The Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL) awarded Team Boca a franchise to participate in the national Pro-Am league beginning in 2012. The WPSL is the largest women's soccer league in the world with over 70 teams nationwide. The league was formed in 1998 and is an affiliate of the US Soccer Federation (USSF). "The WPSL is pleased to announce the addition of Team Boca. Their history in youth soccer is extensive and marked with much success and they are a great addition to our league", said Brad Partridge, League Commissioner. The WPSL season runs from May through July and consists of the nation's top college, post-college, foreign, and select elite high school players. College programs encourage their players to participate in the WPSL to help them prepare for their upcoming season by competing alongside the most dedicated, competitive players in the nation. During the last eight years of the league, hundreds of college players have spent their summers playing on WPSL teams across the country. Most come from highly regarded collegiate programs such as Notre Dame, North Carolina, UCLA, FSU, Duke & many others. Several professional players and former and current U.S. National Team players have played on WPSL teams including Abby Wambach, Julie Foudy, Brandi Chastain, & Shannon Boxx, just to name a few. "We are extremely honored that the WPSL has invited us to become a member of their prestigious league" said Bill D'Addio, Director of Team Boca. "Its a great opportunity for our club, our local soccer community, and especially our Team Boca alumni who can now return to their home club and once again play for Team Boca at the highest national level", said D'Addio.
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2018 TEAM BOCA BLAST ROSTER (coming soon)
Team Training Schedule: Tues & Thur – 7pm – 9pm FAU Glades starts Tues May 8, 2018
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