.
This trophy has a few name plates on its base, showing that it was won by
the following teams:
YearTeamAssociation
1926
1927
1946
1947
1948
1955
1967
1968
1969
1970
Green Lake Soccer Club
Green Lake Soccer Club
Wallingford Boys Club
Rainier Boys Soccer Team
Rainier Boys Soccer Team
St. John’s Soccer Team
Triumph Continental Motors
Triumph Continental Motors
Tacoma Wanderers
Olsen’s United
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
SCJSA
SCJSA
TPCJSA
ESJSA
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The Wickman Pie Cup
This trophy was given to Washington Youth Soccer by the owners of the Wickman Pie Company in Seattle. This company sponsored
several senior soccer teams and several youth soccer teams in the Greater Seattle area. This trophy was presented in 1947. It is sterling silver and stands about 20 inches high. Later on, a square mahagony base was made for this trophy.
The team winners had been engraved on the trophy itself. In the beginning, it had been used as a league trophy. Later it was used as
the winner’s trophy for the Division 3 final game for the Washington Youth Soccer Challenge Cup.
The winners of the Wickman Pie Cup are:
YearTeamAssociation
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950 – 1954
1955
1956 – 1967
1968
1969
Queen Anne
Georgetown
Greenlake Soccer Club
Fremont
Not Awarded
St. John’s
Not Awarded
Lake Hills Spartans
Federal Way Old Line Juniors
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
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The George Clifton Trophy
This trophy was given in 1968 to the Bellevue Boys Club Youth Soccer program in honor of George Clifton who was a past President
of the WSSFA. At that time, the Bellevue Boys Club was sponsoring the only youth soccer played around in the Greater Seattle Eastside area. In 1969, this trophy was passed on to Washington Youth Soccer, and was awarded as the fourth place trophy in the last
playoff for the Sir Thomas Lipton Trophy.
The winners of the George Clifton Trophy are:
YearTeamAssociation
1969
1970
Port Orchard Mariners Mark Sherman
ESJSA
N/A
Seattle Post Intelligencer Trophies
The following trophies were presented to the Wasington Youth Soccer by the Seattle Post Intelligencer Newspaper. These tropies
were silver with a soccer player standing on top. The trophy sits on a square mahagony base. The names of the winners have been
engraved on a metal plate located on the base.
The winners of the Seattle Post Intelligencer Trophies are:
Year
DivisionTeamAssociation
1970
1970
1970
1970
1970
4
5
6
7
8
Ravenna Motors Wheelers
Barney & Al’s Shamrock
Newport Huskies
Newport Sharks
Not Awarded
SCJSA
ESJSA
ESJSA
ESJSA
N/A
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OUTREACH PROGRAMS
TOPSOCCER
The Outreach Program for Soccer (TOPSoccer) is our program for players 4 years of age and older who have
developmental and/or physical disabilities. The program is based on skill level, not age, and participants include
players, coaches and buddies – volunteers who are paired with each player to assist with the game.
TOPSoccer creates an opportunity for players with disabilities to be part of the soccer community, where they grow
emotionally and physically and where their families, coaches and buddies connect to share in the joy of playing soccer.
TOPSoccer Timline
2000The TOPSoccer program begins in 2000.
2002
In July, TOPSoccer players lead the charge as they
parade around what is now CenturyLink Field during Opening
Ceremonies. TOPSoccer players play the very first game ever to be held at the stadium. USL Seattle Sounders players join in the game.
2003
Jamie Doran recieves the first TOPSoccer Buddy of the Year Award at the Washington State Youth Soccer Association Awards Dinner
2004
In June, the first TOPSoccer Celebration, an event to
introduce TOPSoccer to the soccer and non-soccer
community and to assist with starting the Tukwila program
is held at Starfire.
In August, the fiirst TOPSoccer Coaches Clinic, (field session only) is held in Tacoma. Clinicians are Oregon TOPSoccer Coaching Director Jimmy Conway and Oregon TOPSoccer State Chair Diane Smith.
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2005
In June, the first TOPSoccer Jamboree is held in Edmonds.
It is preceded with a March to the Match with each group
carrying signs designating which District they represented.
In November, the first participation at the Washington State Youth Soccer Association Presidents Cup Finals occurs.
The Dream Big video is produced.
2006
In April, an Appreciation Lunch for Coaches and
Administrators includes speakers on Autism.
2008
In April, Washington State Youth Soccer Association hosted the very first National TOPSoccer Certification Course with over 90 participants.
Activities Ring and Volunteer Brochure are created.
2009
Continued work and updates to Activities Ring.
2011TOPSoccer partnered with Special Olympics Washington
TOPSoccer Featured in Komo 4’s Erik’s Little Heroes.
2012
Activity Rings is now a PDF that can be downloaded from the Washington Youth Soccer wesbite.
Special Olympics Washington hosts the first annual
TOPSoccer competition in Marysville, WA.
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SOCCER FOR SUCCESS
Soccer for Success is the U.S. Soccer Foundation’s innovative youth development program that uses soccer as a tool
to combat childhood obesity and promote healthy lifestyles for children in under-resource urban communities.
U.S. Soccer Foundation, on behalf of the Corporation for National and Community Services awarded Washington Youth Soccer the Social Innovation Fund Sub-Grant to support the implementation of Soccer for Success in South Seattle area schools in March of 2012.
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SOCCER ACROSS WASHINGTON
Soccer Across Washington is designed to provide the opportunity for all players regardless of geography,
economics, gender, language barriers, or ethnicity to be introduced to Washington Youth Soccer. In the true
spirit of the game, to afford, foster and provide opportunities for playing soccer in Washington State. Soccer
Across Washington provides a network that offers soccer training, administrative guidance, equipment
assistance, and technical support to our communities.
SOCCER IN SCHOOLS
The Soccer in Schools program goal is to offer students the opportunity to learn about the importance of maintaining
a healthy lifestyle through the enjoyment of playing soccer. The In-Class Programs and After School Programs are
provided in partnership with your local youth soccer club who use their youth development expertise to help students
create a healthy lifestyle through soccer. For the Washington Youth Soccer Clubs and Associations, this program offers
the opportunity to connect with your local youth populations by introducing them to the wonderful sport of soccer.
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LEAGUES
REGIONAL CLUB LEAGUE
Washington Youth Soccer’s Regional Club League (RCL) is comprised of the top 21 clubs in the state and provides the
highest level league play and player development.
To be named a Regional Club, Clubs must adhere to the Regional Club League Charter, which outlines rigorous
standards including criteria and levels of coaching licensure, player development curriculum and training guidelines
to ensure standardizations across the League and that all Clubs are of equivalent caliber.
The RCL is for players U10 – U19 and beginning in 2012, will also deliver programming for U7, U8 and U9 players in
accordance with USSF development principles gathered from top clubs throughout the world. These development
ages are being given Academy formats to train and play into the game’s best practices.
The RCL features flexibility in scheduling, the highest competitive level of play for teams in Washington Youth Soccer
and a commitment to development for each individual player.
STATE LEAGUE
The State League is a league within Washington Youth Soccer that is open to any competitive team from U14 to U19
that is registered to Washington Youth Soccer through US Youth Soccer. The goal is to create a league that emphasizes proper developmental techniques as set out in the Long Term Player Development curriculum while creating a competitive
league season for Select and Regional club teams desiring a high level of play and travel across the state. Teams are
placed in the State League based on the previous season’s league standings and State Cup results.
The State League season is traditionally broken into two parts based on gender/age: BU14-19 and GU14 play a fall
season that starts the first Saturday after Labor Day, and GU15 – GU19 play a winter/spring season that usually starts
late January. The seasons are split to accommodate the high school soccer seasons set by Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA), with HS boys play beginning in late February/early March and HS girls play running
from September through November.
PORTLAND METRO LEAGUE
The Portland Metro League is a collaboration by Washington Youth Soccer and Oregon Youth Soccer that will provide
a competitive league focusing on regional “like vs. like” play in Southwest Washington and the Portland Metro area.
All Region 5 Washington Youth Soccer teams are eligible for play in the league.
