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A Partnership for the Future of the Players on the Olympic Peninsula

The Olympic Peninsula Force was started specifically to fill a void in the community and allow a place for players on the Olympic Peninsula a place to play and continue to grow at the highest level. Over the past 9 years, the club is proud to have been a part of the process of more than a dozen players and coaches that have spent time with the club but were able to move on to the next level.

On Wednesday, the Force worked out a partnership with FC Olympia (USL2) formerly the Oly Town Artesians, to give a clear pathway for those players. The Force and FC Olympia have paved a road for players that play with the Force to earn trials at the next level in the USL2.

"This is a great opportunity for our players," said Micah McMonagle, "It gives them an opportunity to earn a trial at the next level with their training and play with our club. Some players are driven to work and continue to grow outside of and during college but never get a real opportunity to try and play at that next level. This will help us guide them to the next level, rewarding the work and positive play they put in.

"We are excited to partner with another 'Oly', the Oly-Pen Force out of Kitsap County to create a pipeline player channel to the USL at FC Olympia and the Artesians", says owner Ryan Perkins. Players that make the Force and compete well can now have the opportunity to trial for our USL squads moving forward."

Force trials are April 6th and 7th at 5:30pm at Sehmel Homestead Park in Gig Harbor. Pre Registration can be reached HERE.

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