2014 WPSL season

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Women's Premier Soccer League
Season 2014
Champions Beach Futbol Club
Biggest home win Motor City FC 9-0 FC Indiana (May 31st)
OKC FC 10-1 FC Tulsa Spirit (June 21st)
Biggest away win Seacoast United Mariners 1-9 Boston Breakers Reserves (June 28th)
Primero de Mayo 0-8 North Bay FC Wave (July 6th)
Longest winning run 16 games, Beach Futbol Club
Longest losing run 10 games, Seacoast United Mariners

The 2014 Women's Premier Soccer League season is the 18th season of the WPSL. A total of 72 clubs across 7 conferences and 12 divisions participated in the season. The Houston Aces made it to their second consecutive WPSL final, but again lost by one goal to a Pac-South team, this time Beach Futbol Club. Beach FC's 16-0 season in a WPSL record, surpassing the 14-0 record set by Ajax America Women in 2007.[1]

Changes from 2013[edit]

Conference/division shifts[edit]

  • The Big Sky North division was dissolved, teams transferring to either the Pacific or new Big Sky conference
  • The two divisions of the Northwest conference were consolidated together
  • The Midwest conference split into two divisions, "Central" and "Great Lakes"

New/returning teams[edit]

Team name Metro area Location Previous affiliation
Flag of Massachusetts.svg Boston Breakers Reserves Greater Boston Hanover, Massachusetts expansion (NWSL reserves)
Flag of Illinois.svg Chicago Red Stars Reserves Chicago market expansion (NWSL reserves)
Flag of Tennessee.svg Chattanooga FC Chattanooga, Tennessee expansion
Flag of Ohio.svg Cincinnati Lady Saints Cincinnati, Ohio WLS
Flag of Ohio.svg Columbus Eagles FC Columbus, Ohio expansion
Flag of Washington.svg Fuerza FC Bothell, Washington expansion
Flag of Indiana.svg FC Indiana South Bend, Indiana WPSL, WLS
Flag of Tennessee.svg FC Nashville Wolves Nashville Nashville, Tennessee expansion
Flag of Indiana.svg FC Pride Indianapolis, Indiana expansion
Flag of New York.svg FC Westchester White Plains, New York expansion
Flag of Florida.svg Florida Krush expansion
Flag of New Jersey.svg Jersey Blues FC Morris Plains, New Jersey WPSL (as Millburn Magic)
Flag of Kansas.svg KC Courage Kansas City Olathe, Kansas expansion
Flag of California.svg L.A. Hotspur F.C. Greater Los Angeles Area Los Angeles, California expansion
Flag of California.svg Legends FC Inland Empire Chino, California expansion
Flag of Texas.svg Liverpool Lady Warriors The Colony, Texas expansion
Flag of Minnesota.svg Minnesota TwinStars Maple Grove, Minnesota expansion
Flag of Michigan.svg Motor City FC Warren, Michigan expansion
Flag of Florida.svg NTC Rush Greater Orlando Clermont, Florida expansion
Flag of California.svg Primero de Mayo Greater Sacramento Sacramento, California expansion
Flag of Rhode Island.svg Rhode Island Reds FC Rhode Island expansion
Flag of Florida.svg Tampa Bay Hellenic Tampa Bay Area Tampa, Florida WPSL, W-League (as VSI Tampa Bay FC)
Flag of Florida.svg Treasure Coast Dynamites Port St. Lucie, Florida expansion

Folded/moved teams[edit]



Regional semi-finals Regional finals National semi-finals[2][3][4][5] National finals[6]
 Connecticut CFC Passion  2
 Maryland ASA Charge  1  
 Connecticut CFC Passion  1
   New York (state) NYAC  0  
 New York (state) NYAC  3
 Massachusetts Breakers Reserves  2  
 Connecticut CFC Passion  0
   Texas Houston Aces  2  
 Alabama Alabama FC  0
 Oklahoma Oklahoma City FC  1  
 Oklahoma Oklahoma City FC  0
   Texas Houston Aces  2  
 Texas Houston Aces  2
 Florida Tampa Bay Hellenic  0  
 Texas Houston Aces  0
   California Beach Futbol Club  1
 Indiana FC Indiana  1st
 Michigan Motor City FC  2nd  
 Indiana FC Indiana  0
   Illinois Red Stars Reserves  2  
 Illinois Red Stars Reserves  1st
 Iowa Des Moines Menace  2nd  
 Illinois Red Stars Reserves  0
   California Beach Futbol Club  4(OT)  
 Washington (state) Issaquah Soccer Club  1
 California California Storm  3  
 California California Storm  0
   California Beach Futbol Club  4  
 California North Bay FC Wave  2
 California Beach Futbol Club  3