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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
Regional Champions
1983
1996 1997 1997 1999 2002 2003 2004 2004 2006 2006 2009 2010 2011 Goalpost wins Boys U16 Regional Championships in Federal Way, WA
FC Royals wins Girls U17 & U18 Regional Championships
Eagles ’81 win Girsl U15 Regional Championships in West Jordan, UT
FC Royals ’80 win Girls U16 Regional Championships in West Jordan, UT
FC United ’80 win Boys U18 Regional Championships in Bakersfield and San Bernardino, CA
NWN Fusion win Girls U13 Regional Championships in West Jordan, UT
Crossfire Premier James win Boys U14 Regional Championships in Honolulu, HI
Crossfire Premier ‘91 win Girls U12 Regional Championships in Spokane, WA
FC United ‘87 win Boys U16 Regional Championships in Spokane, WA
Emerald City FC ‘92 White win Girls U13 Regional Championships in Boise, ID
Crossfire Premier ‘90 Lombard win Girls U15 Regional Championships in Boise, ID
Crossfire Premier ‘91 McCormick win Girls U17 Regional Championships in Lancaster, CA
Crossfire Premier McCormick win Boys U14 Regional Championships in Albuquerque, NM
Eastside FC ‘94 Red win Boys U16 Regional Championships in Boise, ID
National Champions
1983 1996 1996 1999 2012 Goalpost wins Boys 16 National Championships in Federal Way, WA
FC Royals wins Girls 17 National Championships
FC Royals wins Girls 18 National Championships
FC United wins Boys 18 National Championships
Eastside FC win US Youth Soccer National League and advance directly to Nationals
Spokane hosted Region IV Championships in 2004
Tri-Cities hosted Region IV President’s Cup in 2009
Boys U19 James P. McGuire Cup started in 1935
Boys U16 introduced as National competition in 1976
Girls U19 Ross Stewart Cup introduced as National competition in 1980
Girls U16 introduced as National competition in 1985
Boys & Girls U17 introduced as National competition in 1991
Boys & Girls U18 introduced as National competition in 1994
Boys & Girls U14 & U15 introduced as National competition in 2001
Boys & Girls U13 introduced as National competition in 2013
Presidents Cup
2009 2009 Washington Premier FC win Girls U14 Regionals in Tri-Cities
Snohomish United Black win Girls U16 Regionals in Tri-Cities
US YOUTH SOCCER WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
U19 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
TPCJSA Cheney Stud Hustlers
SYSA Seattle Hillwood Magicicans
EYSA Sunset Huskiet
EYSA Newport Huskies
SYSA Continental VolvoBlues
EYSA Lake Hills United
SYSA Lake City Hawks
SYSA Lake City Hawks
SYSA Strikers
TPCJSA Tacoma Rovers
TPCJSA Tacoma Rovers
SYSA Sporthaus FC
SYSA Kickers
FWSA Goalpost
NYSA Spectres FC
LWYSA Sting
FWSA Nitro
NCYSA United
HSA Aviation West
HSA FC Heat
TPCJSA FC Storm
FWSA Sting
HSA Heat '77
LWYSA United
WCYSA FC Rangers
SpVJSA SSC Falcons
TPCJSA FC United
TPCJSA FC United '80
SSCYSA Brazil
EYSA Eastside FC ‘84
HSA HSA Heat ‘85
TPCJSA FC United '85
TPCJSA Washington Premier FC ‘87
HPFC HPFC '88
SVJSA River City SC Seely
EYSA Newport Hills Bombers
EYSA Newport Hills Bombers
EYSA Newport Hills Bombers
EYSA Newport Hills Bombers
HSA Dirty Dozen
HSA Dirty Dozen
TPCJSA Tacoma Sounderettes
TPCJSA Cozars
SYSA Seattle Flyers
SYSA Seattle Flyers
SYSA Seattle Flyers
HSA Pepsi Stompers
HSA Stompers
TPCJSA FC Royals '71
TPCJSA FC Royals '69
NCYSA Zodiax
TPCJSA FC Royals '71
TPCJSA FC Royals '72
AYSA Goalpost
AYSA Auburn Soccer West
HSA BC Stars Eagles
HSA Eagles Stars
HSA Eagles ‘77
TCYSA TCI Extreme
LWYSA Thunder
NYSA Washington Soccer Club
TPCJSA Royals ‘80
LWYSA FC Elite
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘82
GRJSA CSC Saints
EYSA Eastside FC 84 Red
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘85
WCYSA Whatcom FC Rangers Gold
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘89 Korn
IEYSA Shadow-Bushey
US YOUTH SOCCER WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
U18 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
FWSA United Bullet/Soccer West
MRSA Maple Valley FC
EYSA Eastside FC ‘79 Red
TPCJSA FC United ‘80
FWSA FWU Solaris
TPCJSA FC United ‘82
LWYSA Crossfire Hinton
SYSA Emerald City FC ‘85
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘86 Jenkins
SYSA Emerald City FC ‘88 Green
HSA HPFC Heat ‘89 Blue
EYSA Eastside FC ‘90 Red Storm
NCYSA Snohomish United
TCYSA 3 Rivers SC ‘92 Celtic
TPCJSA WPFC ‘93 Black
TPCJSA FC Royals
TPCJSA FC Royals
HSA Eagles
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘79
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘80
SYSA Emerald City FC
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘82
SSCYSA NWN Stellarz
TPCJSA FC Royals
SYSA Parrots
SSCYSA NWN Volante
EYSA Eastside FC ‘88 Red
MRSA MRFC ‘89 Blue Santos
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘90 Lombard
LWYSA Crossfire Premier
TPCJSA WPFC ‘92
EYSA Eastside FC ‘93 Red
US YOUTH SOCCER WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
U17 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
SSCJSA Triumph Continental Motors
SYSA Federal Old Line Junior
EYSA Sundowners
EYSA Olsen’s United
EYSA Olsen’s United
TPCJSA Tacoma Vista Vikings
EYSA Sunset Huskies
EYSA Newport Huskies
SYSA Continental Volvo Blues
TPCJSA Norpoint Royals
SYSA West Seattle Oilers
SSCJSA S&R Construction Bullets
EYSA Lake Hills Astros
KYSA Timbers
EYSA Lake Hill Lancers
NCYSA H&L Sports
FWSA Goal Post
EYSA Hawks
LWYSA Aztecs
LWYSA Sting
TCYSA Sounders
HSA Aviation West
HSA FC Heat
NCYSA NC Alliance
FWSA SIR Sting
NYSA Spectre ‘77
LWYSA United
LWYSA United
SYSA Emerald City FC ‘78
SSCYSA Sporthaus Allemania
EYSA Eastside FC ‘80 Red
FWSA FWU Solaris
SSCYSA Nemesis Nationals
NCYSA Cascade Avalanche
T-CYSA 3 Rivers United
SYSA Emerald City
TPCJSA FC United ‘86
SSCYSA NWN Pharaohs
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘89 James
CYSF Columbia Timers ‘90 Red
EYSA Eastside FC ‘91 Red Lee
CYSF Columbia Timbers
EYSA Eastside FC Red Kovats
EYSA Eastside FC ‘94 Red
LWJSA Finn Hill Newports
Not Awarded
SSCJSA Ed-Lyn Hyster
HSA Midway Dirty Dozen
FWSA LaSac Steelers
TPCJSA Sounderettes
Not Awarded
SYSA Seattle Vultures
SYSA Avionic Flyers
NCYSA North County Shooting Stars
SSCJSA Streakers
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
HSA Albion Reds
FWSA Hot Sox
Not Awarded
NCYSA Shooting Stars
HSA Windsox
SYSA Team Score
SpJSA Skyhawks
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘75
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘76
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘77
SYSA Emerald City FC Green
NYSA Washington Soccer Club
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘80
HSA Eagles ‘81
TPCJS FC Royals ‘82
SYSA Emerald City FC ‘83
