The STATE of Soccer in WASHINGTON
The Tacoma Stars won the PASL-Premier title in 2010 before going up to the PASL-Pro, which they remain in this season.
The Kitsap Pumas, who won the outdoor United Soccer Leagues PDL title this summer, have moved over to the PASL-Premier for their indoor play.
The Central Oregon Steelheaders are apparently not fielding a PASL-Premier side this winter.
We’ve reported already on the new club South Sound FC which will play out of Gig Harbor. Now the schedule reveals another new Washington state club, “Ruckus FC,” which will join the league and the Northwest Division out of Marysville.
According to the schedule below, which does not feature a balanced competition (six clubs, but only eight matches), the PASL-Premier Northwest Division for 2011-12 will consist of: Kitsap Pumas, Wenatchee Fire, South Sound Shock, Bellingham WSA Rapids, Snohomish Skyhawks and Marysville Ruckus FC.
The PASL-Premier season opens locally on Saturday December 3rd when three of the state’s clubs are home, hosting the other three. On that night the Kitsap Pumas host the South Sound Shock, the Wenatchee Fire host the Snohomish Skyhawks, and the Bellingham WSA Rapids host Ruckus FC.