WPLS Teams to Have Women’s Soccer Games Streamed
Entering its 22nd season, the WPSL has grown to more than 100 clubs all across America and is the largest women’s soccer league in the world — and now, the WPSL teams and their players, families, and friends will have games streamed.
The Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL), the largest women’s soccer league in the world, has announced a partnership with mycujoo as its official streaming partner.
The three-year deal partnership, which begins with the 2019 season, will put the league a global spotlight on one of the most visible soccer match streaming platforms.
It was simply time to bring this technology to the largest women’s soccer league on the planet.
“We are absolutely thrilled to be partnering with mycujoo to offer our teams the gold standard in live streaming,” WPSL President Sean Jones said. “Through the use of mycujoo’s incredible platform, our teams and our league will be able to showcase the phenomenal level of talent and passion of the players in the WPSL to a worldwide audience of women’s soccer fans.”
The WPSL has helped pioneer the women’s game and its rosters feature elite collegiate, post-collegiate, international and standout prep student-athletes.
Many of the United States’ most accomplished women’s players have played in the WPSL, including famous Women’s World Cup winners Alex Morgan, Abby Wambach, Megan Rapinoe, Julie Foudy, and Brandi Chastain.
mycujoo is not new to the WPSL as it used this service for broadcasting the 2018 championship weekend. The test worked well and the WPSL looks forward to widespread adoption.
“With the use of mycujoo’s platform, each of our teams will be able to help raise awareness and increase sponsorship opportunities in their local communities in order to help them grow and fulfill the league’s mission of providing young women the platform to showcase their talents and pursue their dreams,” said Jones.
mycujoo streams content from more than 100 countries, 120 federations and six continents. With the addition of the WPSL, mycujoo is expected to broadcast more than 1,500 matches with its soccer-specific resources.
“mycujoo is quickly becoming the go-to platform for US amateur soccer teams, players and fans” said Pedro Presa, CEO and co-founder of mycujoo. “At the same time, we are strengthening our position as a leader for live women’s soccer content. Less than a year before the FIFA Women’s World Cup in France, this is highly important for us.”