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘84
TPCJSA FC Royals
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘96 McCormick
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘87
SYSAS Spokane Shadow
TPCJSA Washington Premier FC ‘90
LWYSA Crossfire Premier A McCormick
SYSA Emerald City FC
LWYSA Crossfire Premier Busey
EYSA Eastside FC ‘94 Red
US YOUTH SOCCER WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
U16 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
SSCJSA Triumph Continental Motors
TPCJSA Tacoma Wanderers
EYSA Olsen’s United
TPCJSA Cheney Stud Hustlers
EYSA Lake Hills Raiders
TPCJSA R&S Vikings
TPCJSA South Tacoma Cougars
EYSA Newport Huskies
TPCJSA Walt’s Hotspurs
FWSA Federal Way Hydros
SYSA Lake City Hawks
SSCJSA South Snohomish Bullets
SSCJSA Plaza Tavern Hotrods
GRJSA Renton United
FWSA Thunder
SYSA Seattle Bobcats
FWSA Goalpost
EYSA Lake Hills Hawks
FWSA Force
FWSA Lions
CYSF Team Columbia
HSA Aviation West
HSA FC Heat
FWSA Wings
SYSA EC Force
FWSA SIR Sting
NYSA Spectre ‘77
LWYSA United
LWYSA Crossfire Sounders
SSCJSA Allemania
AYSA FC Juventus
FWU Solaris
SSCYSA Nemesis Nationals
FWSA FWU Storm
LWYSA Crossfire Sounders Hinton
LWYSA Tynecastle II
NCYSA Snohomish United
TPCJSA FC United ‘87
KPYSA FC Kitsap Red ‘88
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘90 Flory
EYSA Eastside FC ‘91 Red Lee
LWYSA Crossfire Premier A. Henderson
LWYSA Crossfire Premier
EYSA Eastside FC ‘94 Red Strom
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘95 Collings
SSCJSA Ed-Lyn Hysted
TPCJSA Swiftkickers
SYSA Shorelake Roadrunners
TPCJSA Carrera Nortac
TPCJSA Sounderettes
SSCJSA LS Upholstery Totems
SYSA Washington Avionic Flyers
SYSA Thunderbirds
SSCJSA Streakers
SYSA Seattle United Sting
HSA Pepsi Stompers
TPCJSA FC Royals
SYSA Doll-Fins
SSCJSA Zodiax
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘72
NCYSA North County Saints
AYSA Crossfire Goalpost
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘75
HSA Bicentennial Stars
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘76
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘77
SYSA FC ‘78 Eclipse
TPCJSA FC Royals
TPCJSA FC Royals
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘81
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘82
SSCYSA Stellarz Nationals
SYSA Emerald City FC 84 Spirit
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘85
LWYSA Crossfire McCormick
MpVSA Marauders ‘87 Fishbach
SSCYSA NWN Fusion
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘90 P Lombard
SSCYSA NWN ‘91 Red
SYSA Emerald City FC ‘92 Green
LWYSA Crossfire Premier
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘94
EYSA Eastside FC Girls ‘95 Red
US YOUTH SOCCER WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
U15 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
LWYSA Lake Washington Royals
FWSA South Lakes Hydros
SYSA Carlsen-Wonquist Oilers
SSCJSA S&R Construction Bullets
FWSA Federal Way Tornado
SYSA Lake City United
SYSA Seattle United Select
SYSA Seattle United
FWSA Federal Way Tigers
GRJSA Spartans
FWSA Force
FWSA Lions
EYSA Tempo
HSA Aviation West
SSCJSA Royals
CYSF FC Vancouver
TPCJSA Shoreliners
FWSA Team SIR
FWSA Bullet
SYSA EC Wings
GRJSA Flight ‘79
SYSA ECS Strom
AYSA FC Juventus
FWSA Solaris ‘81
SSCYSA Nemesis Nationals
FWSA FWU Storm
LWYSA Crossfire Sounders
TPCJSA FC United ‘85 Navy
TPCJSA FC United ‘86
TPCJSA FC United
LWYSA Crossfire ‘88 James
LWYSA Crossfire ‘89 James
LWYSA Crossfire ‘91 James
LWYSA Crossfire Premier Henderson
TPCJSA Washington Premier FC ‘93 Black
EYSA Eastside FC ‘94
LWYSA Crossfire Premier Black
TPCJSA WPFC ‘96 Black
HSA Midway Dirty Dozen
TPCJSA Kiwanis Killers
TPCJSA Nortac Carrera
TPCJSA Sounderettes
SSCJSA LS Upholstery Totems
SYSA Washington Avionic Flyers
AYSA Auburn Devils
SYSA Whoppers
GRJSA Ting’r
SYSA Seattle United Sting
HSA Albion Reds
SYSA Seattle United Royals
FWS Cheetahs
EYSA Vandals
EYS Nitro
LWYSA Quicksilver
SYSA Sting
KYSA Green River ‘76
T-CJSA TC Breeze
HSA Highline Eagles
LWYSA Legend
LWYSA Thunder
SYSA Emerald City FC Green
HSA Eagles
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘82
EYSA Eastside FC ‘83
SYSA Emerald City FC ’84
SYSA Parrots
AYSA FC Aanvallen ‘86 Green
TPCJSA FC Royals
KYSA Dosveedanya ‘88
SYSA Phoenix ‘89 Red
LWYSA Crossfire Prem ‘91 Hattrup
SYSA Emerald City FC ‘92 Green
NCYSA Evergreen ‘93 Green
FWYSA FWU Reign ‘94 Purple
TPCJSA WPFC ‘95
EYSA Eastside FC ‘96 Red
US YOUTH SOCCER WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
U14 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
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2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
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1973
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1977
1978
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1982
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1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
SSCJSA Ravena Motors Wheelers
EYSA Newport Zebras
EYSA Newport Huskies
LWYSA Lake Washington Royals
TPCJSA Nortac Quicksteps
SYSA Hillwood Hawks
SSCJSA South Snohomish Bullets
FWSA ITI Tornado
AYSA Auburn Hoyt Hornets
EYSA Lake Hills Lancers
EYSA Newport Invaders
SYSA Bobcats
EYSA Eastside Hawks
LWYSA Aztecs
LWYSA Sting
FWSA Wildpack
FWSA Xpress
KYSA Cobras
LWYSA United
SYSA Seattle Force
SpVJSA Skyhawks
HSA Heat ‘77
SYSA FC Wings
LWYSA Lake Washington Crossfire
KYSA Internationale
EYSA FC Strikers
FWSA Solaris
TPCJSA FC United ‘82
FWSA FWU Storm ‘83
FSWA FWU Bullets
NCYSA Snohomish United
EYSA Eastside FC ‘86 Red
SYSA Emerald City FC ‘87
LWYSA Crossfire James
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘89 James
FWSA FWU Storm ‘90 Green
TPCJSA Washington Premier FC ‘92 Black
TPCJSA Washington Premier FC ‘93 Black
EYSA Eastside FC ‘94 Red Strom
LWYSA Crossfire Premier
LWYSA Crossfire Spidahl
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘97 James
HSA Highline Dirty Dozen
SYSA Lake City Liberators
SYSA Shorelake Roadrunners
TPCJSA Sounderettes
TPCJSA Fircrest Sweetfoots
SSCJSA Meadowlake
GRJSA WV Construction Reds
SYSA Shorelake Thunderbirds
GRJSA Roughriders
HSA Highline Stompers
HSA Albion Red
FWSA Hotsox
SSCJSA Zodiak
FWSA Spirit
EYSA Nitro
EYSA Alliance
FWSA Federal Way Storm
HSA Bicentennial Stars
FWSA Star Shooters
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘77
KPYSA Lady Phoenix ‘78
SYSA FC Pegasus
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘80
HSA Eagles ‘81
SSCJSA Diamante
NCYSA Shooting Stars
SYSA Emerald City FC’84
TPCJSA Royals ‘85
AYSA FC Aanvallen 86 Green
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘87
NCYSA Shooting Stars
