Soccer City, MWSL ink three-year deal

Custom online store for Metro Women's Soccer League members

The Metro Women’s Soccer League (MWSL) recently announced a new three-year partnership agreement with Soccer City.

As part of being the new official supplier to the MWSL, Soccer City will be launching a custom online store exclusively for the members of the MWSL.  The members will be able to take advantage of volume pricing on  team orders or even just single items, 24 hours a day 7 days a week. The site will be available sometime early September.

“I am excited about this partnership because of the opportunities it affords our membership,” said Laurie Robertson, President of MWSL. “As well, we’re looking forward to our own online store and working with the great team at Soccer City.”

Local teams in MWSL include Surrey United and Coastal FC of the Premier Division, and the CCB Ajax (Central City Breakers), CCB Blaze and the Sur-Del Hotshots of Division One.

“We’re absolutely thrilled we could come together with the MWSL,” said Dave Hleucka of Soccer City. “Soccer City has been a big proponent of the women’s game for a while and this was an easy decision to come aboard.”

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