Snohomish Sky FC Men Join the United Premier Soccer League | Sports Destination Management

Snohomish Sky FC Men Join the United Premier Soccer League

Apr 01, 2024

Snohomish Sky FC men’s team joins the United Premier Soccer League (UPSL) Pacific Northwest Conference. The men’s team will begin play in the outdoor league on April 6, 2024, against the Bellevue Athletic. UPSL Premier Division is the top-tier division of the United Premier Soccer League. UPSL is the largest and most competitive pro-development league in the United Staes. Today the league has nearly 400 clubs competing nationwide.


The Pacific Northwest Division has six teams in Washington. The teams are 3 Cities Football Club (Tri Cities WA), Bellevue Athletic (Bellevue WA), Dalul FC (Seattle WA), FC Caliber (Federal Way WA), and Holac FC (Seattle WA).


Snohomish Sky announces the coaching staff for the 2024 UPSL season. Walt Antoniuk is the Head Coach. Other coaching announcements include Pat Henderson as the Assistant Coach, Kieren Raney is the Sky Collegiate Recruiter, and Kyle Kelly is the UPSL Goalkeeper Coach.


“Snohomish Sky FC is thrilled to become a member of the UPSL.” states Jamie Bialek-French, Snohomish Sky FC President. “With the support of local businesses, and the City of Snohomish as a whole, there is no question our players and staff will step into this opportunity to compete for a championship from the outset.  Following our Club's indoor season, we thought it was only natural to jump at the opportunity to create an outdoor team.  We hope this is the next step in cementing our place in the Northwest soccer landscape.”


In addition, she states “The Club has worked tirelessly to identify an experienced coaching staff, all of whom have ties to the Snohomish community.  The collection of players who will don the inaugural Snohomish Sky FC outdoor jersey will embrace the opportunity to showcase all that Snohomish stands for and represents.”


“We are delighted to learn that the Snohomish Sky Men have joined the United Premier Soccer League”, states Tammy Dunn, executive director of the Snohomish County Sports Commission. “By having the Snohomish Sky playing in the UPSL gives our local soccer players a chance to continue playing soccer and our soccer fans the ability to cheer on these players.”


For more information about the Snohomish Sky, contact Jamie Bialek-French, at

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