NCYSA Snohomish United Clash
NCYSA ESA Stars
SYSA Emerald City FC ‘92 Green
LWYSA Crossfire Prem Schilperoort
SSFC G94 White
EYSA Eastside FC ‘95
LWYSA Crossfire Baumgardt
SSCYSA NWN ‘97 Red
US YOUTH SOCCER WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
U13 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
EYSA Barney & Al’s Shamrocks
EYSA Newport Huskies
EYSA Newport Sharks
SSCJSA Pacific Hawaii Knights
TPCJSA Tacoma Quicksteps
SYSA CWA Oilers
FWSA Totem Jets
FWSA FWU Tornado
FWSA Thunder
HSA Highline Sting
FWSA Federal Way Tigers
FWSA Steelers
HSA Highline Network
FWSA Lions
FWSA Wildpack
NCYSA Phoenix
EYSA Lynx
LWYSA United
SYSA Force
FWSA Flyers
GRJSA Crossfire Cobras
FWSA Nitros
LWYSA Crossfire Sounders
T-CJSA Tri-City Rebels
EYSA FC Strikers
FWSA Solaris ‘81
TCJSA Outlaws
SYSA Emerald City ‘83
TPCJSA Harbor FC ‘84
NCYSA Snohomish United
NCYSA Snohomish United
CYSF Force
LWYSA CF Sounders ‘88
LWYSA Crossfire James
EYSA Eastside FC ‘90 Red
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘91 James
SSCYSA NWN Arsenal ‘93
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘94 Jenkins
TPCJSA Washington Premier ‘95 Black
LWYSA Crossfire Premier
LWYSA Crossfire James
TPCJSA WPFC ‘98 Black
SYSA Shorelake Roadrunners
HSA Midway Demons
SSCJSA Lynnwood PD Cyclones
SSCYSA Meadowlarks
AYSA Title Realty Devils
AYSA Herfy’s Thunderbirds
GRJSA Renton Renegades
HSA Pepsi Stompers
HSA Highline Albion Reds
HSA Silver Streaks
FWSA Cheetahs
FWSA Spirit
EYSA Nitro
EYSA Alliance
FWSA Storm
KYSA Panthers
FWSA Star Shooters
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘78
HSA Aviation West
FWSA Federal Way Strikers
SYSA Ruffians
EYSA FC Blaze
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘82
NCYSA Shooting Stars
MRSA FC Flames
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘85 Blue
EYSA Eastside FC ‘86
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘87
SSCYSA NWN Fusion
MPVSA MV Marauders
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘90 Lombard
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘91 James
LWYSA Crossfire Premier Schilperoort
LWYSA Crossfire Premier P. Lomabard
EYSA Eastside FC ‘95 Red Bialek
EYSA Eastside FC ‘96
LWYSA Crossfire Reynolds
TPCJSA WPFC ‘98 Black
US YOUTH SOCCER WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
U12 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
EYSA Alpine House Apaches
SYSA Lake City Hawks
FWSA Totem Tornado
FWSA Totem Trappers
FWSA Totem Titans
FWSA FW Woodmont Warriors
FWSA Totem Wolfpack
SSCJSA Terr-Arctic Circle Wildbeast
HSA Kings
FWSA LaSac Wildpack
FWSA Hawks
FWSA Xpress
KYSA Cobras
SSCJSA Lakers
GRJSA FC Scorpions
FWSA Whalers
FWSA Silver Bullets
FWSA Destroyers
FWSA Jalisco
FWSA Lions
FWSA Federal Way Totem Xpress
FWSA Totem Storm
CYSF Columbia Sting
HSA Heat ‘84 Blue
FWSA Bullets
NCYSA Snohomish United Santos
NCYSA Snohomish United
NCYSA Cascade Avalanche
LWYSA Crossfire Sounders
SYSA Chelsea Blues
EYSA Eastside Red
LWYSA Crossfire James
SSCYSA NW National Forza
EYSA Eastside FC ‘94 Red
LWYSA Crossfire Premier McCormick
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘96 A. Spidahl
LWYSA Crossfire Premier
LWYSA Crossfire James
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘99 B. James
SYSA Roadrunners
FWSA Totem Royal Blues
TPCJSA Fircrest Sweetfoots
FWSA Lakecrest Rhinettes
EYSA Lake Hills Cheetahs
SYSA Herfy’s Thunderbirds
GRJSA MR Hairstyling Redwings
HSA Highline Pepsi Stompers
HSA Hustlers
HSA Highline Silver Streaks
FWSA SWU Cheetahs
FWSA Clippers
EYSA Lake Hill Nitro
NCYSA WS Wildcats
FWSA Chargers
HSA Bicentennial Stars
FWSA Star Shooters
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘78
HSA Aviation West
FWSA SWU Axiom
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘80
TPCJSA FC Royals
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘82
LWYSA Legend
MRSA FC Flames
NarYSA FC Flames
TPCJSA FC Royals
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘88
NCYSA Shooting Stars
KYSA Dosveedanya ‘89
LWYSA Crossfire Lombard
LWYSA Crossfire Prem ‘91 McCormick
ECYSA FC Vancouver Justice
TCYSA SSSFC Crush ‘94
SYSA Emerald City FC ‘95 Green
EYSA Eastside FC ‘96 Red Fry/Bunnell
SSCYSA NWN ‘97 Red
SSCYSA NWN Red
SSCYSA NWN ‘99 Red
US YOUTH SOCCER WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
U11 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
EYSA Newport Sharks
TPCJSA Ansa Quicksilver
FWSA Lakecrest Packers
SYSA Lake City Hawks
FWSA Totem Tornado
FWSA Totem Trappers
FWSA Rangatangs
HSA Conlins Olympic Aces
FWSA FW Evergreen Tigers
FWSA Totem Steelers
HSA Olympic Kings
KYSA Cobras
CYSF Tidelands Leopards
GRJSA Scorpions
FWSA Whalers
FWSA Hotshots
US Youth Soccer Washington State Championships
competition for U11 ended in 1989.
TPCJSA Fircrest Sweetfoots
HSA Highline Good Guys
AYSA Title Reality Devils
SYSA Shorelake Thunderbirds
GRJSA Doofer’s Dainty Dragons
SYSA Golden Grain Swamp Rats
GRJSA Renton Skyway Angels
FWSA Hot Socks
FWSA Federal Way Cheetahs
HSA Arsenal
EYSA Lake Hills Thunderbirds
FWSA Wildcats
FWSA Totem Animals
US Youth Soccer Washington State Championships
competition for U11 ended in 1987.
US YOUTH SOCCER WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
U10 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
SYSA Lake City
FWSA Totem Tornado
TPCJSA Lakewood Lancers
SYSA McGilvra Donover Devils
AYSA Shakey’s Sharks
FWSA SWU Tigers
FWSA Totem Steelers
HSA Levitz Sockeyes
FWSA SWU Lions
FWSA LaSac Wild Cats
SYSA Associates West Rams
CYSF Thunder
CYSF C.W. Leopards
US Youth Soccer Washington State Championships
competition for U10 ended in 1985.
TPCJSA Fircrest Sweetfoots
HSA Highline Good Guys
GRJSA Skyway Reds
GRJSA Renton Fire Fighters Tigers
GRJSA Dainty Dragons
HSA Olympic Stompers
LWYSA Redgate Pollywogs
FWSA Hot Socks
LWYSA Finn Hill Gallants
SYSA WS 1st BankMarshmallows
NYSA Wheedles
US Youth Soccer Washington State Championships
competition for U10 ended in 1984.
US YOUTH SOCCER WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
U9 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
FWSA St. Vincent Eagles
SYSA McGilvra Donover
SYSA WS Lions Club Cubs
EYSA Lake Hills Satellites
SYSA Lake City Bobcats
LWYSA Marmots
HSA Levitz Sockeyes
SYSA Lake City Jaws
FWSA LaSac Wildpack
SYSA West Seattle Rams
FWSA SWU Destroyers
FWSA Sounders
GRJSA Cascade Scorpions
US Youth Soccer Washington State Championships
competition for U9 ended in 1985.
GRJSA Skyway Reds
HSA West Highline Little Kicks
GRJSA Dainty Dragons
HSA Stompers
GRJSA Skyway Angels
FWSA Federal Way Hot Socks
LWYSA Finn Hill Gallants
Not Awarded
FWSA Sounderettes
FWSA Satellites
US Youth Soccer Washington State Championships
competition for U9 ended in 1984.
