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Women's United Soccer Association

2000–2003

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The Women's United Soccer Association (WUSA) was found in 2000 as the world's first women's soccer league. Its first season was held in 2001. There were originally 8 teams around the United States. WUSA discountinued on September 15, 2003.

Women's Professional Soccer

2008–2012

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After a 4-year hiatus, a second women's soccer league was found in 2007, and in 2008 formed the new name, Women's Professional Soccer (WPS). With the first season held in 2009, there were 7 leagues during that time, which was shortened to 6 during the 2011 season. The league had again folded in 2012. Note: this was the only league to have a forth color on the logo, alongside the usual All-American colors. In that case, a beige color was used.

National Women's Soccer League

2012–present

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A few months after WPS was folded in 2012, a new women's soccer league once again formed, with the name National Women's Soccer League (NWSL). Its first season was held on 2013, with 9 teams formed. The league currently runs today.


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