2013 National Women's Soccer League season

The 2013 National Women's Soccer League season was the inaugural season of the National Women's Soccer League, the top division of women's soccer in the United States. Including the NWSL's two professional predecessors, Women's Professional Soccer (2009–2011) and the Women's United Soccer Association (2001–2003), this was the seventh overall season of FIFA and USSF-sanctioned top division women's soccer in the United States. The league was (and is) operated by the United States Soccer Federation and receives major financial backing from that body. Further financial backing was provided by the Canadian Soccer Association and the Mexican Football Federation. All three national federations paid the league salaries of many of their respective national team members in an effort to nurture talent in those nations.

National Women's Soccer League
Season2013
ChampionsPortland Thorns FC
NWSL ShieldWestern New York Flash
Matches played88
Goals scored238 (2.7 per match)
Top goalscorerLauren Holiday (12 goals)
Biggest home winNJ 5–1 BOS (June 1)
WNY 4–0 DC (June 28)
Biggest away winSEA 0–3 SBFC (May 19)
Highest scoring7 goals:
DC 2–5 BOS (July 27)
POR 4-3 KC (June 6)
Longest winning run5 games Sky Blue FC
(May 11 – June 1)
Longest unbeaten run10 games FC Kansas City
(June 23 – August 4)
Longest losing run9 games Seattle Reign FC
(April 16 – June 21)
Highest attendance17,619 POR v FCKC (August 4)
Lowest attendance688 NJ v CHI (May 8)[1]
Total attendance375,763
Average attendance4,270
2014

The league started on April 13 with FC Kansas City hosting Portland Thorns FC. The last regular season matches were played on August 18, followed by postseason playoffs which culminated with a one-game final on August 31.[2] In the final, Portland Thorns FC defeated the Western New York Flash 2–0 to win the inaugural NWSL Championship.[3][4]

Teams, stadiums, and personnel

Stadiums and locations

Personnel and sponsorship

Note: All teams used Nike as kit manufacturer.

Team Head coach Captain Shirt sponsor
Boston Breakers Lisa Cole (until August 2)[6] Cat Whitehill Ocean Spray
Cat Whitehill (after August 2)[7]
Chicago Red Stars Rory Dames[6] Lori Chalupny JimmyBars
FC Kansas City Vlatko Andonovski[6] Becky Sauerbrunn Title Boxing Club
Portland Thorns Cindy Parlow Cone[6] Christine Sinclair Providence Health & Services
Seattle Reign FC Laura Harvey[6] Keelin Winters Moda Health
Sky Blue FC Jim Gabarra[6] Christie Rampone 2NDFLOOR® Youth Helpline
Washington Spirit Mike Jorden (until June 30)[6] Lori Lindsey ProChain Solutions, Inc.
Mark Parsons (after June 30)[8]
Western New York Flash Aaran Lines[6] McCall Zerboni Sahlen's

Player Acquisition

Players were acquired through the 2013 Allocation of national team players announced on January 11, the 2013 NWSL College Draft on January 18, and the 2013 NWSL Supplemental Draft on February 7, along with free agency, trading and loans.

The Portland Thorns received an allocation with a notably strong offensive record including Alex Morgan and Christine Sinclair, the 2012 U.S. and Canadian Players of the Year and leading scorers for their national teams respectively, as well as a U.S. allocation (Morgan, Tobin Heath, and Rachel Buehler) that accounted for 1/3 of their national team's assists in 2012.[9][10][11]

Competition format

The regular season began on April 13 and ended on August 18. Each team played a total of 22 games: 11 at home and 11 away. Each team played

  • three other teams (based on an east/west geographical split) four times each: twice at home and twice away
  • two other teams twice each: once at home and once away
  • and the remaining two teams three times each: one twice at home and once away, the other vice versa

The four teams at the end of the season with the most points qualified for the playoffs. Two semifinal games were played on August 24, with the winners advancing to the league final to be played on August 31.[12]

Results table

[13]