CHALLENGE CUP
U19 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
2005
2007
2008
2010
2011 2012
2005
2006
2010
2011
Not Awarded
ECYSA CW EC United
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
EYSA Eastside FC ‘93 White
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
Combined with GU18
Not Awarded
CHALLENGE CUP
U18 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2005
2007
2008
2010
2011
2012
EYSA ISC Storm
TPCJSA South Hill Revolution ‘88 Black
CYSF Columbia Timbers ‘89 Red
SSC Firebirds Red
Gold-Legends
GRFC ‘92 Blue
NYSA FC Alliance Gold ‘87
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘88 Laing
KYSA FC Kent Freedom
FWU Reign White
WestSound FC
NSYSA WestSound FC ‘93 Red
CHALLENGE CUP
U17 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2010
2011
2012
2005
2007
2008
2010
2010
2011
2011
2012
EYSA LH Rush
SYSA FC Shoreline Apex
DYSA BHFC ‘90 Tate
GRFC ‘91 Blue
Div 1 Gold MRFC ‘92 Blue
Div 2 Silver Tacoma United FC
VUSA Timbers Blue
EYSA Eastside FC ‘94 White
EYSA X-Treme
NCYSA Evergreen Soccer Academy ‘89
EYSA Eastside FC 90 Redwine
Div 1 EYSA Gold Eastside FC ‘92
Div 2 LWYSA Silver Crossfire
Div 1 WPFC ‘93 Black
Div 2 Crossfire Select Metzger
Spokane Shadow Premier ‘94 Navy
CHALLENGE CUP
U16 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2010
2011
2012
2005
2007
2008
2010
2010
2011
2011
2012
GRJSA SSC Real
NCYSA FC Silver Lake Cyclones
NYSA FC Alliance Gold ‘91
EYSA Eastside FC ‘92 White Hercules
Div 1 EYSA Gold-Eastside FC ‘93
Div 2 Silver La Liga Tlaxtli
Sun City Strikers
SWYSA Pacific FC Fire ‘95 Nuzum
KPYSA FC Kitsap ‘89 Red
SpVJSA River City SC Orwick
TPCJSA Washington Premier FC ‘91 White
Div 1 EYSA Gold Eastside FC ‘93
Div 2 LWYSA Silver Crossfire Select
Div 1 HPFC Eagles ‘94 Blue
Div 2 Snohomish United
KYSA Dos FC ‘95 White
CHALLENGE CUP
U15 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2010
2011
2012
2005
2007
2008
2010
2010
2011
2011
2012
YYSA Sun City Strikers Red
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘91 Hattrup
SYSA Shoreline Pumas
EYSA Eastside FC ‘93 White Williams
Div 1 Gold ISC Arsenal Red
Div 2 Silver Legacy ‘94 Bartlett
Eastside FC Barros
MI FC United ‘96 Montague
NCYSA Snohomish United Revolution
MPVSA Marauders ‘91 White Caldwell
EYSA Eastside FC ‘92 White
Gold FCSC Nemesis
Silver WA Rush
Div 1 WPFC Black
Div 2 Spokane Shadow ‘95 Sky
CKSC CK United ‘96
CHALLENGE CUP
U14 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
2005
2007
2008
2010
2010
2011
2012
2005
2007
2008
2010
2010
2011
2011
2012
EYSA ISC Arsenal Blue ‘91
WWYSA BMSC Earthquakes
LWYSA Crossfire Premier Flory
Div 1 Synergy FC ‘95
Div 2 Emerald City FC ‘95
Eastside ‘96 White
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘97 Storkson
NCYSA Snohomish United Elite
EYSA Eastside FC ‘92 White
NCYSA FC Mukilteo Lightning
Div 1 Gold WA Rush
Div 2 Silver Spokane Shadow
Div 1 Eastside FC White
Div 2 Crossfire Premier Reece
VUSA Timbers ‘97 Blue
CHALLENGE CUP
U13 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
2005
2007
2008
2010
2010
2011
2012
2012 2005
2007
2008
2010
2010
2011
2011
2012
2012
EYSA LH Titans
EYSA ISC Arsenal Blue ‘93 Duggan
NCYSA Legacy ‘94
Div 1 Gold Washington Premier
Div 2 Silver ISC Arsenal Red
FPSC Fury ‘97
Div 1 SYSA Seattle United ‘98 Tango
Div 2 TCYSA 3-Rivers SC ‘98 Evans
LWYSA Crossfire Premier Stengrund
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘93 Williams
NCYSA Pacific Premier FC White
Div 1 EYSA Gold Eastside FC
Div 2 Silver FCSC Nemesis
Div 1 VUSA Timbers Blue
Div 2 NWN White
Div 1 VUSA Timbers ‘98 Red
Div 2 Spokane Shadow ‘98 Navy
CHALLENGE CUP
U12 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
2005
2007
2008
2010
2010
2011
2012
2012
2005
2007
2008
2010
2010
2011
2011
2012
2012
FWSA FWU Storm ‘93 Green
GRJSA HSC Thunderbirds
LWYSA Crossfire Premier Leeming
Div 1 LWYSA Gold Crossfire Premier
Div 2 Silver Washington Rush
Eastside ‘98 White
Div 1 BFC Black
Div 2 KYSA Kent United ‘99 Green
GRJSA SSC Patriots ‘93 Blue
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘94 Lombard
GRJSA Patriots ‘95 Blue
Div 1 EYSA Gold Eastside FC ‘97
Div 2 Silver FCSC Nemesis ‘97
Div 1 Eastside White
Div 2 Harbor Premier ‘98
Div 1 LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘99 J. Crum
Div 2 GRFC ‘99 Red
CHALLENGE CUP
U11 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
2005
2007
2008
2008
2010
2010
2010
2010
2011
2011
2011
2011
2012
2012
2005
2007
2008
2008
2010
2010
2010
2010
2011
2011
2011
2012
2012
2011
EYSA Eastside FC ‘94 Red
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘95 McCormick
Div A TPCJSA Washington Premier ‘96 Black
Div B LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘96 Spidahl
Div 1 LWYSA Gold Crossfire Premier
Div 1 Silver Evergreen’98
Div 2 LWYSA Gold Crossfire Premier
Div 2 Silver GRFC ‘98 Red
Div 1 WPFC ‘99 Black
Div 2 Crossfire Premier 99 Lugo
Div 3 MRFC Bombers
Dev Crossfire Premier ’99 Black
Div 1 LWYSA Crossfire Premier B00 Black A
Div 2 Spokane Shadow Premier B00 Navy
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘94 Lombard
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘95 Thomas
Div A LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘96 Barton
Div B KPYSA Westsound FC ‘96 Reynolds
Div 1 LWYSA Gold Crossfire Premier
Div 1 CYSF Silver Columbia Timbers
Div 2 Gold Sun City Strikers
Div 2 CYSF Silver Columbia Timbers
Div 1 Crossfire Premier Crum
Div 2 Spokane Shadow Navy Stiles
Div 3 NWN White
Div 1 SYSA Seattle United ‘00 Copa
Div 2 TCYSA 3-Rivers SC ‘00 Lacher Suarez
Dev Crossfire Premier ‘99 Reynolds
CHALLENGE CUP
U10 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
2012
2012
LWYSA Crossfire Premier ‘01 Black A
WPFC ‘01 Black
FOUNDERS CUP
U19 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
SYSA Americans
SYSA Americans
SkVJSA Hooligans
TPCJSA International
TCJSA Tri-City Shadow
SSCYSA Force
FWSA Pumas
SSCYSA Brazil Nationals
ECYSA CW United
OYSA Olympic Peninsula
Not Awarded
SYSA Americans
ECYSA OR Northstar United ‘85
Not Awarded
NCYSA Pacific Premier FC Red
Not Awarded
SYSA FC Shoreline International
