2018 National Women's Soccer League season

The 2018 National Women's Soccer League season was the sixth 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), it was the twelfth overall season of FIFA and USSF-sanctioned top division women's soccer in the United States. The league is operated by the United States Soccer Federation and receives major financial backing from that body. Further financial backing is provided by the Canadian Soccer Association. Both national federations pay the league salaries of many of their respective national team members in an effort to nurture talent in those nations and take the financial burden off individual clubs.

National Women's Soccer League
Season2018
ChampionsNorth Carolina Courage
NWSL ShieldNorth Carolina Courage
Matches played108
Goals scored278 (2.57 per match)
Top goalscorerSam Kerr (16 goals)
Highest scoringORL 3–4 NCC
(May 23)
CHI 2–5 ORL
(May 26)
HOU 6–1 SKY
(August 25)
Longest winning run4 games
North Carolina Courage
(March 24 – April 18)
(May 12 - May 30)
Longest unbeaten run12 games
North Carolina Courage
(March 24 – June 3)
Longest winless run23 games
Sky Blue FC
(March 31 – September 4)
Longest losing run10 games
Washington Spirit
(June 23 – August 25)
Highest attendance21,144
POR 3–1 SEA
(September 7)
Lowest attendance1,913
SKY 0–1 SEA
(April 15)
Total attendance650,562
Average attendance6,024
2017
2019
All statistics correct as of September 8, 2018.

The off-season brought significant changes, with FC Kansas City and the Boston Breakers ceasing operations, while new club Utah Royals FC joined the league. The 2018 season began on March 24, and ended on September 8. Teams once again played 24 regular-season games this year, with the top four teams making a single-elimination playoff.[1] The North Carolina Courage won the NWSL Shield with 15 more points than second place Thorns. The NWSL Playoffs began on September 15 with the two semifinal matches, which were won by the Thorns and the Courage. The NWSL Championship Game was held on September 22 at Providence Park in Portland. [2][3] The Courage won 3–0, becoming the first team to win both the NWSL Shield and the NWSL Championship in the same season.

Teams, stadiums, and personnel

Stadiums and locations

Two teams, the Dash and Reign, do not make their stadiums' entire capacity available for home games, instead restricting ticket sales at a lower level. The full capacities of their venues are included in parentheses and italics.

Personnel and sponsorship

Note: All of the teams use Nike as their kit manufacturer.

Team Head coach Shirt sponsor
Chicago Red Stars Rory Dames Magellan Corporation
Houston Dash Vera Pauw BBVA Compass
North Carolina Courage Paul Riley Continental AG
Orlando Pride Tom Sermanni Orlando Health
Portland Thorns Mark Parsons Providence Health & Services
Seattle Reign FC Vlatko Andonovski Microsoft
Sky Blue FC Denise Reddy Meridian Health
Utah Royals FC Laura Harvey Conservice
Washington Spirit Tom Torres (interim) ProChain Solutions, Inc.

Coaching changes

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Incoming manager Date of appointment Ref.
Seattle Reign FC Laura Harvey Mutual separation November 7, 2017 Vlatko Andonovski November 7, 2017 [4]
Sky Blue FC Vacant August 16, 2017 Denise Reddy November 15, 2017 [5]
Utah Royals FC New franchise Laura Harvey November 27, 2017 [6]
Houston Dash Omar Morales End of interim period September 29, 2017 Vera Pauw November 27, 2017 [7]
Washington Spirit Jim Gabarra Fired August 21, 2018 Tom Torres (interim) August 21, 2018 [8]

Competition format

  • Each team will play each team 3 times, for a total of 24 games (12 home and 12 away).
  • The four teams at the end of the season with the most points qualify for the playoffs.

League standings

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 North Carolina Courage (C) 24 17 6 1 53 17 +36 57 NWSL Shield
2 Portland Thorns FC 24 12 6 6 40 28 +12 42 NWSL Playoffs
3 Seattle Reign FC 24 11 8 5 27 19 +8 41
4 Chicago Red Stars 24 9 10 5 38 28 +10 37
5 Utah Royals FC 24 9 8 7 22 23 1 35
6 Houston Dash 24 9 5 10 35 39 4 32
7 Orlando Pride 24 8 6 10 30 37 7 30
8 Washington Spirit 24 2 5 17 12 35 23 11
9 Sky Blue FC 24 1 6 17 21 52 31 9
Source: NWSL
Rules for classification: Tiebreakers
(C) Champion.

