Seattle Sounders Women
|Full name||Seattle Sounders Women|
|Stadium||Starfire Sports Stadium|
|General manager||Jason Prenovost|
|Head coach||Scott Ford|
|League||Women's Premier Soccer League|
|2018||Regular season: 1st, W Region (NW Conference)|
Founded in 2001, the Sounders Women were a sister organization of the men's team in the USL First Division. Following the men's team's departure for Major League Soccer, Mike Jennings, owner of the United Soccer League franchise Tacoma Tide, took over the Sounders Women's ownership. In 2011, Cliff McElroy and Lane Smith of Datec Inc. became majority owners, while Mike Jennings has maintained a minority stake. In January 2020, Seattle Sounders FC terminated its branding agreement, leading to a re-brand with Sound FC, a youth soccer club based in Woodinville, Washington.
The Sounders Women were most notable for having signed five U.S. international players, Hope Solo, Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, Sydney Leroux, and Stephanie Cox, following the collapse of the Women's Professional Soccer in 2012.
As of 21 May 2019.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|2001||USL W-League||3rd, Western|
|2002||USL W-League||4th, Western||Western Conference Finals|
|2003||USL W-League||2nd, Western|
|2004||USL W-League||2nd, Western||Western Conference Finals|
|2005||USL W-League||5th, Western|
|2006||USL W-League||2nd, Western||National Semifinals (3rd Place)|
|2007||USL W-League||2nd, Western||National Semifinals (3rd Place)|
|2008||USL W-League||3rd, Western||National Semifinals (4th Place)|
|2009||USL W-League||4th, Western|
|2010||USL W-League||3rd, Western|
|2011||USL W-League||5th, Western||National Semifinals (4th Place)|
|2012||USL W-League||2nd, Western||Western Conference Finals|
|2013||USL W-League||3rd, Western||Did not qualify|
|2014||USL W-League||3rd, Western||Did not qualify|
|2015||USL W-League||1st, Western||Conference Playoff|
|2016||WPSL||1st, Northwestern||Conference Playoff|
|2017||WPSL||1st, Northwestern||Conference Playoff|
|2018||WPSL||1st, Northwestern||WPSL Champions|
- "Sounders Women to re-brand". Sounders Women. 11 January 2020. Retrieved 13 January 2020.
- Bird, Liviu (July 6, 2012). "W-League: Sounders Women Carry the Flag". The New York Times. Retrieved May 14, 2019.
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