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Taking the pitch in 2026

Boston is Making History Again.

Women's professional soccer meets a groundbreaking civic achievement.

Learn How

In 2026 women's professional soccer takes the pitch in the greatest sports town in the world.

A Place To Celebrate

A home for professional women’s soccer in Boston, White Stadium is a supercharged fan experience that celebrates the best of our city- from collaborating with local artists and food vendors to offering site lines close to the action, it’s the place to be on game day.

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A Place to Play

Increasing the use for Boston Public School students from 250 hours annually, to over 700+ including a professional grade soccer field and 8 lane track while also expanding public access hours from 7AM to 10PM for public use, including indoor restrooms and water fountains.

Boston White Stadium, The Grove

A Place to Gather

The Grove area will provide amenities for the community to gather and increase access and use of the park. Featuring local food vendors, community festivals, movie nights, winter festivities, and open access from 7AM to 10PM.

Our Club. Our City. #NWSLBOSTON

Dear Boston,

"My partners and I are humbled and honored to announce that Boston has been chosen as the 15th team in the National Women’s Soccer League, the fastest-growing sports league in the country.

The League includes many of the best players in the world and we are excited to bring this world-class talent to Boston ready to take the pitch in the 2026 season..."

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  • Boston Magazine

    Meet the Four Investors Bringing Women’s Soccer to Boston (Again)

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  • The Boston Globe

    Women’s professional sports are booming in Boston, and it’s about time.

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  • ESPN

    NWSL awards expansion team to Boston, to begin play in 2026

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The Launch Crest

The Zakim Bridge launch crest is a symbol of the commitment of NWSL Boston to be a connector of communities through sport and to cherish our home pitch in Franklin Park.

The Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge is named for Boston area civil rights activist Leonard Zakim, who championed "building bridges between peoples". Like its namesake, NWSL Boston is a welcoming and inclusive home for all.

The vibrant green on the crest is representative of the beauty of Franklin Park and its place as the crown jewel of Frederick Law Olmsted's Emerald Necklace park system.

The full club name, identity, and team crest will be coming in 2024.

The Tonal Collection

Snag your NWSL Boston merch before it's gone for good.