Steelheads announce three home matches to kick off 2020 season

logo--gold-starSMOKEY POINT, WA— The Snohomish County FC Steelheads today announce they have scheduled three home matches to kick off their 2020 elite adult men’s soccer season. Following open tryouts on March 7 and 8, the defending Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) Champions will host Gala FC Pro Focus Academy, Wenatchee All Stars FC and the Edmonds CC Tritons in friendlies during the months of March and April at Lakewood High School Stadium in Smokey Point.

Steelheads full season pass lanyards are available online now for just $30. The passes get you into all 8 home matches, any Washington State Super Cup home matches, and also include entry to 4 Gala FC PFA home matches that are double headers with SnoCo FC league contests.

General Admission at the gate is $5 for ages 7-adult. Kids 6-under are free. Matches are played at Dick Cardinal Stadium at Lakewood High School in Arlington / Smokey Point.

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March 22 v. Gala PFA

1_Final_Lion-Logo-copy_flattenedThe Steelheads will host Gala Football Club’s new men’s team, Pro Focus Academy (PFA) on Sunday March 22 at 3 PM in Smokey Point. Gala PFA are part of the new WWPL Second Division. The club features talented U-19 players who won a string of tournaments last summer and are eager to show they are ready to move up to Snoco FC. Gala PFA are partners with the Steelheads in creating a pipeline from older youth to adult men’s elite soccer in Snohomish County. This match is a great chance for both clubs to mingle and discover our common bonds through soccer.

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March 29 v. Wenatchee Valley All Stars

72527472_107468387339265_515440562791251968_nIn 2019 Snohomish County traveled to Wenatchee to play a preseason friendly just as Wenatchee were getting a program together. That match ended in a 1-1 draw as Gunnar Stohl scored late on to rescue the Fish. Now Wenatchee have had a year to organize and have selected a name and crest. They return the favor by coming over to our side of the mountains for a Sunday matinee match at 3 PM at LHS. Get a look at what is happening in Wenatchee soccer and how the Fish are doing to get ready for the regular season.

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April 11 v. Edmonds Community College Tritons

triton-page-001It’s the historic first-ever meeting between the Steelheads and NWAC school Edmonds CC Tritons. Several current Steelheads played college soccer at Edmonds, and Steelheads Director of Soccer and Head Coach Dagi Kesim is looking forward to observing the talent the Tritons and their Head Coach Ozzy Erkut have to offer ahead of their next season. The match will be a gathering of plenty of Snohomish-based players who know each other, on both sides. The contest takes place on a Saturday at 3 PM at Lakewood High School.

The Steelheads will begin announcing their 2020 WWPL Schedule along with the Gala PFA WWPL 2 Schedule in the coming weeks.

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