Published Feb 9, 2024



LONG BEACH, Calif. (Feb. 9, 2024) – The Women’s Premier Soccer League officially welcomes Beach Futbol Club back to league play in the club’s first WPSL season since 2018. With the announcement, the league confirms the SoCal Conference will compete with 13 teams within two divisions – Coastal and Plymouth.

"We are thrilled to be returning to the WPSL,” Mauricio Ingrassia, Beach Futbol Club director of coaching, said.

“Our club has a lot of history in the league, we look forward to picking up where we left off, and that’s competing for championships.  We have many great memories, and we look forward to creating many more.”

Beach Futbol Club’s inaugural season in the WPSL was in 2012 where the club recorded an overall record of 61-20-8 through 2018. In 2014, Beach Futbol Club was crowned WPSL Champions after going undefeated 16-0 and earned three consecutive divisional championships in its final few years of participation.

Notable Beach Futbol Club and WPSL alumnae include Viviana Villacorta, who played during the 2017 and 2018 seasons and was selected ninth overall in the 2021 NWSL Draft by Orlando Pride, and Savannah DeMelo, who played the 2017 season and was selected fourth overall in the 2022 NWSL Draft to Racing Louisville – DeMelo was also called to the U.S. Women’s National Team roster for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

For the 2024 season, Beach Futbol Club will compete in the Coastal Division of the So Cal Conference alongside five other Los Angeles and Santa Barbara teams. The division will play a 10-game balanced schedule with the conference championship being held on July 6 with the Plymouth Division winner hosting.


For more information on Beach Futbol Club visit its official website or follow the club on Instagram.

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About the Women’s Premier Soccer League
The WPSL returns for its 26th season of play as the longest-active women’s soccer league in the United States. Boasting more than 140 clubs nationwide while occupying 32 states coast-to-coast, the WPSL solidifies itself as the largest women’s soccer league in the world. Team rosters feature elite collegiate, post-collegiate, international, and standout prep student-athletes. Many of the United States’ most accomplished women’s national team players have played in the WPSL since its inception in 1998, including household names such as Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, Abby Wambach, and Brandi Chastain.