Tiebreakers

The initial determining factor for a team's position in the standings is most points earned, with three points earned for a win, one point for a draw, and zero points for a loss. If two or more teams tie in point total, when determining rank and playoff qualification and seeding, the NWSL uses the following tiebreaker rules,[9] going down the list until all teams are ranked.

  1. Head to Head win/loss record between the teams (or points-per-game if more than two teams).
  2. Greater goal difference across the entire season (against all teams, not just tied teams).
  3. Greatest total number of goals scored (against all teams).
  4. Apply #1–3 to games played on the road.
  5. Apply #1–3 to games played at home.
  6. If teams are still equal, ranking will be determined by a coin toss.

NOTE: If two clubs remain tied after another club with the same number of points advances during any step, the tie breaker reverts to step 1 of the two-club format.


Attendance

Average home attendances

Ranked from highest to lowest average attendance.

Team GP Attendance High Low Average
Portland Thorns FC12203,50621,14414,48516,959
Utah Royals FC12113,59319,2037,1379,466
North Carolina Courage1261,5499,5053,0115,129
Orlando Pride1258,0469,0173,1044,837
Chicago Red Stars1248,04813,6782,0274,004
Washington Spirit1246,7047,9762,4333,892
Seattle Reign FC1245,8855,2513,1723,824
Houston Dash1242,8595,8462,3763,572
Sky Blue FC1230,3724,0861,9132,531
Total108650,56221,1441,9136,024

Updated to games played on September 8, 2018.[10][11]

Highest attendances

Regular season

Rank Home team Score Away team Attendance Date Stadium
1Portland Thorns FC3–1Seattle Reign FC21,144September 7, 2018 (2018-09-07)Providence Park
1Portland Thorns FC0–3North Carolina Courage21,144September 22, 2018 (2018-09-22)Providence Park
3Utah Royals FC0–1Chicago Red Stars19,203April 14, 2018 (2018-04-14)Rio Tinto Stadium
4Portland Thorns FC2–2Chicago Red Stars18,631August 18, 2018 (2018-08-18)Providence Park
5Portland Thorns FC1–1Sky Blue FC18,237June 27, 2018 (2018-06-27)Providence Park
6Portland Thorns FC2–1Sky Blue FC17,986August 22, 2018 (2018-08-22)Providence Park
7Portland Thorns FC4–0Utah Royals FC17,930July 6, 2018 (2018-07-06)Providence Park
8Portland Thorns FC1–2Orlando Pride17,115May 12, 2018 (2018-05-12)Providence Park
9Portland Thorns FC2–1Orlando Pride16,466April 15, 2018 (2018-04-15)Providence Park
10Portland Thorns FC2–3Seattle Reign FC16,054May 5, 2018 (2018-05-05)Providence Park

Updated to games played on November 3, 2018.[10]

Statistical leaders

NWSL Playoffs

The top four teams from the regular season compete for the NWSL Championship. The North Carolina Courage secured the number one seed on August 5, winning their second straight NWSL Shield.

Semi-finals Championship
      
1 North Carolina Courage 2
4 Chicago Red Stars 0
1 North Carolina Courage 3
2 Portland Thorns FC 0
2 Portland Thorns FC 2
3 Seattle Reign FC 1

Semi-finals

Portland Thorns FC2–1Seattle Reign FC
Report
Attendance: 14,179
Referee: Ramy Touchan
North Carolina Courage2–0Chicago Red Stars
Report
Attendance: 4,646
Referee: Tim Ford

*Originally scheduled for September 16 at Sahlen's Stadium in Cary, North Carolina; rescheduled and moved due to Hurricane Florence.[12]

Championship

North Carolina Courage3–0Portland Thorns FC
Report
Report
Attendance: 21,144
Referee: Guido Gonzales Jr.

