The Boston Breakers were an American professional soccer club based in the Boston neighborhood of Allston. The team competed in the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL). They replaced the original Breakers, who competed in the defunct Women's United Soccer Association, as the Boston area's professional women's soccer team.
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Boston Breakers Franchise History (1983) 1983 Boston Breakers (11-7) - Roster - Stats - Results 1984 New Orleans Breakers (8-10) - Roster - Stats - Results 1985 Portland Breakers (6-12) - Roster - Stats - Results. Search
The Women's United Soccer Association announced on September 15, 2003 that it was suspending operations. In 2007, the Boston Breakers were re-established in the Women's Professional Soccer (WPS). After the WPS folded in 2012, the Boston Breakers joined the inaugural WPSL Elite. Players. 2003 Roster
2003 Boston Breakers Statistics. The Boston Breakers of the Women's United Soccer Association ended the 2003 season with a record of 10 wins and 4 losses and 7 ties for 37 points finishing first in the WUSA. The team compiled a postseason mark of 0-1. Pia Sundhage coached the team. The 2003 Boston Breakers lost in the Semifinal.
2017 Boston Breakers Roster. National Women's Soccer League (NWSL)Team Record: 4-13-7 - 19 pointsFinishing 9th in the NWSLCoach: Matt Beard(4-13-7)Location: Boston, MassachusettsAttendance: 34,754, Avg. 2,896 in 12 home dates. 2017 Boston Breakers Statistics. The Boston Breakers of the National Women's Soccer League ended the 2017 season with a record of 4 wins and 13 losses and 7 ties for 19 points finishing ninth in the NWSL.
1983 Boston Breakers Roster. The Boston Breakers of the United States Football League ended the 1983 season with a record of 11 wins and 7 losses, finishing second in the USFL's Atlantic Division. The Breakers ran up 399 points, and the defense surrendered 334. John Walton led the charge, passing for 3,772 yards.
2009 Boston Breakers Statistics. The Boston Breakers of Women's Professional Soccer ended the 2009 season with a record of 7 wins and 9 losses and 4 ties for 25 points finishing fifth in WPS. Tony DiCicco coached the team. Click on column headings to sort.
The Breakers were the longest-running professional women’s soccer team in the country before they folded, and the league held a dispersal draft for the players on Boston’s roster. All but two ...
The 2011 Boston Breakers season was the club's third season in Women's Professional Soccer and their third consecutive season in the top division of women's soccer in the American soccer pyramid. Including the WUSA franchise, it was the club's sixth year of existence.