Steelheads host WWPL match Saturday against Issaquah in Smokey Point

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SMOKEY POINT, WA— The Snohomish County FC Steelheads (1-0-0 in WWPL, 2-0-2 overall) make their Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) home debut on Saturday May 4 when they host the ISC Gunners of Issaquah (0-1-0) at 4 PM at Lakewood High School in Smokey Point.

Last week the Steelheads debuted in the WWPL with an exciting 1-0 win over Tacoma Narrows FC down in Tacoma. Now the club turns its attention towards establishing a home fortress in league play.

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Already a Big Week

It’s already been a big week for SnoCo FC. The club broke through with some mainstream media coverage on Tuesday when the Everett Herald ran a feature on the Fish on the front of their sports section.

The team held training Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. On Thursday night four players who also compete with the Everett College Trojans traveled up to Bellingham with the school to play the Evergreen Premier League’s Bellingham United. Logen Flem, Cade Cooke, Gabe Acosta and Carlos Rodriguez have little time to rest after the spring match, which ended in a 2-0 win for the Hammers.

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Smokey Point Stickers

The first 50 fans through the gates on Saturday at Lakewood High School (gates open at 3:30 PM) will get a free “Smokey Point Steelheads” sticker. The club is honoring the former “designated census area” with a special logo design.

18-Man roster for Issaquah Match

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Mama Shoshana’s Cheesy Delights

Mama Shoshana is back in Snohomish and their food trailer will be baking up cheesy delights at Saturday’s match. Be sure to come hungry for local soccer — and some tasty food!

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Who: Snohomish County Steelheads versus Issaquah Gunners

What: WWPL League Match

When: Saturday  May 4, 4 PM Kick Off (Gates open at 3:30 PM)

Where: Dick Cardinal Stadium, Lakewood High School, Smokey Point

Why: Enjoy a local soccer experience and support Snohomish’s team

How: Tickets are $5 General Admission, visitors side of venue. Cash or credit. Ages 6-under free. There is room to bring your own chairs and sit along the sideline fence.

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