League Two Comes to the Ocean State

25 Mar 2021
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Bayside FC is the first-ever UWS team from Rhode Island

METUCHEN, NJ – An eleventh team has been added to the New England Conference of United Women’s Soccer (UWS) League Two for the 2021 season. Bayside Football Club will be the first-ever UWS team from the state of Rhode Island. Based out of East Providence, the organization was established in 1997 and has attracted players from across Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts.

Bayside FC has had great success with a multitude of State Cup victories and representation on the regional & national stage as well. The club is built on a strong foundation of player development with Bayside alumni playing at top colleges, both regionally and nationally.

The newest League Two member from the Ocean State will join Aztec Soccer Club, New England Futbol Club (Red & White), South Shore Select, Upper 90 Soccer Academy (U-23 & Women) as well as the UWS reserve teams for the Albany Rush, Connecticut Fusion, New England Mutiny and Worcester Smiles in the New England Conference this summer.

“Bayside FC is delighted to be a part of UWS League Two for the 2021 season,” said Bayside FC Director of Coaching Chris Clarke. “We are committed to providing our players with opportunities to continue to grow and develop, and the professional and structured environment the UWS can provide will help us do just that.”

The team will play their home games at Bayside Field, a state-of-the-art turf field built in 2020 on the campus of Providence Country Day School (660 Waterman Avenue, East Providence, RI 02914). For more information on Bayside FC, visit their official website. You can also follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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