WPS Suspends Play for 2012 Season

Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) announced today that its Board of Governors has voted to suspend the 2012 season to permit the League to focus on the resolution of certain pending legal issues and the challenges that now face the League as a result of its ongoing dispute with a former owner.

2011 Boston Breakers schedule and results

Here is the full picture of how Bostons breakers did in the WPS including all their games, where they played and what the score was. For more up to date news on Boston Breakers visit the tag page for the Boston Breakers.. you wont be disappointed and you will find out what the team is doing now from a fans perspective!
2011 Boston schedule


Goalkeeper Karen Bardsley Named WPS Player of the Month

Somerset, N.J. (Thursday, June 3, 2010) – Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) announced today that Sky Blue FC goalkeeper Karen Bardsley has been named WPS Player of the Month for the month of May. Bardsley accumulated a 1-1-2 record in May, registering two shutouts and 31 saves in the four matches her team played.

“I feel very fortunate to have this honor bestowed upon me,” Bardsley said of the accolade. “I definitely embrace an award like this, and I'm so happy that our play in the back has been translating to success for us as a team.”


GK Karen Bardsley Named WPS Player of the Week

Bardsley Recorded 13 Saves to Lead Sky Blue FC Past the Atlanta Beat, 1-0 (Photo by Howard C. Smith - ISI Photos)

Somerset, N.J. (Tuesday, May 11, 2010) – After registering 13 saves en route to her league-leading third shutout of the season, Sky Blue FC goalkeeper Karen Bardsley has been named the Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) Player of the Week. Many of Bardsley’s saves were done in spectacular fashion in a Sunday evening road win over the Atlanta Beat, 1-0, and her blank slate helped move Sky Blue FC into sole possession of second place in the WPS Standings.


Karen Bardsley Leads Sky Blue FC Past the Atlanta Beat

Sky Blue FC Wins KSU Soccer Stadium Opener, 1-0(Photo by Michael Pimentel - ISI Photos)

Kennesaw, Ga. (Sunday, May 9, 2010) – Goalkeeper Karen Bardsley put forth a stellar effort on the road tonight in what was the first-ever match at KSU Soccer Stadium, leading Sky Blue FC (3-2-0, 9 points) to a 1-0 victory over the Atlanta Beat (0-4-1, 1 point). The lone tally of the night came via an own goal by the Beat in the 50th minute, and the three points picked up by Sky Blue FC moves the team into second place in the Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) Standings.

2009 WPS schedule

Here is a balst from the past!! Here is the full list of wps games from everything from who was up against who and when to where the matches took place and what happened! Right click the image and click "view image" to get a better view! Currently the wps is out of action but the womens pro soccer website is not and you can still get involved by joining up and talking about womens soccer from across the world!


"Goofy" Makes the Big Time

Karen Bardsley started playing soccer at age 5, and became a goalkeeper because “basically no one else really wanted to do it, and I was naturally good at it.” When she asked her native-born English father to sign her up to play soccer, he said “Girls don’t play soccer.” He signed her up anyway, and now with her English mom, they are Karen’s biggest fans.

Q: Goalkeeper—it’s a “feast or famine” position, right?


Boston 2010 schedule

For full up to date schedule, news and posts made by fans on news, and updates for the Boston breakers please visit the Boston tag page here on womensprosoccer.