2019 National Women's Soccer League season

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National Women's Soccer League
Season2019
Matches played93
Goals scored245 (2.63 per match)
Top goalscorerSam Kerr (16)
Biggest home winNCC 5–0 ORL
(April 17)
POR 5–0 HOU
(July 24)
Biggest away winPOR 0–6 NCC
(September 11)
Highest scoringCHI 4–4 POR
(April 20)
Longest winning run5 games
Chicago Red Stars
(July 13 – August 10)
Longest unbeaten run7 games
Washington Spirit
(May 4 – July 6)
Longest winless run9 games
Orlando Pride
(April 14 – June 15)
Sky Blue FC
(April 13 – July 6)
Longest losing run5 games
Orlando Pride
(April 27 – June 1)
Sky Blue FC
(May 11 – July 6)
Highest attendance25,218
POR 2–1 NCC
(August 11)
Lowest attendance1,321
SKY 2–2 POR
(April 28)
Total attendance662,811
Average attendance7,127
2018
2020
All statistics correct as of September 17, 2019.

The 2019 National Women's Soccer League season is the seventh season of the National Women's Soccer League, the top division of women's soccer in the United States. Including the NWSL's two professional predecessors, Women's Professional Soccer (2009–2011) and the Women's United Soccer Association (2001–2003), it is the thirteenth overall season of FIFA and USSF-sanctioned top division women's soccer in the United States.

The league is operated by the United States Soccer Federation and receives major financial backing from that body. Further financial backing is provided by the Canadian Soccer Association. Both national federations pay the league salaries of many of their respective national team members in an effort to nurture talent in those nations and take the financial burden of individual clubs.

Teams, stadiums, and personnel[edit]

Stadiums and locations[edit]

The Dash does not make its stadium's entire capacity available for home games, instead restricting ticket sales at a lower level. The full capacity of this venue is included in parentheses and italics.

Two stadiums were renamed during the season. First, on June 4, Exploria Resorts acquired the naming rights to Orlando City Stadium, which was accordingly renamed Exploria Stadium.[1] Then, on June 13, the U.S. arm of the Spanish multinational bank BBVA announced a rebranding of the U.S. operations from "BBVA Compass" to "BBVA". As part of the rebranding, BBVA Compass Stadium became simply BBVA Stadium.[2]

Personnel and sponsorship[edit]

Note: All of the teams use Nike as their kit manufacturer.

Team Head coach Shirt sponsor
Chicago Red Stars United States Rory Dames
Houston Dash England James Clarkson
North Carolina Courage England Paul Riley Continental AG
Orlando Pride England Marc Skinner Orlando Health
Portland Thorns England Mark Parsons Providence Health & Services
Reign FC North Macedonia Vlatko Andonovski Zulily
Sky Blue FC England Freya Coombe (interim) Meridian Health
Utah Royals FC England Laura Harvey Conservice
Washington Spirit England Richie Burke GEICO

Coaching changes[edit]

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Incoming manager Date of appointment Ref.
Washington Spirit United States Tom Torres End of interim period September 2, 2018 England Richie Burke January 8, 2019 [3][4]
Orlando Pride Scotland Tom Sermanni Mutual separation September 14, 2018 England Marc Skinner January 14, 2019 [5][6]
Houston Dash Netherlands Vera Pauw Mutual separation September 20, 2018 England James Clarkson December 11, 2018 [7][8]
Sky Blue FC United States Denise Reddy Fired June 28, 2019 England Freya Coombe (interim) September 4, 2019 [9][10]

League standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 North Carolina Courage 21 13 4 4 47 19 +28 43 NWSL Shield
2 Chicago Red Stars 22 12 2 8 36 26 +10 38 NWSL Playoffs
3 Portland Thorns FC 21 10 6 5 39 29 +10 36
4 Utah Royals FC 20 9 4 7 21 17 +4 31
5 Reign FC 20 8 7 5 21 23 −2 31
6 Washington Spirit 19 7 5 7 24 21 +3 26
7 Houston Dash 21 7 4 10 20 33 −13 25
8 Sky Blue FC (E) 21 4 4 13 16 30 −14 16
9 Orlando Pride (E) 21 4 2 15 21 47 −26 14
Updated to match(es) played on September 17, 2019. Source: NWSL
Rules for classification: Tiebreakers
(E) Eliminated.

Tiebreakers[edit]

The initial determining factor for a team's position in the standings is most points earned, with three points earned for a win, one point for a draw, and zero points for a loss. If two or more teams tie in point total, when determining rank and playoff qualification and seeding, the NWSL uses the following tiebreaker rules,[11] going down the list until all teams are ranked.

