The Cincinnati Sirens FC women’s soccer team competes in the Women’s Premier Soccer League. The WPSL strives to provide the highest level of developmental opportunities for amateur players in the United States. Entering its 23rd season, the WPSL has grown to 130+ clubs and is the largest women’s soccer league in the world. Team rosters consist of highly skilled collegiate, post-collegiate, international and standout prep athletes. The 2020 season will be the Cincinnati Sirens’ 5th year competing in the WPSL and will run from May to July.
Cincinnati Sirens FC has also joined the Premier Arena Soccer League for the 2019-2020 season. The PASL is a national amateur adult league and is the largest international indoor/arena soccer league in the world. The league is a member of the World MiniFootball Federation, the Pan American Minifootball Federation and American Soccer 567. The Sirens’ PASL season will run from December to March. Prior to officially joining the league, the Sirens competed in the PASL National Tournament in March 2019 and were crowned the women’s National Champions.
The Cincinnati Sirens have joined the newly formed Ohio Valley Premier League (OVPL) for the 2020 season. Adding a second competitive team during our outdoor season will allow further development of players at all levels. The OVPL has received sanctioning from US Club Soccer for the women’s division and is set to play eight matches, as five members have already entered the league for their inaugural season. The Sirens’ OVPL season will begin in May and will complement the club’s existing structure in both the WPSL and PASL.
The American Association of Soccer 5-6-7 (AAS567) announces the appointment of Craig Rhodis to the new key position of Director
The Cincinnati Sirens have booked a trip to Europe in May 2021 as a pre-season event for its players. Head
Cincinnati Sirens Head Coach Craig Rhodis and Marketing Director Tara Stroud delivered a load of non-perishable items on Friday, May
The Women’s Premier Soccer League has canceled its traditional summer 2020 season and is exploring options for a one-time fall
The Women’s Premier Soccer League will delay the beginning of its season to May 29 due to the ongoing COVID-19
With one game remaining in the regular season, the Cincinnati Sirens have punched our ticket to the PASL National Championships