After tough 1-0 loss in Des Moines last weekend, WSA Winnipeg will aim to get their season on track at home vs the Chill.

Plan to join us as we kick off another exciting Premier Development League home season in Winnipeg!

Great soccer action featuring Winnipegs best young soccer players!

For more information on WSA Winnipeg and the USL’s Premier Development League, please check our website at http://wsawinnipeg.ca

SEE YOU THIS WEEKEND!!!

WSA WINNIPEG MEN & WOMEN IN DES MOINES

This past Saturday saw two of WSA’s senior sides travel to Des Moines, Iowa.

Our WSA Winnipeg men played their USL Premier Development League season opener versus the Des Moines Menace.

A special feature of the day at Valley Stadium was a 4:30 match featuring our own WSA North Stars women’s squad taking on the Des Moines Menace women, who play in the 72 team Women’s Premier Soccer League.


The women’s game was played in 30 degree plus heat and high humidity, something all Winnipeggers know about, but have yet to experience this year. It was a great game, with Winnipeg holding 1-0 and 2-1 leads courtesy of a pair goals by Amy Harrison, one from the penalty spot. Winnipeg threatened to stretch their lead with more strong play producing a pair of breakaways and a post, but nothing that could produce a 3rd goal. And as the game entered the later stages, Des Moines found their way to a lead despite the efforts of and exhausted Winnipeg squad. Other strong showings for Winnipeg were put in by Brooklyn Chambers, Alison Clarke and Dana Baker.


This friendly game between the ladies sides is another step in WSA’s quest for a local team in the highly regarded USL W-League. It will be a perfect partner to the Club’s PDL men’s squad, providing our local female players with the same kind of opportunities and playing experiences that the PDL squad offers the men.


The Temperature had cooled just a bit by 7:30 on Saturday night, when WSA Winnipeg PDL men took to the field versus their league rival Des Moines Menace. It was and exciting game that saw the home side collect a 1-0 win. The game was always close, with WSA holding a 60/40 advantage in the run of play. And with scoring chances about equal for both sides, it was the Menace who were able to find a goal and hang on for the win. WSA Winnipeg got especially strong performances from Ali Musse, Michael Allieu and keeper Tyson Farago. They will look towards leading their crew to success this weekend, when WSA Winnipeg hosts the Thunder Bay Chill in the local PDL home opener.

We hope to see a big crowd at the WSF Indoor Complex for more exciting PDL action!