  1. Head to Head win/loss record between the teams (or points-per-game if more than two teams).
  2. Greater goal difference across the entire season (against all teams, not just tied teams).
  3. Greatest total number of goals scored (against all teams).
  4. Apply #1–3 to games played on the road.
  5. Apply #1–3 to games played at home.
  6. If teams are still equal, ranking will be determined by a coin toss.

NOTE: If two clubs remain tied after another club with the same number of points advances during any step, the tie breaker reverts to step 1 of the two-club format.

Attendance[edit]

Average home attendances[edit]

Ranked from highest to lowest average attendance.

Team GP Attendance High Low Average
Portland Thorns FC 10 195,638 25,218 15,581 19,564
Utah Royals FC 10 109,829 18,015 5,777 10,983
Washington Spirit 11 68,061 19,471 2,097 6,187
Chicago Red Stars 10 56,250 17,388 2,023 5,625
North Carolina Courage 11 61,301 9,563 4,053 5,573
Orlando Pride 10 52,626 9,415 3,703 5,263
Reign FC 9 43,977 7,479 3,032 4,886
Houston Dash 11 43,384 5,327 2,933 3,944
Sky Blue FC 11 31,745 9,415 1,321 2,886
Total 93 662,811 25,218 1,321 7,127

Updated to games played on September 17, 2019.[12]

Highest attendances[edit]

Regular season

Rank Home team Score Away team Attendance Date Stadium
1 Portland Thorns FC 2–1 North Carolina Courage 25,218[13] August 11, 2019 (2019-08-11) Providence Park
2 Portland Thorns FC 5–0 Houston Dash 22,329[14] July 24, 2019 (2019-07-24) Providence Park
3 Portland Thorns FC 3–1 Washington Spirit 20,895[15] August 17, 2019 (2019-08-17) Providence Park
4 Washington Spirit 2–1 Orlando Pride 19,471[16] August 24, 2019 (2019-08-24) Audi Field
5 Portland Thorns FC 3–0 Chicago Red Stars 19,461[17] June 2, 2019 (2019-06-02) Providence Park
6 Portland Thorns FC 0–1 Reign FC 19,116[18] July 5, 2019 (2019-07-05) Providence Park
7 Portland Thorns FC 1–1 Sky Blue FC 19,070[19] August 3, 2019 (2019-08-03) Providence Park
8 Portland Thorns FC 4–3 Orlando Pride 18,909[20] July 14, 2019 (2019-07-14) Providence Park
9 Utah Royals FC 1–0 Washington Spirit 18,015[21] April 20, 2019 (2019-04-20) Rio Tinto Stadium
10 Portland Thorns FC 3–0 Chicago Red Stars 17,542[22] August 25, 2019 (2019-08-25) Providence Park

Updated to games played on September 17, 2019.[12]

Statistical leaders[edit]

As of September 17, 2019

Individual awards[edit]

As of August 14, 2019

Monthly Awards[edit]

Player of the Month[edit]

Month Player of the Month Club Month's Stateline
April United States Crystal Dunn North Carolina Courage 4 Goals in three games, 2 Assists and 3 chances created. [24]
May Australia Sam Kerr Chicago Red Stars 4 Goals in three games.[25]
June Wales Jess Fishlock Reign FC 3 Goals in three games. 1 Assist, 8 shots, and 7 chances created.[26]
July United States Kristen Hamilton North Carolina Courage 4 goals in a single match. 5 goals and 2 assists in July.[27]
August United States Christen Press Utah Royals FC 3 Goals, 13 shots on goal, 12 chances created. [28]

Team of the Month[edit]

