Washington Freedom: Women's Professional Soccer
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The last date listed for Washington Freedom: Women's Professional Soccer was Sunday April 18, 2010 / 7:00pm (vs. Atlanta Beat).
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The National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) is home to some of the best players in the world, and the Washington Spirit takes the pitch their second season as one of nine teams vying to come out on top of the standings. Featuring U.S. national team members Ali Krieger and Ashlyn Harris, and talented players from Mexico and Germany, the Spirit brings an exciting brand of the world's most popular game to the Maryland SoccerPlex. Catch the Spirit and support D.C.'s home team! Learn More
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The Washington Freedom play home games in Women’s Professional Soccer action. One of the best women’s soccer teams in the world, the Freedom feature many World Cup veterans, including Abby Wambach, the U.S. National Team’s star forward.
About the Ticket Supplier: Washington FreedomThe Washington Freedom begins play in the WPS having already established a tradition of excellence over the past seven years. Playing its first match in 2001 as a charter member of the Women's United Soccer Association (WUSA), the Freedom advanced to the Founders Cup (the league's championship game) in 2002 and 2003, winning the title in 2003.
When the WUSA suspended operations after the 2003 season, the Freedom focused on building a European-style soccer club. The Freedom competed in exhibition matches in 2004 and 2005, while also emphasizing the growth of youth and amateur teams.
In 2006 the Freedom took the field as an "associate" member of the USL W-League before becoming a full member of the W-League in 2007. Continuing its championship tradition, the Freedom won the W-League North American title in 2007 and reached the semifinals in 2008.