USASA National Women's Amateur

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The USASA National Women's Amateur is an American women's soccer tournament run by the United States Adult Soccer Association. It began in 1980 and was the top-level national tournament for women's soccer in the United States until the formation of the Women's Open in 1996.

While USASA always accepted applications for the Amateur,[1] the competition was not held at the annual national finals weekend from 2009-2012.

The following is a list of Women's Amateur champions.[2]

Pre-Open Era

  • 1980: Seattle Sharks (WA)
  • 1981: Romiosa F.C. (WA)
  • 1982: F.C. Lowenbrau (WA)
  • 1983: Michelob Ladies (TX)
  • 1984: Chapel Hill Kix (NC)
  • 1985: Michelob Ladies (TX)
  • 1986: Fairfax Wildfire (VA)
  • 1987: Michelob Ladies (TX)
  • 1988: California Tremors (CA)
  • 1989: Michelob Ladies (TX)
  • 1990: Opus County S.C. (MA)
  • 1991: Texas Challenge (TX)
  • 1992: Ajax America
  • 1993: Ajax America
  • 1994: Sacramento Storm
  • 1995: Sacramento Storm

Open Era

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