Abbreviation and Color Key:
Boston Breakers – BOS • Chicago Red Stars – CHI • FC Kansas City – KC • Portland Thorns FC – POR
Seattle Reign FC – SEA • Sky Blue FC – NJ • Washington Spirit – WAS • Western New York Flash – WNY
Win   Loss   Tie   Home Game
Club Match
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
Boston BreakersWASWNYCHIWASKCWASNJWNYCHINJSEANJSEAPORNJPORKCWASWNYPORKCWNY
1–11–24–11–12–03–05–12–21–02–31–23–21–10–20–01–23–02–52–22–11–02-1
Chicago Red StarsSEAPORBOSNJPORWNYPORBOSKCKCWNYSEAWNYWASKCWASSEAPORSEAWASNJKC
1–10–24–11–10–22–10–21–00–21–32–23–11–00–23–31–04–13–33–11-03–31–2
FC Kansas CityPORSEASEAWNYBOSNJPORSEACHICHIWASNJPORWASWNYCHISEABOSNJPORBOSCHI
1–12–00–12–12–00–14–30–10–21–32–02–22–01–10–03–32–03–00–12–31-01–2
Portland Thorns FCKCSEACHIWASCHINJWASSEACHIKCSEANJKCBOSWNYBOSCHINJKCBOSWNYSEA
1–12–10–21–20–20–12–00–10–24–32–00–02–00–21–11–23–33–12–32-10–01–2
Seattle Reign FCCHIPORKCKCNJWASNJPORKCPORWNYBOSCHIBOSWNYWASKCCHICHIWNYWASPOR
1–12–12–00–12–02–40–30–10–12–01–11–23–11–13–22–12–04–13–11-01-01–2
Sky Blue FCWNYWASWNYCHISEAPORSEAKCBOSWNYBOSPORKCBOSWASBOSWNYKCPORWASCHIWAS
1–01–22–11–12–00–10–30–15–10–32–30–02–23–21–00–03–00–13–11–03–31–1
Washington SpiritBOSWNYNJPORBOSSEAPORBOSWNYKCWNYKCNJCHISEACHIBOSWNYNJCHISEANJ
1–11–11–21–21–12–42–03–00–22–04–01–11–00–22–11–02–53–01–01–01–01–1
Western New York FlashNJWASBOSNJKCCHIBOSNJWASCHISEAWASCHIKCSEAPORNJWASBOSSEAPORBOS
1–01–11–22–12–12–12–20–30–22–21–14–01–00–03–21–13–03–02–21–00–02–1

Scores listed as home-away

League standings

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Western New York Flash 22 10 8 4 36 20 +16 38 NWSL Shield
2 FC Kansas City 22 11 5 6 34 22 +12 38 NWSL Playoffs
3 Portland Thorns FC (C) 22 11 5 6 32 25 +7 38
4 Sky Blue FC 22 10 6 6 31 26 +5 36
5 Boston Breakers 22 8 6 8 35 34 +1 30
6 Chicago Red Stars 22 8 6 8 32 36 4 30
7 Seattle Reign FC 22 5 3 14 22 36 14 18
8 Washington Spirit 22 3 5 14 16 39 23 14
Source: soccerway.com
Rules for classification: Tiebreakers
(C) Champion.

NWSL Championship

The top four teams from the regular season qualified for the championship playoffs. In the semifinals, the regular season winner hosted the fourth-placed team and the regular season runner-up hosted the third-placed team. The highest-seeded semifinal winner then hosted the championship final. All match-ups were one-game series (as opposed to home-and-away series).

Semi-Finals Championship
      
1 Western New York Flash 2
4 Sky Blue FC 0
1 Western New York Flash 0
3 Portland Thorns FC 2
2 FC Kansas City 2
3 Portland Thorns FC (AET) 3

Semi-finals

FC Kansas City2–3 (a.e.t.)Portland Thorns FC
Tymrak  12'
Henderson  25'
Scott  73'
Buczkowski  86'
Report
Report
Heath  33'
Dougherty  50'
Long  61'  103'
Weimer  65'
Attendance: 4,016
Referee: Christina Unkel
Western New York Flash2–0Sky Blue FC
Lloyd  33 ',  90+'  42'
Huffman  90+'
Report
Report
Makoski  51'
Adams  90'
Attendance: 7,316
Referee: Katja Koroleva