Not Awarded
FWSA FWFC ‘92 Ravens
SYSA Network
MRSA Dosveedonya
TPCJSA UP Stompers
KYSA FC Azzurri
TPCJSA Sparta ‘78 Heat
AYSA FC Rissa
EYSA ISC FC Alliance
MRSA Flurps
AYSA FC Aanvallen ‘83 Snow
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
FOUNDERS CUP
U18 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011 2012
LWYSA Storm
FWSA Mer’s Thunder
SSCJSA Mezzano
WCYSA Whatcom FC Rangers
SYSA Dragons
ECYSA CW Revolutions
EYSA Imperials
GRJSA Chargers
ECYSA OR Missles
SYSA Ballard Storm
CYSF NC Rage
ECYSA CW Jolts
ECYSA CW The Bears
ECYSA CW The Bears
ECYSA CW Fire
SWYSA SCSS Boca Juniors ‘92
SYSA FC Shoreline Lions
SYSA Shorelake Arsenal
SYSA Shorelake Arsenal
EYSA FC Alliance
SSCYSA Eclipse
Not Awarded
SYSA Shorelake Heat
SYSA Shoreline Stratus
CYSF Columbia Impact
NarYSA T-Town Storm
HSA Eagles Excel ‘86
ECYSA OR Netbreakers
CYSF Tri-Mountain Avalanche Da Bomb
Olympic
LWYSA Crossfire Select Button
Not Awarded
TPCJSA WSA Strikers
FOUNDERS CUP
U17 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
FWSA Lightning
TPCJSA Challenge
TCJSA Shadows
WCYSA FC Rangers
MRSA Maple Valley FC
TPCJSA Norpoint Athletics
SSCYSA Brazil Nationals
FWSA Force
ECYSA OR Missiles
ECYSA OR Alliance
EYSA ISC Select
EYSA ISC Select Storm
WVYSA Wenatchee Arsenal
SYSA FC Shoreline International
SWYSA Vancouver United ‘91 Blue
WVYSA Wenatchee Fire
FC United ‘93
LWYSA Crossfire Select ‘94 OMelia
Not Awarded
TPCJSA Juventus
MRSA Aanvallen
OYSA Lady Phoenix
LCYSA Shillelaghs
TPCJSA X-Streme
SnVYSA Cascade Select Divas
TCYSA Blackhills FC ‘82
NCYSA Shooting Stars
District 7 Blackhills FC ‘84
KPYSA FC Kitsap White
HSA Eagles Excel ‘86
EYSA BA United
EYSA Eastside FC ‘89 White
ECYSA CW Thrashers
TPCJSA FME Fusion
SGE Fusion
Not Awarded
TPCJSA FPSC Fury ‘94
FOUNDERS CUP
U16 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
TPCJSA Whitecaps
TPCJSA Troubleshooters
FWSA FWU Cobras
TPCJSA FC Alliance
TPCJSA Timbers
ECYSA Revolution
TCYSA Blackhills FC ‘82
EYSA LH Ice
TPCJSA YMCA Fiorntina
LWYSA Crossfire Jenkins
CYSF EVSC Fusion
SYSA Rockets ‘88
EYSA MI FC Renegades Dijulio
EYSA Newport Fury
Redhawks
FWSA FWU Thunder
TPCJSA PSC Hurricanes
LWYSA Crossfire Select ‘95 Reynolds
TPCJSA Stompers
SYSA Arsenal
SYSA Emerald City Oz
GRJSA FC Marauders
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘80
SYSA Excel
FWSA FWU Reign ‘82 B
SKVYSA Skagit Strom
CYSF BG Warriors
WCYSA FC Rangers Saletto
TPCJSA Roadrunners
SkVYSA Skagit Storm ‘87
AYSA FC Aanvallen ‘88 Green
ECYSA CW Thrashers
LWYSA Crossfire Select ‘91 Preifer
LWYSA Crossfire Select ‘92 Habash
LWYSA Crossfire Select Ulkekul
FWSA FWU Lightning/Spirit
EYSA Newport FC Red
FOUNDERS CUP
U15 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
NYSA Spectre ‘78
WVJSA Sidekicks
ECYSA FC Quicksilver
NCYSA Cascade Avalanche
SSCYSA SC Arsenal
CYSF Kickers
CYSF Surge NC
NCYSA Snohomish United
CYSF The Blast
EYSA Eastside FC ‘86 White
NYSA FCA Avalanche
ECYSA CW Flyers
CYSF Columbia Timbers ‘89 Red
ECYSA OR Northstar United ‘91
CYSF Tri-Mountain Avalanche ‘92
Vancouver United ‘93 Northstar
HSA WS Moctezuma
SWYSA SCSS Boca Juniors
EYSA Newport FC Reign
TPCJSA Pizazz
HSA Eagles
WCYSA FC Rangers
FWSA Reign ‘80
NCYSA Shooting Stars
SSCYSA Integra Nationals
LWYSA Tsunami
CYSF Columbia Extreme
KPYSA FC Kitsap Lightning White
KPYSA FC Kitsap Extreme
SYSA Shoreline Fusion
ECYSA Sharks
CYSF Columbia Timbers ‘89 Red
EYSA Bellevue Blast
TPCJSA Blue Starz
NK Chaos ‘93
FWYSA FWU Lightning
TPCJSA PSC Tornados
NSYSA Tracyton Tornados ‘96
FOUNDERS CUP
U14 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
SpVJSA Sabers
MRSA Quicksilver
NYSA Spectre ‘81
SpVJSA Flames
EYSA Eastside FC White
GRJSA Chargers
CYSF EV Fireballs
SSCY Chili Peppers
GRJSA CSC Elite
MpVSA AC Milan
CYSF NC Blast
TPCJSA SHSC Revolution ‘89
CYSF Columbia Timbers ‘90 Blue
SKVYSA Skagit United
ECYSA OR Northstar United ‘93
Vancouver United ‘94 Northstar
BMSC Sounders
SYSA SU NE ‘96 White
SYSA Seattle United South ‘97 Blue
SYSA Emerald City Oz
SpVJSA Falcons
TPCJSA Peninsula Select
NYSA Spectre ‘82 White
SYSA Panteras
NCYSA Snohomish United
TPCJSA Harbor FC ‘84
TPCJSA Norpoint FC ‘85
SSCYSA NWN Xtreme
NYSA FCA Rebels ‘88
AYSA FC Aanvallen
LWYSA Crossfire Premier Williams
CYSF The Force
LWYSA Crossfire Select ‘92 Le
EYSA ISC Arsenal White ‘93 Louie
SWYSA SCSS Synergy
LWYSA Crossfire Select Hill
EYSA MIFC Islanders
TPCJSA UPSC Stars Blue
FOUNDERS CUP
U13 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
TPCJSA Asteroids
GRJSA CSC United
SpVJSA Flames
MRSA Campiones
TPCJSA FC Hawks II
SkVJSA Stanwood Pride
MRSA Scorpions
TPCJSA Harbor FC ’86
NCYSA SC Eclipse
ECYSA CW Jolts
GRJSA SMB Flyers
ECYSA CW Hurricanes
ECYSA CW Revolution
CBYSA CB United ‘93
SYSA FC Shoreline Sting
GRJSA GRFC ‘95 Rogers
LWYSA Crossfire Select Gonzales
NSYSA WS Jets
SYSA Seattle United South ‘98 Blue
TCJSA Attack
TCJSA Eclipse
CYSF Thunder
OYSA Vision
WIYSA Islanders
NYSA Spectre ‘85
NYSA Spectre ‘85
NCYSA FC Silverlake Fusion
CYSF NC Eclipse
TPCJSA Streaks
CYSF NC El Divas
NCYSA FC Mukilteo Strikers
ECYSA CW Strikers
NarYSA Sparta ‘94 Cady
CW Crush
LWYSA Crossfire Select Farzeen
LWYSA Crossfire Metzger
SWYSA SCSS Copas ‘98
FOUNDERS CUP
U12 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
TPCJSA FME United
SkVJSA Cyclones
TCJSA Tri-City Suns
AYSA World Wide Strikers
FWSA FC Elite
NarYSA Sparta ‘85
KYSA Parma ‘87
NarYSA Manchester United ‘84
LWYSA Dynamo FC
TPCJSA Harbor FC ‘89
ECYSA CW Hurricanes
WCYSA Revolution
KYSA SCFC Crew ‘92
LWYSA Crossfire Premier Schilperoort
SYSA Ballard Team Tembo
NSYSA Tracyton SC Impact ‘96
FPSC Fury
TPCJSA FPSC Fury ‘98 Red
SYSA Seattle United West ‘99 Blue
HSA Blasters
GRJSA Team Pride
TCJSA Tri-City Blaze
NYSA Spectre ‘84 White
SSCYSA Allez
MRSA Marauders
ECYSA Angels
MpVSA MV Marauders
TPCJSA Harbor FC ‘88
YYSA Blasters
NCYSA SC Eclipse
MpVSA MV Marauders ‘91 Besagno
NCYSA SA Stars ‘92
MRSA MRFC ‘94 Celtic
SkVYSA SC United Fire ‘95 Hughes
MVP Marauders ‘96 Navy
SnoKing Edmonds Quiet Riot
LWYSA Crossfire Aldridge
EYSA MI FC Fierce ‘99 Anderson
FOUNDERS CUP
