This Weekend in Virginia Beach at the Field House!! WAGS hosted Referee Training  Read all the details in the attached flyer. If interested contact Julie Heiry to see if spots remain, contact information provided. View the flyer

WAGS is inviting female Head Coaches who had teams that played in the WAGS Tournament 2018 to apply to embark on a groundbreaking International Coaching Education Trip to France in June, to include attending two World Cup Matches. We are thrilled to offer this opportunity and feel it will be …

WAGS held our annual tournament the weekend of October 6th-8th, 2018. For WAGS Tournament 2018 we welcomed 518 teams from 22 states from as far west as California and as far southeast as Florida, including teams representing Canada. We saw amazing soccer, great sportsmanship, great effort by our referees, trainers …

WAGS will host our annual WAGS Tournament the weekend of October 6th – 8th. This is the singular fundraiser that supports WAGS ability to empower women and girls through soccer. 

Upcoming Event!! Female-Only New Referee Certification Course August 4th & 5th in Richmond, VA Sponsored by WAGS – See our Referee Page for complete details.    

Hear what she had to say…..   Ellis Blazes Trail for Female Coaches A yearlong journey of growth and inspiration. #USWNT coach Jill Ellis reflects on becoming the first woman to earn a Pro License. Posted by U.S. Soccer Coaching Education on Thursday, February 22, 2018

Women and Girls in Soccer (WAGS) announced it will host a Grade 8 referee course March 10th and 11th at Edison High School in Alexandria, VA. The course will be conducted by Diane Florkowski, with 30 females already registered which was the maximum number for the course.  Recently WAGS sponsored …

Women and Girls in Soccer (WAGS) announced it will host and sponsor a “D” License Instructional weekend for female coaches only, February 9th, 10th and 11th, 2018 in Alexandria, VA.  PressReleaseDLicense1.pdf  

Washington Area Girls Soccer (WAGS) announced today it has completed its official transition to Women And Girls in Soccer. WAGS was, for 40 years, a competitive soccer league for girls in the Washington, DC area. The league merged with the National Capital Soccer League in 2016. WAGS’ Board of Directors …