Championship

Western New York Flash0–2Portland Thorns FC
Johnson  33'
Martin  74'
Report
Report
Heath  40'
Williamson  49'  57'
Long  89'
Ellertson  90'
Sinclair  90+'
Attendance: 9,129
Referee: Kari Seitz

Attendance

Average home attendances

Team Average Attendance
Boston Breakers 2,427[14]
Chicago Red Stars 1,713[14]
FC Kansas City 4,626[15]
Portland Thorns FC 13,320[15]
Seattle Reign FC 2,306[14]
Sky Blue FC 1,677[14]
Washington Spirit 3,626[16]
Western New York Flash 4,485[15]

Highest Attendance: 17,619[17] (August 4, Kansas City at Portland)

Lowest Attendance: 688[1] (May 8, Chicago at Sky Blue)

Total Attendance: 375,846[14] (88 games total)

League Average: 4,271[14]

Playoff attendance

Semifinal 1, Portland at FC Kansas City: 4,016[18]

Semifinal 2, Sky Blue at Western New York: 7,316[19]

Championship, Portland at Western New York: 9,129[20]

Statistical leaders

Goalkeeping

(Minimum of 540 Minutes Played)

Rank Goalkeeper Club GP MINS SOG SVS GA GAA W-L-T SHO
1 Adrianna Franch Western New York Flash 22 1978 119 98 20 0.909 10–4–8 7
2 Brittany Cameron Sky Blue FC 18 1619 83 65 17 0.945 9–4–5 8
3 Nicole Barnhart FC Kansas City 20 1800 86 67 19 0.950 10–5–5 10
4 Karina LeBlanc Portland Thorns FC 21 1890 114 92 23 1.095 11–5–5 7
5 Alyssa Naeher Boston Breakers 9 765 47 36 11 1.222 4–2–2 2
6 Taylor Vancil Chicago Red Stars 6 540 31 23 8 1.334 3–2–1 1
7 Hope Solo Seattle Reign FC 14 1260 101 81 19 1.357 5–6–2 0
8 Erin McLeod Chicago Red Stars 16 1430 92 64 28 1.750 5–6–5 4
9 Ashley Phillips Boston Breakers 11 945 51 32 20 1.818 2–5–4 1
10 Ashlyn Harris Washington Spirit 18 1620 118 85 33 1.882 2–11–4 1
11 Michelle Betos Seattle Reign FC 7 630 49 34 14 2.000 0–6–1 0

Source:[21]

Individual awards

Monthly awards

Month Player of the Month Club Month's Statline
April Christine Sinclair[22] Portland Thorns FC 2 G, 1 A in 3 games; Thorns 2–0–1 in April
May Brittany Cameron[23] Sky Blue FC 0.5 GAA, 4SHO in 6 games; SBFC 4–1–1 in May
June Lauren Cheney[24] FC Kansas City 6 G, 1 A in 5 games; FCKC 4–2–1 in June
July Erika Tymrak[25] FC Kansas City 3 G, 1 A in 6 games; FCKC 3–0–3 in July
August Mónica Ocampo[26] Sky Blue FC 3 G, in 3 games

