The Women’s Premier Soccer League unveiled its official Roster of Teams and 2023 Alignment during its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday in Oklahoma City. The WPSL’s 25th season will feature a total of 130 teams – the largest women’s soccer league in the world.
Chattanooga Football Club is among 9 teams slated to compete in the Southeast Conference for 2023. Joining them will be: 865 Alliance (Knoxville, TN), Atlanta United Fire (Atlanta, GA), Charlotte Eagles (Charlotte, NC), FC Birmingham (Birmingham, AL), Georgia Impact (Canton, GA), Nashville Rhythm (Nashville, TN), Soda City FC (Columbia, SC), and Women's Football Club (Charlotte, NC). Each team will host a minimum of four home games and travel for at least four games.
The league’s 2023 landscape is structured with 16 conferences across four regions and will feature 32 new expansions that will take the WPSL field for the first time.
In addition to the 9 teams in the Southeast Conference, the South Region includes Red River Conference (5 teams), Sunshine Conference Coconut Palms (5 teams), Sunshine Conference Palmetto Palms (5 teams), and Texas Triangle Conference (8 teams).
Chattanooga Football Club has already announced early signings for the 2023 campaign. It will host Open Tryouts on February 18 at Finley Stadium. For more details or to register click here.
Official schedules will be released in March with the regular season opening play on May 11 and concluding on July 9. The 2023 WPSL Postseason will kick off the second weekend in July.
About the Women’s Premier Soccer League
In its 25th season, the WPSL is the longest active women’s soccer league with more than 130 clubs from coast to coast in 33 states – making it the world’s largest women’s soccer league. WPSL rosters feature elite collegiate, post-collegiate, international, and standout prep student-athletes. Many of the United States’ most accomplished women’s players have played in the WPSL, including household names such as Brandi Chastain, Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, Rose Lavelle, Catarina Macario, and Tobin Heath.
About Chattanooga Football Club
Chattanooga Football Club was founded in 2009. The CFC Men's team competes in the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA), which is in the third division of professional soccer. The CFC Women's team is a summer amateur team that competes in the Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL). Chattanooga Football Club became the first soccer club to offer true ownership to the fans in 2019 with 3,200+ investors from Chattanooga, all 50 states, and 31 countries. CFC plays all home games in Finley Stadium in Chattanooga.