The STATE of Soccer in WASHINGTON
The Evergreen Premier League is getting more help from the north. Peter Ostrovsky, who has been involved with the success of Bellingham United FC, is part of the founding group working to make the EPLWA a reality.
Ostrovksy’s role is still being decided, and he may do several different things at different times, based on league needs. Peter will sit on the committee that decides which club applications to accept into the EPLWA.
“After the experience of living and working in the epicenter of football in London UK, I’m excited about the opportunity to promote similar local soccer club culture here at home throughout Washington State,” Ostrovsky says of the chance to help a statewide semi-pro league get launched.
“As a BUFC Board Advisor, I have been providing the team front office with creative and organizational input as well as assisting with game day set operations at Civic Stadium in Bellingham, WA,” says Peter. “I’ve also volunteered at BUFC promotional events and acted as a quasi-team ambassador greeting fans at home matches and talking about the team with the community at large. I’ve organized the annual BUFC Military Law Enforcement Firefighter Appreciation Day where the team honors and recognizes local public safety and military professionals, both active and retired, and shows its gratitude to them. The event also provides the local soccer community with an opportunity to get up close and personal with a variety of police and fire vehicles and displays in order to further develop and foster positive relationships.”
Peter has a lengthy list of accomplishments, including working for Homeland Security in Blaine, WA.
About the Evergreen Premier League
The Evergreen Premier League (EPLWA) is a statewide adult semi-pro men’s premier soccer league that will host amateur players on serious, competitive, professionally-run clubs. Target kick off is set for May 2014. The EPLWA will be similar in structure and mission to the Pacific Coast Soccer League (PCSL) but will serve Washington state clubs. Your club can apply to join the Evergreen Premier League here. Questions about the EPLWA can be directed to David Falk at goalWA@gmail.com.
Would you like to volunteer for the EPLWA? Contact David: goalWA@gmail.com
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