Published Feb 16, 2024


LOS ANGELES (Feb. 16, 2024) – The Women’s Premier Soccer League adds a fourth expansion side to its So Cal Conference with the addition of the Southern California Eagles. The club is set to compete in the 2024 season.

“We are thrilled and thankful to participate in the WPSL,” Cody Snouffer, Southern California Eagles executive director, said. “For years, our club has had a strong presence in the men’s game, and we have long dreamed to give young women that opportunity to train and compete at an elite level.

The Southern California Eagles have rebranded from its 40-year history as Seashore Soccer as the club embarks on a new era in its organization. In this tenure, the Eagles have been a member of Missionary Athletes International – a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 1983 and is a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA).

The organization has sister offices in Arizona (Phoenix), Illinois (Chicago), North Carolina (Charlotte, High Point), Florida (Orlando) and internationally – including the 2023 WPSL National Champions, the Charlotte Eagles. The club’s mission and vision encompass training coaches and platforming players from their first kick on the ball to the pre-professional space.

“We believe sport and the relationships it provides can change a life, a neighborhood, and the world,” Snouffer said. “We hope that as our players imagine their soccer journey, that they take relationships and lessons they learn through the season into their colleges, careers, and communities.”

For its inaugural WPSL season, the Eagles will compete in the Coastal Division of the league’s So Cal Conference against five teams from Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Santa Barbara. The division will play a 10-game balanced schedule before the standing’s leader meets the champion of the Plymouth Division to determine the conference’s champion.

“We are grateful for the opportunity to train and compete at the WPSL level and we hope that doing so has an inspirational and formational impact on our community,” Snouffer said. “We aim to give the young girls and boys in our club and community an additional role model pursuing excellence on and off the field.”



For more information on the Southern California Eagles visit its official website or follow its social media channels – Twitter/X, Instagram, and Facebook.

For more information on the WPSL, visit

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.