Boston Breakers (WUSA)
|Full name||Boston Breakers|
|Ground||Nickerson Field, Boston, Massachusetts|
|Owner||Amos Hostetter, Jr.|
|League||Women's United Soccer Association|
The Boston Breakers was a professional soccer team that played in the Women's United Soccer Association. The team played at Nickerson Field on the campus of Boston University in Boston, Massachusetts.
The Boston Breakers began play in 2001. The team held a "name the team" contest that fifteen-year-old Laura DeDonato of Easton, Massachusetts won with the name "Boston Breakers." 
The Breakers won the Community Service Award and held league-leading attendance in 2002. Honors received in 2003 included:
- Maren Meinert - WUSA MVP
- Maren Meinert - All Star Game MVP
- Maren Meinert, Dagny Mellgren, Kristine Lilly - All-WUSA, 1st Team
- Angela Hucles, Kate Sobrero, Karina LeBlanc - All-WUSA, 2nd Team
- Joe Cummings - Executive of the Year
- Pia Sundhage - Coach of the Year
The Women's United Soccer Association announced on September 15, 2003 that it was suspending operations.
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Coach: Pia Sundhage
Year-by-Year Regular Season Record
|2001||1||WUSA||6th||did not qualify|
|2002||1||WUSA||6th||did not qualify|