WPS records and statistics
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The following is a compilation of notable records and statistics for teams and players in and seasons of Women's Professional Soccer.
WPS Winners and Runners-Up
|2009||Sky Blue FC||Los Angeles Sol||Los Angeles Sol||Saint Louis Athletica|
|2010||FC Gold Pride||Philadelphia Independence||FC Gold Pride||Boston Breakers|
|2011||Western New York Flash||Philadelphia Independence||Western New York Flash||Philadelphia Independence|
|Sky Blue FC||1-0||Los Angeles Sol||Home Depot Center|
|FC Gold Pride||4-0||Philadelphia Independence||Pioneer Stadium|
|Western New York Flash||1-1 (AET)
|Philadelphia Independence||Sahlen's Stadium|
All-Time Scoring Leaders
* Through 2011 regular season
Tiebreak for otherwise identical records is most recent success
All-Time Regular Season Records
From 2009 season till 2011
|1||Boston Breakers||3 (2009-2011)||62||22||26||14||73||72||+1||80||1.290||1||1|
|2||Sky Blue FC||3 (2009-2011)||62||19||27||16||63||80||-17||73||1.177||1|
|3||FC Gold Pride||2 (2009-2010)||44||20||13||11||63||47||+16||71||1.614||1|
|4||Philadelphia Independence||2 (2010-2011)||42||21||14||7||68||54||+14||70||1.667||1||1|
|5||Washington Freedom||2 (2009-2010)||44||16||16||12||65||65||0||60||1.354||1||1|
|6||Chicago Red Stars||2 (2009-2010)||44||12||21||11||36||52||-13||47||1.068|
|7||Saint Louis Athletica||2 (2009-2010)||26||12||7||7||28||23||+5||43||1.654||1|
|8||Western New York Flash||1 (2011)||18||13||2||3||40||18||+22||42||2.333||1|
|9||Los Angeles Sol||1 (2009)||20||12||3||5||27||10||+17||41||2.050||1|
|11||Atlanta Beat||2 (2010-2011)||42||6||26||10||27||72||-45||28||0.667|
*includes point deduction(s)
All-Time Playoffs Records
From 2009 season till 2011
|1 (2)||Philadelphia Independence||2 / 2||100.00%||5||3||1||1||0||6||6||0||10||2.00||3 (3)|
|2 (1)||Sky Blue FC||1 / 3||33.33%||3||3||0||0||0||4||1||+3||9||3.00||2 (2)|
|3 (NA)||magicJack||1 / 1||100.00%||2||1||1||0||0||3||3||0||3||1.50||4 (NA)|
|4 (3)||FC Gold Pride||1 / 2||50.00%||1||1||0||0||0||4||0||+4||3||3.00||1 (1)|
|5 (NA)||Western New York Flash||1 / 1||100.00%||1||0||0||1||1||1||1||0||1||1.00||5 (NA)|
|6 (4)||Washington Freedom||2 / 2||100.00%||2||0||2||0||0||1||3||-2||0||0.00||6 (4)|
|7 (5)||Los Angeles Sol||1 / 1||100.00%||1||0||1||0||0||0||1||-1||0||0.00||7 (5)|
|8 (6)||Saint Louis Athletica||1 / 1||100.00%||1||0||1||0||0||0||1||-1||0||0.00||8 (6)|
|9 (7)||Boston Breakers||2 / 3||66.66%||2||0||2||0||0||2||5||-3||0||0.00||9 (7)|
1Ties decided by shootout
Sort order is Pts, appearance%, total seasons, finishing position
Average Season Attendances
|2009||4,709||Los Angeles Sol||6,382||Sky Blue FC||3,651|
|2010||3,606||Chicago Red Stars||4,350||Philadelphia Independence||2,922|
|2011||3,654||Western New York Flash||5,438||magicJack||2,127|
Includes regular season games, playoffs, and All-Star matches; does not include friendlies
- The longest winning start to a season was achieved by both the Los Angeles Sol in 2009 and magicJack in 2011, with three wins each.
- The longest winning end to a season was achieved by the Western New York Flash in 2011, who finished the season with five straight wins.
- The longest unbeaten start to a season was achieved by the Western New York Flash in 2011, who opened the campaign with eight unbeaten games (seven wins and one tie).
- The longest unbeaten end to a season was achieved by FC Gold Pride in 2010, who closed the campaign with thirteen unbeaten games (nine wins and four ties).
- Counting the 2011 season, no team has played in every playoff series.
- However, if magicJack is considered to be the same team as the Washington Freedom (as its continuation), that team has qualified for every postseason.
- Two core groups of players have played together in all three seasons and qualified for the playoffs - the Washington-magicJack core mentioned above, centered on Abby Wambach, and the Los Angeles-Gold Pride-Western New York core, centered on Marta.
- The team to win the regular season title in both of the first two seasons has folded in the following offseason.
- Also, the same can be said for each team to lead the league in attendance the first two seasons.