U11 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1993 FWSA FWU Heat
1994 FWSA Heat
1995 FWSA Thunder
1996 FWSA Bullets
1997 NCYSA Snohomish United
1998 FWSA Cheetahs
1999 TPCJSA YMCA Goal Rush
2000 LWYSA Crossfire Sounders
2001 LWYSA Tynecastle III
2002 CYSF Wolves
2003 LWYSA Crossfire James
2004 CYSF Columbia Timbers ‘93
2005 TPCJSA Norpoint Piranhas
2007 LWYSA Crossfire Select ‘95 Jinneman
2008 EYSA ISC Arsenal Blue ‘96 Lester
2009 EYSA ISC Arsenal Blue ‘97 Barros
2010 LWYSA Crossfire Select Mana’O
2011Extreme
2012 SYSA Seattle United South ‘00 Black
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
HSA Northern Lights
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘82
NCYSA Shooting Stars
MRSA FC Flames
TPCJSA Sparta Blaze
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘86
TPCJSA FC Royals ‘87 Blue
SSCYSA Fusion
SYSA Emerald City ‘89 Shefts
ECYSA FC Vancouver Freedom
LWYSA Crossfire McCormick
SYSA Emerald City FC ‘92 White
LWYSA Crossfire Premier Schilperoort
SYSA Kajumulo Farasi
AYSA Synergy FC Dunne
Chinook Ice ‘97 Connell
SRYSC Extreme
LWYSA Crossfire McLaughlin
NSYSA CK United ‘00 Josserand
RECREATIONAL CUP
U19 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
TPCJSA Tacoma Flyers
SYSA Eagles
SYSA Hammers
KYSA Blazers
TPCJSA Crusaders
GRJSA Renton United
SSCJSA Raindogs
SSCJSA SC Soccer
SSCJSA FC Edmonds
SYSA Spitfires
SYSA Roadrunners
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
District 2 Asteroids
District 6 Brewster
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
CBYSA Fury
CYSF TR 2
FYSA Othello Chaos
NSYSA Hawks
FYSA Tsunami
FYSA JC Jagermeister
GHYSA Thunder
GHYSA Thunder
GHYSA Peck B
NCYSA LW Hooks
District 7 HYSC Pumas
District 5 VUSA Storm ’93 Pirates
HSA Highline Half Rack
KYSA Loggers
HSA Normandee
TPCJSA Amocats
KYSA Banditos
KYSA Outsiders
TPCJSA Pride
WCYSA FC Pride
Not Awarded
TCYSA Turbos
CYSA Longview White
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
District 2 Classic Touch
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
District 4 Crossfire
Not Awarded
LWYSA Bengals
NYSA Rage
CYSF Eisenhower Fins
Not Awarded
Not Awarded
KPYSA SK6 Gladiators ‘89
Not Awarded
District 2 Strykers
District 4 SK7 Storm
CBSC Elite
RECREATIONAL CUP
U18 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
District 6 Azteca
District 2 Star Hawks
Not Awarded
District 3 Lakewood Regulators
Not Awarded
District 4 Screaming Eagles
LWYSA Starhawks
FYSA Tsunami
LWYSA Panthers
LWYSA Eagles
HSA Dragons
LWYSA Cascadia Sabers
SYSA Hawks
LWYSA ‘90 EHS Ambush
District 2 ‘91 LWHS Chargers
District 3 AYSA Strikers
District 2 Classic Touch
District 3 Thrill
District 2 Butterflies
Not Awarded
District 2 Shamrocks
District 3 Fascination
LWYSA Bengals
LWYSA Hurricanes
CYSF Westside Foxes
NarYSA Dragons
LWYSA EHS Macaws
CYSF Westside Pumas
NYSA Orcas
FYSA Finale
District 3 FSC Comets
District 3 HSC Aftershock
RECREATIONAL CUP
U17 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
EYSA Newport Strikers
EYSA Invaders
FWSA Nighthawks
T-CJSA Thunder
CYSF Indians
FWSA Totem Cobras
Not Awarded
MRSA Sumner Eclipse
TCYSA TC Strikers
SYSA LC Roadrunners
KPYSA Sting
District 2 Stealers
District 4 Arsenal
District 1 Bandits
District 4 Gators
District 2 MI Stars
District 5 Columbia FC Fire
District 2 Panthers
District 5 Cheetahs
District 4 Arsenals
LWYSA Grizzley’s
LWYSA Hibernian
NYSA Rockets
TPCJSA Lakewood Magic
KPYSA Strikers
TPCJSA Lakewood Avanti United
GHYSA Harbor Vipers Anderson
TPCJSA Avanti United FC ‘91
District 2 FC North Bend
District 5 NCYSA CW Rockets
Mukilteo Lightning
NCYSA North County Irish
TCYSA Panthers
TPCJSA WEAC Amocats
KYSA Banditos
TCYSA Net Drillers
Not Awarded
NCYSA Lynnwood Flames
SVYSA Timberline Silvics
NCYSA Storm
SSCJSA AVC Nitros
SYSA Thrashers
District 2 Rebels
District 2 Classic Touch
District 5 Foxes
District 2 Maltby Spirit
District 3 Lakewood Twisters
District 5 Attack
District 3 Fascination
District 2 Bengals
SnVYSA Piranhas
NarYSA T-Town Storm
NYSA Spirit
SSCYSA Sno-King Fusion
CYSF Pumas
TPCJSA STSC Stingers
NYSA Stars
AYSA Avalanche
District 4 SK7 Storm 92
District 7 CBSC Firebirds
TPCJSA Harbor Hot Shots
RECREATIONAL CUP
U16 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
SSJSA S Snohomish Totems
TPCJSA Market Crusaders
TCJSA Thunder
AYSA Express
FWSA Totem Cobras
CYSA Express
CYSF Killerhawks
GRJSA Renton Warriors
CYSA Westside Timbers
AYSA FC Auburn
MRSA Maple Valley
District 4 Phoenix
District 4 Gators
District 4 Tsunami
District 4 Turbos
District 4 Hurricanes
District 7 Huskies
District 3 Lakewood Passers
District 2 Hornets
District 2 Stars
LWYSA Dynamo
NYSA Sharks
LCYSA Blackhawks
NYSA Clash
GHYSA Aberdeen Vipers
FWSA FWU Hornets
SnVYSA FC North Bend United
District 7 HYSC Cushers
District 1 Mukilteo Lightning
GHYSA Shelton Real Madrid
CYSF Hazel Dell Strikers
FWSA S/L Vixens
SSCYSA FC Rovers
FWSA Net Rippers
GRJSA RPAA Angels
TCYSA BC Bombers
NYSA United
KPYSA Kitsap Hunters
GRJSA FC Pride
TPCJSA Dynamo Tacoma
TPCJSA FC Gig Harbor
District 2 Eagles
District 5 Foxes
District Jaguars
District 2 Gazelles
District 2 Wildcats
Not Awarded
District 2 Juanita Strikers
District 2 Piranhas
District 3 T-Town Storm
NYSA Rockers
LWYSA FC Breeze
LWYSA Blackhawks
TPCJSA Lakewood Lady Elite
TPCJSA Sudden Impact
TPCJSA FPSC Fusion
LWYSA ‘92 RHS Panthers
District 3 LSDSC Alakazaam
District 1 Santana Explosion
TPCJSA Harbor Fireballs
RECREATIONAL CUP
U15 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
MRSA Mount Rainier Timbers
KYSA Bobcats
HSA Sabres
YYSA Sounders
LWYSA LW United
SYSA Pride
CYSF Scorpions
TPCJSA Tacoma Rebels
NCYSA Thunderbirds
WIYSA Islanders
LCYSA Boreen Timbers
District 4 Gators
District 4 Strikers
District 2 Wildcats
District 2 Bullets
District 5 Eastside Kickers
District 2 Impalas
District 2 Stars
NYSA Rockets
LWYSA Huskies
LWYSA Pumas
WVYSA All Stars
LWYSA EJH Alliance
NCYSA Silver Lake Arsenal
FWSA FWU Ravens
WVYSA Wenatchee Arsenal
District 3 Tacoma United DP Mojonera
District 3 SHSC Stingrays
District 2 ‘96 Shockwave
FWSA Federal Way Vixens
EYSA Netrippers
AYSA Auburn Angels