Individual awards

Monthly awards

Player of the Month

Month Player of the Month Club Month's Statline
March Megan Rapinoe[13] Seattle Reign FC 1 goal, 1 assist, 6 shots on goal
April Sofia Huerta[14] Chicago Red Stars 2 goals, 6 shots on goal, 9 chances created
May Rachel Daly[15] Houston Dash 4 goals, 9 shots on goal, 11 chances created
June Crystal Dunn[16] North Carolina Courage 2 goals, 9 shots on goal, 8 chances created
July Lindsey Horan[17] Portland Thorns FC 3 goals, 1 assist, 5 shots on goal, 5 chances created
August Samantha Kerr[18] Chicago Red Stars 5 goals, 1 assist, 11 shots on goal, 8 chances created

Team of the Month

Month Goalkeeper Defenders Midfielders Forwards Ref
March Jane Campbell, HOU Jaelene Hinkle, NC
Becky Sauerbrunn, UTA
Emily Sonnett, POR
Rachel Daly, HOU
Lindsey Horan, POR
Debinha, NC
Gunnhildur Yrsa Jónsdóttir, UTA
Megan Rapinoe, SEA
Mallory Pugh, WAS
Crystal Dunn, NC
[19]
April Aubrey Bledsoe, WAS Jaelene Hinkle, NC
Estelle Johnson, WAS
Becky Sauerbrunn, UTA
Emily Sonnett, POR
Sofia Huerta, CHI
Crystal Dunn, NC
McCall Zerboni, NC
Francisca Ordega, WAS
Jessica McDonald, NC
Mallory Pugh, WAS
[20]
May Abby Smith, UTA Steph Catley, SEA
Abby Erceg, NC
Becky Sauerbrunn, UTA
Ali Krieger, ORL
Kristie Mewis, HOU
Lindsey Horan, POR
McCall Zerboni, NC
Rachel Daly, HOU
Christine Sinclair, POR
Crystal Dunn, NC
[21]
June Alyssa Naeher, CHI Becca Moros, UTA
Abby Erceg, NC
Becky Sauerbrunn, UTA
Merritt Mathias, NC
Lindsey Horan, POR
Yuki Nagasato, CHI
McCall Zerboni, NC
Kealia Ohai, HOU
Christine Sinclair, POR
Crystal Dunn, NC
[22]
July Adrianna Franch, POR Katie Naughton, CHI
Abby Erceg, NC
Rachel Corsie, UTA
Theresa Nielsen, SEA
Lindsey Horan, POR
Yuki Nagasato, CHI
McCall Zerboni, NC
Megan Rapinoe, SEA
Rachel Daly, HOU
Sam Kerr, CHI
[23]
August Lydia Williams, SEA Megan Oyster, SEA
Abby Erceg, NC
Taylor Comeau, HOU
Theresa Nielsen, SEA
Lindsey Horan, POR
Sofia Huerta, HOU
Vanessa DiBernardo, CHI
Lynn Williams, NC
Tobin Heath, POR
Sam Kerr, CHI
[24]

