Reaching out to find players to represent Steelheads FC

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WA—Steelheads FC are networking with the local adult soccer community in Snohomish County to make sure the word gets out about the new club.

Steelheads FC Hispanic Community Coordinator Felipe Aguilera  met with players from local side CD Lynnwood on Sunday to share information about SnoCo FC.

“They won the D1 Championship in the Olympic Soccer League this spring,” Felipe says. “They have been getting the attention of some Hispanic local media — like LaRaza Newspaper putting them on their front page for wining the title.”

(Cover photo: CD Lynnwood celebrates their recent title.)

CD Lynnwood pose with their trophy. Steelheads FC representative Felipe Aguilera (far right) talked with the players about SnoCo FC open tryouts on Sunday.

“I was able to connect with players and lot of them will come out to the tryouts,” Felipe believes.

snohomish-county-fc-steelheads-primary-800“It will be great for the Steelheads to open up the exposure to the Hispanic soccer players and community. All the payers were very excited and happy to finally have a high level team in the area.”

Aguilera helped get Steelheads FC into El Siete Dias with the announcement that the club was forming. Now  he’s attending local matches to talk about the team.

“I was able to answer questions about the club, what we are aiming towards and what is the club about. This is the first outreach, and it was a successful meeting. Everyone is excited about the Steelheads.”

Video: CD Lynnwood wins D1 Olympic League in penalty kicks over Deportivo Irapuato.

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