Bellingham United turns it around, has chance for second place in EPLWA

bufc-clearThe first-ever club announced in the Evergreen Premier League back in the summer and fall of 2013 was Bellingham United FC The “Hammers” came over from the Pacific Coast Soccer League, now a Canadian-only enterprise. BUFC are seen as leaders in community involvement, fan support and running a semi-pro operation.

This Sunday July 31 the Hammers host the Seattle Stars at 3 PM at Civic Stadium in Bellingham. A win for United would clinch their highest-ever finish in the EPLWA. They finished second in the PCSL in 2013.

coverHammersTeam The indoor Hammers set the tone for an outdoor revival by winning the WISL.

The 2016 performance marks a drastic increase in wins and form over the disastrous 2015 EPLWA campaign when Bellingham suffered through a last-place finish on a 2-11-1 record. It could have been even worse. The Hammers did not win a match until their 11th contest. In…

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Embedded with V2FC: A weekend with the new EPLWA Champions


by David Falk, EPLWA Director of Communications

Evergreen Premier League President Peter Ostrovsky had to be out of state for work and so it was decided that I would be the league representative on hand to present the EPLWA Trophy if it was clinched last weekend. This meant taking the train to Vancouver to be there for the Saturday July 23 match between V2FC and the Spokane Shadow.
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Championship Weekend sees Vancouver Victory raise EPLWA trophy


The six games played July 23-24 in the Evergreen Premier League have helped decide the 2016 Champions. Vancouver Victory FC got the result they needed and added to their win total on Sunday to raise the Evergreen Premier League Trophy presented by Ruffneck Scarves. A heated race continues for second place as well as other spots in the table.
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