SYSA Doll-Fins
CYSA Knockouts
HSA Goal Rushers
CYSA Lady Blues
SYSA Team Score
KPYSA Panthers
TCYSA Bad Girls
TPCJSA UP Stompers
District 2 Magic
District 2 Butterflies
District 2 Gazelles
District 2 Wildcats
District 2 Shooters
District 2 Roadrunners
District 2 Eastside Bengals
District 5 Foxes
NarYSA Dragons
EYSA ISC Extreme
LWYSA Kangs
TPCJSA Stingers
TPCJSA Sudden Impact
TPCJSA FPSC Fusion
SYSA Ravens
LWYSA ‘93 FHJH Shooting Stars
District 3 Skittles
District 2 Ladybugs
HSA West Seattle Crush ‘96
RECREATIONAL CUP
U14 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
SSCYSA S Snohomish Vikings
HSA Sabres
TCJSA Richland Tornado
TCYSA FC Sounders
SYSA Mazda Pride
SYSA Spitfire
CYSF Timbers
TPCJSA Shoreliners
SYSA Nighthawks
HSA West Seattle Lazers
TCYSA Inferno Storms
District 5 Falcons
District 4 Sprint
District 2 Sting
District 4 Wolverines
District 5 Kickers
District 2 Impalas
District 3 Rockets
District 5 CW Tornadoes
District 5 CV Chargers
TPCJSA Team Shred
FWSA Scorpions
SSCYSA Hurricanes
ECYSA Wolverines
FWSA FWU Ravens
TPCJSA FPSC Stampede
LWYSA Chaos
District 6 Cassidy 95
District 2 IJH Shockwave
District 2 ’97 Lightning FC
SYSA Seattle Swamp-Rats
FWSA Firebirds
SYSA Chargers
TCYSA BC Bombers
KPYSA Rockets
SYSA Kicks
CYSF Strickers II
CYSF Rookies
CYSF Top Guns
WIYSA Islanders
SYSA Blizzards
District 2 Thunderbirds
District 4 Phoenix
District 2 Wildcats
District 4 Undertow
District 2 Redmond Panthers
District 1 Bombers
District 2 Bandits
District 2 Lady Hawks
EYSA Kickers
LWYSA Mirage
LWYSA Dolphins
FWSA Apollos
KPYSA Red Storm
GHYSA Montesano Lightnings
LWYSA Kickers
NCYSA Phoenix Ingalls
District 7 Voltage
District 3 WS Cheetah
MYSA Montesano Starz
RECREATIONAL CUP
U13 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
TPCJSA Tacoma Rams
SYSA Ryan’s Raiders
TCYSA KFC Sounders
CYSA Sting
FWSA Totem Thunderbirds
GRJSA CSC United
CYSF Team United
WIYSA Whidbey Islanders
CYSF Team United
TPCJSA Adventurers
FWSA Cobras
District 5 Blue Fire
District 1 Bullets
District 4 Rebels
District 4 Wave
District 1 Chili Pepper FC
District 5 Net Wreckers
District 6 Sharks
District 2
TPCJSA Team Shred
SSCYSA Whitecaps
SSCYSA Hurricanes
LWYSA Titans
SkVYSA Electric West
NarYSA Nortac Colibri Rene
SYSA Chili Peppers
LWYSA Blackwell Doom Patrol
District 3 ST Jaguars
District 3 Norpoint Spider Monkeys
District 3 TUSK Lightning
HSA Highline Fleet Feet
SYSA Doll-Fins
LWYSA FCS Chicks
KPYSA Tracyton Tigers
CYSF Her-ricanes
SYSA Team Score
GRJSA Blazers
TPCJSA Rockets
KPYSA Rage
WCYSA FC Rangers
LWYSA Black Hawks
District 4 Phoenix ‘80
District 2 Shooting Stars
District 4 Undertow
District 5 Rocking Robins
District 2 Cats
District 1 Bears
District 2 Lady Hawks
District 6 Extreme
SSCYSA Thunderbolts
SSCYSA Fireballs
FWSA Apollo’s
TPCJSA Shooting Stars
SYSA Ravens
SYSA Cougars
FWSA FWU Fury
TPCJSA Harbor Fireballs
District 4 Tracyton Tornados ‘96
District 3 FWU Lightning ‘97
District 7 Mad Kickers
RECREATIONAL CUP
U12 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
1982 FWSA FW Thunderbirds
1983 CYSF Gems
1984 EYSA Hawks
1985 CYSF Her-ricanes
1986 SYSA Team Score
1987 GRJSA Blazers
1988 GRJSA Scorpions
1989 FWSA Starburst
1990 TPCJSA Bobcats
1991 GRJSA Wildcats
1992 TCYSA TC Inspiration
1993 District 2 Shooting Stars
1994 District 6 Bobcats
1995 District 6 Strikers
1996 District 4 Huskies
1997 District 4 Flash
1998 District 1 Double Trouble
1999Hotshots
2000 District 4 Thunderbolts
2001 District 2 Dolphins
2002 YYSA Blasters
2003 TPCJSA Speeders
2004 LWYSA Union Hill Dragon Flies
2005 FWSA Blaze ‘93
2006 YYSA Green Demons
2007 GRJSA Tusk Wildcats
2008 KPYSA Tracyton Tornados ‘96
2009 District 7 Dragons
2010 District 7 Mad Kickers
2011 FWFC Miyahara Strikers
CYSF Columbia Rowdies
CYSF Chargers
NYSA Phoenix
FWSA Thunderbirds
KPYSA Seagulls
MRSA Firehawks
CYSF Skyhawks
CYSF Vikings
WCYSA FC Rangers
FWSA Totem Cobras
YYSA Blasters
District 6 Strikers
District 4 S. Eagles
District 6 Pepsi
District 5 Runnin Rebels
District 6 Stompers
District 5 Huskies
District 1 Ed-Lynn Earthquake
District 6 Wolfpack
District 6 Strikers
YYSA Blue Eagles
TPCJSA FC Fire
EYSA Lake Hills Titans
EYSA Chargers
SYSA Lake City Hawks
TPCJSA Surf
SSCYSA Blasters
District 7 BullDogs
District 1 Irish CRFC Lions
NCYSA Silver Lake ’99 Blasters
RECREATIONAL CUP
U11 CHAMPIONS
BOYS CHAMPIONS
GIRLS CHAMPIONS
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1997
1998
1999
2000
2000
2001
2001
2002
2002
2003
2003
2004
2004
2005
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1997
1998
1999
1999
2000
2000
2001
2001
2002
2002
2003
2003
2004
2004
2005
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
CYSF Columbia Dragons
SYSA King Cobras
NYSA Stingers
FWSA Sounders
CYSF Team United
CYSF Skyhawks
CYSF Scorpios
FWSA Totem Skyhawks
HSA Jalisco
FWSA Lions
FWSA Totem X-Press
District 6 Eagles
District 6 Pepsi
District 6 Blaze
District 4 Hawks
District 6 Yakima Dream Team
District 5 Hotshots
District 5 Lightning Bolts
District 6 Crossfire II
District 5 Mighty Ducks
District 3 Pumas
NSYSA Extreme
KPYSA No. Kitsap Jet
NYSA Lightning Bolts
CYSF Eisenhower Fireball
LWYSA Hurricanes
TPCJSA SHSC Centurion
NYSA Lions
CBYSA Moses Lake Titan
LWYSA Magic
FWSA Legend
CYSF LR Strikers
SYSA Blue Arrows
EYSA LH Nighthawks
District 1 IR Galindo
District 3 WS Crush’99
HSA West Seattle Crush
SYSA Seattle Angels
HSA Goal Rushers
HSA Shooting Stars
NCYSA Wildcats
CYSA Express
HSA Lightning
CYSF Star Shooters
CYSF Thunder
HSA Sizzlers
TPCJSA FC Royals
TPCJSA FC Royals
District 6 Sunblazers
District 6 Strikers
District 6 Eagles
District 2 Flash
District 5 Angels
District 4 Strikers
District 2 Orcas
District 3 Thunderbolts
District 3 Sharks
District 4 Blaze
District 2 Dolphins
CYSF Force
YYSA Yakima Blasters
TCYSA Blue Dolphins
TCYSA Kennewick Lightning
CYSF Dixie Kicks
GRJSA Tidal Waves
CYSF WS Huskies
TCYSA Eagles
ECYSA Goal Girls
MpVSA Strikers ‘95 Morse
DYSA Red Hot Chili Peppers
FWSA Xtreme
SSCYSA SK Angels
District 3 FME Blue Flame
District 7 PSC Chaos
FME Goal Seekers

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