27 Boys and Girls brackets at the event.
Nineteen clubs are headed to the Puget Sound from Spokane with a platoon of 16 teams representing the Spokane SC Shadow, two from FC Spokane and another from the Spokane Foxes. The Shadow have six teams playing on the boys side and 10 girls teams making the trek to represent the Lilac City. FC Spokane has a boys and girls team each and the Foxes are participating in the U14 Girls Premier tournament.
A number of teams are making the long journey from Montana. The Missoula Strikers have three teams venturing west to play in boys tournaments while two other sides from FC Bozeman and FC Missoula will be playing in girls brackets.
Idaho will also be represented at the event. North Idaho United is sending two older girls teams to play in the event while the Idaho Thunder, Real Soccer Club (Boise) and the Coeur d’Alene Sting all have one boys team each headed to Redmond’s Sammamish River Regional Park.
Participating Inland Northwest Teams
Brackets – Teams
U11B Super – Spokane Shadow
U12B Premier – Spokane Shadow, FC Spokane
U13B Premier – Spokane Shadow
U14B Super – Spokane Shadow, Missoula Strikers
U15B Premier – Spokane Shadow
U16B Super – Spokane Shadow, Real Soccer Club (Boise)
U16B Premier – Coeur d’Alene Sting, Missoula Strikers
U17B Super – Idaho Thunder
U19B Super – Missoula Strikers
U11G Super – Spokane Shadow
U12G Super – Spokane Shadow
U13G Premier – Spokane Shadow, FC Bozeman
U14G Super – Spokane Shadow
U14G Premier – Spokane Shadow, Spokane Foxes, FC Missoula
U15G Super – Spokane Shadow
U15G Premier – Spokane Shadow, FC Spokane
U16G Super – Spokane Shadow
U16G Premier – North Idaho United
U17G Super – Spokane Shadow, Spokane Shadow/RCL
U17G Premier – North Idaho United
Clubs on the tournament site were not listed by city. If I missed your club and it is located in the Inland Northwest, let me know and share how they do via gbarnsna-at-gmail.com.