Weekly awards

Week Player of the Week Club Week's Statline
Week 1 Brittany Cameron[27] Sky Blue FC 5 SVS, SHO
Week 2 Jessica Fishlock[28] Seattle Reign FC 1 G (74')
Week 3 Heather O'Reilly[29] Boston Breakers 2 G (16', 83'), GWG
Week 4 Sydney Leroux[30] Boston Breakers 3 G (26', 74', 84'), GWG
Week 5 Abby Wambach[31] Western New York Flash 2 G (34', 39'), GWG
Week 6 Christie Rampone[32] Sky Blue FC 180min, 0 GA
Week 7 Lianne Sanderson[33] Boston Breakers 3 A
Week 8 Lisa De Vanna[34] Sky Blue FC 2 G (14', 56'), 1 A
Week 9 Abby Wambach[35] Western New York Flash 1 G (82'), 1 A
Week 10 Lori Chalupny[36] Chicago Red Stars 1 A
Week 11 Karina LeBlanc[37] Portland Thorns FC 7 SVS
Week 12 Carli Lloyd[38] Western New York Flash 3 G (3', 22', 56')
Week 13 Sydney Leroux[39] Boston Breakers 3 G, 2 Games
Week 14 Karina LeBlanc[40] Portland Thorns FC 5 SVS
Week 15 Erika Tymrak[41] FC Kansas City 1 G (86'), 1 A
Week 16 Megan Rapinoe[42] Seattle Reign FC 2 G (6', 68'), 1 A
Week 17 Lauren Holiday[43] FC Kansas City 2 G (23', 55')
Week 18 Diana Matheson[44] Washington Spirit 1 G, 1 A in 2 Games
Week 19 Jen Hoy[45] Chicago Red Stars 2 G (45', 92')

Annual awards

Award Winner Runner-up Third place
Golden Boot [46] Lauren Holiday FC Kansas City 12 Goals Abby Wambach Western New York Flash Sydney Leroux Boston Breakers
Rookie of the Year [47] Erika Tymrak 6 Goals, 4 Assists Adrianna Franch Western New York Flash Sydney Leroux Boston Breakers
Goalkeeper of the Year [48] Nicole Barnhart 10 Shutouts Adrianna Franch Western New York Flash Karina LeBlanc Portland Thorns
Defender of the Year [49] Becky Sauerbrunn 1710min, 1.00 GAA Christie Rampone Sky Blue FC Leigh Ann Robinson FC Kansas City
Coach of the Year [50] Vlatko Andonovski 11–6–5, 2nd reg. season Jim Gabarra Sky Blue FC Aaran Lines Western New York Flash
Most Valuable Player [51] Lauren Holiday 1st in G and A, 4th in S and SOG Abby Wambach Western New York Flash Lori Chalupny Chicago Red Stars
NWSL Best XI [52]
Position First team Second team
Goalkeeper Nicole BarnhartFC Kansas City10 shutouts Adrianna FranchWestern New York Flash98 Saves
Defense Christie RamponeSky Blue FC1.20 GAA Rachel BuehlerPortland Thorns FC1.15 GAA
Defense Leigh Ann RobinsonFC Kansas City5 assists Caitlin FoordSky Blue FCNWSL youngest player
Defense Becky SauerbrunnFC Kansas City1.0 GAA Ali KriegerWashington Spirit1 goal
Defense Brittany TaylorWestern New York Flash3 goals, 4 assists Lauren SesselmannFC Kansas City0.84 GAA
Midfield Lori ChalupnyChicago Red Stars5 goals, 4 assists Megan RapinoeSeattle Reign FC5 goals, 1 assist
Midfield Jess FishlockSeattle Reign FC4 goals Desiree ScottFC Kansas City1.00 GAA
Midfield Lauren HolidayFC Kansas City12 goals, 9 assists Erika TymrakFC Kansas City6 goals, 4 assists
MF // FW Diana MathesonWashington Spirit8 goals, 3 assists Alex MorganPortland Thorns FC8 goals, 5 assists
Forward Sydney LerouxBoston Breakers11 goals, 2 assists Lianne SandersonBoston Breakers5 goals, 7 assists
Forward Abby WambachWestern New York Flash11 goals, 8 assists Christine SinclairPortland Thorns FC8 goals, 2 assists
NWSL Championship Game MVP [4]
Player Club Record
Tobin Heath Portland Thorns FC Scored game-winning goal in first league Championship Game

Statistics

Scoring

Hat-tricks

PlayerForAgainstResultDate
Sydney Leroux Boston BreakersChicago Red Stars4–1[57]May 4, 2013
Carli Lloyd Western New York FlashWashington Spirit4–0[58]June 28, 2013

Discipline

Streaks

Other firsts

Home team record

(Regular season only)

  • 8 wins, 8 losses, 6 ties – 1.364 PPG
  • 28 goals for, 26 goals against – +2 GD

See also

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