New England Mutiny is an American women’s soccer club, which competes at the highest level of women's soccer in the USA, the Women's Premier Soccer League Elite.
The club plays its home games at Harmon Smith Stadium on the campus of Agawam High School in the city of Agawam, Massachusetts, 5 miles west of downtown Springfield, Massachusetts.
Team history 
Established in 1999 as Springfield Sirens, the club played in the amateur W-League. After winning the league championship in 2000, the club accepted promotion to WPSL, where it played till 2011. The club changed its name to New England Mutiny in 2002. After the folding of WPS in 2012, the club along with other clubs, including another WPSL club Chicago Red Stars and former WPS clubs, joined the new Women's Premier Soccer League Elite.
On July 29, 2004, in a match preparing women's national team of China for international tournament, the Mutiny surprised the fifth ranked team in the world, in front of 3000 fans in Agawam, Massachusetts, with a 3-1 lead, and losing 4-3 only in the final minutes. The Mutiny consider this match their crowning achievement.
Team standing and statistics 
Current New England Mutiny team standing and statistics
Notable players in current roster 
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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- WPSL East Conference Champions 2008
- WPSL East Conference Champions 2007
- WPSL East North Division Champions 2007
- WPSL East Division Champions 2005
Competition history 
Competing in WPSL between 2000 and 2011 the club won five WPSL East Conference titles, and reached the WPSL National Final on two occasions.
Average attendance 
The club has one of the highest attendance for women's soccer games in USA.
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