Month Goalkeeper Defenders Midfielders Forwards Ref
April Canada Kailen Sheridan, NJ United States Casey Short, CHI
United States Becky Sauerbrunn, UTA
New Zealand Abby Erceg, NC
United States Meghan Klingenberg, POR
Canada Christine Sinclair, POR
Japan Yuki Nagasato, CHI
United States Crystal Dunn, NC
United States Christen Press, UTA
Australia Sam Kerr, CHI
United States Tobin Heath, POR
[29]
May United States Aubrey Bledsoe, WAS United States Casey Short, CHI
Scotland Rachel Corsie, UTA
United States Sam Staab, WAS
United States Merritt Mathias, NC
Japan Yuki Nagasato, CHI
United States Jordan DiBiasi, WAS
Spain Vero Boquete, UTA
Australia Sam Kerr, CHI
United States Amy Rodriguez, UTA
United States Ashley Hatch, WAS
[30]
June United States Aubrey Bledsoe, WAS United States Casey Short, CHI
United States Sam Staab, WAS
United States Megan Oyster, RFC
United States Katherine Reynolds, POR
United States Andi Sullivan, WAS
Wales Jess Fishlock, RFC
United States Kristen Hamilton, NC
United States Midge Purce, POR
United States Amy Rodriguez, UTA
United States Ifeoma Onumonu, RFC
[31]
July Canada Kailen Sheridan, NJ United States Casey Short, CHI
United States Sarah Gorden, CHI
New Zealand Abby Erceg, NC
United States Merritt Mathias, NC
United States Vanessa DiBernardo, CHI
Brazil Debinha, NC
United States Gabby Seiler, POR
United States Kristen Hamilton, NC
Australia Sam Kerr, CHI
Brazil Marta, ORL
[32]
August United States Aubrey Bledsoe, WAS United States Jaelene Hinkle, NC
United States Emily Menges, POR
New Zealand Abby Erceg, NC
United States Casey Short, CHI
Brazil Debinha, NC
Canada Christine Sinclair, POR
United States Lo'eau LaBonta, UTA
United States Midge Purce, POR
United States Christen Press, UTA
United States Amy Rodriguez, UTA
[33]

Weekly awards[edit]

Week Player of the Week Goal of the Week Save of the Week Reference
Player Club Player Club Player Club
1 United States Tobin Heath Portland Thorns FC United States Tobin Heath Portland Thorns FC United States Ashlyn Harris Orlando Pride [34] [35] [36]
2 Canada Christine Sinclair Portland Thorns FC Australia Alanna Kennedy Orlando Pride Canada Kailen Sheridan Sky Blue FC [37] [38] [39]
3 Japan Yuki Nagasato Chicago Red Stars United States Tobin Heath Portland Thorns FC Canada Kailen Sheridan Sky Blue FC [40] [41] [42]
4 United States Aubrey Bledsoe Washington Spirit United States Kealia Ohai Houston Dash United States Aubrey Bledsoe Washington Spirit [43] [44] [45]
5 Australia Sam Kerr Chicago Red Stars Brazil Andressinha Portland Thorns United States Haley Kopmeyer Orlando Pride [46] [47] [48]
6 Australia Sam Kerr Chicago Red Stars United States Jordan DiBiasi Washington Spirit Honorary
United States Morgan Andrews
Winner
United States Britt Eckerstrom

Reign FC

Portland Thorns
[49] [50] [51] [52]
7 United States Aubrey Bledsoe Washington Spirit United States Bethany Balcer Reign FC United States Paige Nielsen Washington Spirit [53] [54] [55]
8 United States Kristen Hamilton North Carolina Courage United States Margaret Purce Portland Thorns United States Jane Campbell Houston Dash [56] [57] [58]
9 Wales Jess Fishlock Reign FC United States Amy Rodriguez Utah Royals FC United States Haley Kopmeyer Orlando Pride [59] [60] [61]
10 United States Ifeoma Onumonu Reign FC Wales Jess Fishlock Reign FC United States Haley Kopmeyer Orlando Pride [62] [63] [64]
11 Australia Sam Kerr Chicago Red Stars United States Tyler Lussi Portland Thorns United States Haley Kopmeyer Orlando Pride [65] [66] [67]
12 United States Kristen Hamilton North Carolina Courage Brazil Marta Orlando Pride United States Aubrey Bledsoe Washington Spirit [68] [69] [70]
13 Brazil Marta Orlando Pride United States Tyler Lussi Portland Thorns United States Haley Kopmeyer Orlando Pride [71] [72] [73]
14 Australia Sam Kerr Chicago Red Stars United States Christen Press Utah Royals FC United States Adrianna Franch Portland Thorns FC [74] [75] [76]
15 United States Kristen Hamilton North Carolina Courage United States Christen Press Utah Royals FC United States Jane Campbell Houston Dash [77] [78] [79]
16 Australia Sam Kerr Chicago Red Stars Australia Sam Kerr Chicago Red Stars United States Aubrey Bledsoe Washington Spirit [80] [81] [82]
17 United States Christen Press Utah Royals FC United States Amy Rodriguez Utah Royals FC United States Adrianna Franch Portland Thorns FC [83] [84] [85]
18 United States Paige Monaghan Sky Blue FC [86]
19 United States Midge Purce Portland Thorns FC [87]
21 United States Darian Jenkins Reign FC [88]

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