The Cincinnati Sirens women’s soccer team is entering its third year in the Women’s Premier Soccer League and hosts the Columbus Eagles in their season opener at Lakota West High School on Saturday, May 19 at 5pm.
This year, the Sirens are part of the Ohio Valley Conference, facing teams from Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Tennessee. The newly expanded conference boasts quality competition and will be the biggest challenge this season, but the team has added several players to their core roster and are very optimistic about their future as an organization.
Sirens owner John Vogt is very happy about where his team is right now, adding, “We are looking forward to this season. We are in a new division, which means different teams and very good competition. We have added 10-12 quality players to our core and the talent level is of high quality. It will take us some time to get everyone on the same page, but once that happens, we will be really fun to watch.”
The Sirens will host five home games at Lakota West High School and have added their own YouTube channel to be able to stream games, share videos of their players and post information about upcoming trips or events the team hosts.
On June 18-21, the Cincinnati Sirens will also host a Summer Camp for soccer players ages 5 and up. Attendees can improve their game with topics focused on important aspects of player development and success. Players will be separated by age and paired with a Cincinnati Siren dedicated to improving players.
About Cincinnati Sirens FC
The Cincinnati Sirens FC women’s soccer team, participating in the Women’s Premier Soccer League, competes at the highest level of amateur soccer in North America. The roster includes a mixture of experienced players looking to forward their career in soccer, current college players looking to improve their game in the off-season and even a few high school players who will be entering college in the Fall. Proceeds from home games are donated to local individuals/organizations in need and are facilitated through C925, a non-profit that manages the Cincinnati Sirens and men’s team Cincinnati Swerve.
About the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL)
The Women’s Premiere Soccer League strives to provide the highest level of developmental opportunities for amateur players in the United States. Entering its 21st season, the WPSL has grown to more than 100 clubs and is the largest women’s soccer league in the world. Team rosters consist of highly skilled players from collegiate, post-collegiate, international and standout prep athletes. wpslsoccer.com