Weekly awards

Week NWSL Player of the Week NWSL Goal of the Week NWSL Save of the Week Reference
Player Club Player Club Player Club
1 Megan RapinoeSeattle Reign FC Gunnhildur Yrsa JónsdóttirUtah Royals FC Adrianna FranchPortland Thorns FC [25] [26] [27]
2 Mallory PughWashington Spirit Lindsey HoranPortland Thorns FC Jane CampbellHouston Dash [28] [29] [30]
3 McCall ZerboniNorth Carolina Courage Lindsey HoranPortland Thorns FC Ashlyn HarrisOrlando Pride [31] [32] [33]
4 Sofia HuertaChicago Red Stars Merritt MathiasNorth Carolina Courage Aubrey BledsoeWashington Spirit [34] [35] [36]
5 McCall ZerboniNorth Carolina Courage Tobin HeathPortland Thorns FC Aubrey BledsoeWashington Spirit [37] [38] [39]
6 Alyssa NaeherChicago Red Stars Diana MathesonUtah Royals FC Alyssa NaeherChicago Red Stars [40] [41] [42]
7 Megan RapinoeSeattle Reign FC Christine NairnOrlando Pride Ashlyn HarrisOrlando Pride [43] [44] [45]
8 Crystal DunnNorth Carolina Courage Carli LloydSky Blue FC Katelyn RowlandNorth Carolina Courage [46] [47] [48]
9 Rachel DalyHouston Dash Sydney LerouxOrlando Pride Ashlyn HarrisOrlando Pride [49] [50] [51]
10 Yuki NagasatoChicago Red Stars Katherine ReynoldsPortland Thorns FC Haley KopmeyerOrlando Pride [52] [53] [54]
11/12 Aubrey BledsoeWashington Spirit Brittany RatcliffeUtah Royals FC Britt EckerstromPortland Thorns FC [55] [56] [57]
13 Crystal DunnNorth Carolina Courage Alanna KennedyOrlando Pride Ashlyn HarrisOrlando Pride [58] [59] [60]
14 Adrianna FranchPortland Thorns FC Kealia OhaiHouston Dash Adrianna FranchPortland Thorns FC [61] [62] [63]
15 Sam KerrChicago Red Stars MartaOrlando Pride Adrianna FranchPortland Thorns FC [64] [65] [66]
16 Lynn WilliamsNorth Carolina Courage Kristen EdmondsOrlando Pride Rachel CorsieUtah Royals FC [67] [68] [69]
17 Jane CampbellHouston Dash Toni PressleyOrlando Pride Rachel CorsieUtah Royals FC [70] [71] [72]
19 Lynn WilliamsNorth Carolina Courage Katie StengelUtah Royals FC Ashlyn HarrisOrlando Pride [73] [74] [75]
20 Adrianna FranchPortland Thorns FC Hayley RasoPortland Thorns FC Adrianna FranchPortland Thorns FC [76] [77] [78]
21 Katie JohnsonSky Blue FC Christine SinclairPortland Thorns FC Ashlyn HarrisOrlando Pride [79] [80] [81]
22 Sam KerrChicago Red Stars Tobin HeathPortland Thorns FC Ashlyn HarrisOrlando Pride [82] [83] [84]
24 Lindsey HoranPortland Thorns FC Lindsey HoranPortland Thorns FC Nicole BarnhartUtah Royals FC [85] [86] [87]

Annual awards

Award Winner
Golden Boot [88] Sam Kerr Chicago Red Stars 16 goals
Coach of the Year [89] Paul Riley North Carolina Courage Won both NWSL Shield & Championship
Rookie of the Year [90] Imani Dorsey Sky Blue FC 4 goals, 1 assist
Goalkeeper of the Year [91] Adrianna Franch Portland Thorns FC 45 saves, three shutouts
Defender of the Year [92] Abby Erceg North Carolina Courage All 2,160 minutes, fewest goals allowed
Most Valuable Player [93] Lindsey Horan Portland Thorns FC 13 goals, 2 assists, 1,800 minutes
NWSL Best XI
Position First team [94] Second team [94]
Goalkeeper Adrianna Franch Portland Thorns FC Lydia WilliamsSeattle Reign FC
Defender Abby Erceg North Carolina Courage Steph CatleySeattle Reign FC
Defender Abby Dahlkemper North Carolina Courage Merritt MathiasNorth Carolina Courage
Defender Becky Sauerbrunn Utah Royals FC Julie ErtzChicago Red Stars
Defender Emily Sonnett Portland Thorns FC Emily MengesPortland Thorns FC
Midfielder Tobin Heath Portland Thorns FC DebinhaNorth Carolina Courage
Midfielder Lindsey Horan Portland Thorns FC Carli LloydSky Blue FC
Midfielder McCall Zerboni North Carolina Courage Christine SinclairPortland Thorns FC
Forward Crystal Dunn North Carolina Courage Sofia HuertaHouston Dash
Forward Sam Kerr Chicago Red Stars Lynn WilliamsNorth Carolina Courage
Forward Megan Rapinoe Seattle Reign FC Rachel DalyHouston Dash
NWSL Championship Game MVP
Player Club Record
Jessica McDonald North Carolina Courage 2 goals

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