Spirit fall 2-0 in Portland to end west coast trip 1-1
The Washington Spirit ended their first west coast road trip Sunday afternoon falling 2-0 to league-leaders Portland Thorns FC in front of 12,474 fans at JELD-WEN Field in downtown Portland. Goals by Christine Sinclair and Alex Morgan in the closing minutes of each half where the difference.
Spirit Reserves grab first W-League win
Undaunted by their inability to find the net in the first half, the Washington Spirit Reserves resilience paid off with two second half goals to top the Virginia Beach Piranhas Saturday night at the Maryland SoccerPlex. The final 45 minutes became the ‘tale of two Ashleys’ as goals by both Ashley Herndon and Ashley Spivey proved enough to best the pesky Piranhas.
Spirit weather early Reign storms in each half for first NWSL win
The Washington Spirit notched their first franchise win in official National Women’s Soccer League action Thursday night defeating Seattle Reign FC 4-2 in front of 1,011 fans at Starfire Sports Complex Stadium just outside of Seattle, Wash.
Spirit open 3-game road trip in Seattle tonight – Watch Live
Thursday’s 10 p.m. matchup with the Seattle Reign at Starfire Stadium marks the first of a three-game road trip, which will also take the club through Portland on Sunday and then to Boston next weekend.
Spirit Reserves drop W-League opener 2-1 to New York
The Washington Spirit Reserves failed to hold a one-goal lead to the visiting New York Magic, surrendering a pair of goals in final 15 minutes to fall 2-1on a stormy evening at the Maryland SoccerPlex. Magic forward Brittany Pfaff knocked home the game winner in the 86th minute to doom the Washington W-League side.
Spirit draw Boston 1-1 a second time in front of 4,027
The Washington Spirit closed out their four game home stand with their third 1-1 draw in their first five games in the National Women’s Soccer League. The 4,027 fans filling Maryland SoccerPlex stadium keeps the team attendance average above 4,204 with four out of 11 home games played so far.
Rematch with Boston closes out homestand on Saturday
The Washington Spirit are gearing up for their first rematch of the year (Saturday’s 7 p.m. kickoff @ Maryland SoccerPlex Stadium), with a chance to end their homestand on a high note before packing up for a three-game road trip.
Spirit drop 2-1 result to Portland Saturday in front of 5,011 sell-out
The Washington Spirit set one record Saturday night, but failed to improve on another. The new professional women’s soccer team packed a sell-out crowd of 5,011 fans into the Maryland SoccerPlex for the visit of Portland Thorns FC, but could not complete a late comeback effort to improve on their season points total as Portland won 2-1.
Spirit vs. Portland Thorns Officially SOLD OUT
The Washington Spirit are proud to announce we have completely sold out for today’s game against the Portland Thorns. The box office will be closed. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. Fans missing out on tickets can watch online at www.youtube.
Spirit looking for first win against league-leading Portland Thorns
With international stars, two of the National Women’s Soccer League’s top goal-scorers and an expected sellout crowd, Saturday will be a special night at the Maryland SoccerPlex.