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**IT'S NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME TO JOIN THE WASHINGTON WILD**

Here's what's coming up next!

2021 - 2022 Washington Wild Registration Opens in June 2021

Current (2020 - 2021) Washington Wild Players will be able to register for the upcoming 2021 - 2022 season this June! Returning players won't want to miss this exclusive time period sign up to secure a spot with the Western Washington Female Hockey Association as we move to our new home at the Kraken Training Center in Northgate, Seattle. 

 

More details will be available with season ending information and next steps.

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Save the Date: 2021 - 2022 Team Tryouts July 9 - 11, 2021

All Rep team tryouts for all age groups for the Washington Wild will take place the weekend of July 9 - 11, 2021. If your player would like to be evaluated for a rep team, plan for this weekend! 

Details by age group will be released over the next few months, if you are a prospective Wild player, make sure you sign up for our mailing list or reach out to anyone listed in the Contact Us section! It's going to be a Wild July!

Missing Learn to Play Hockey? Us Too!

The only all female Learn to Play Hockey Classes are on their way back!

 

We are excited to be able to offer a 7 week session that starts May 8, 2021!

 

Registration opens on April 7 at 6pm PDT. Click on the box below to get started!


Want a Wild Spring/Summer?

We have some exciting programming coming to the Wild starting just after our regular season ends!  

 

** Seattle Wild 3v3 Girls' League **     Come play Spring/Summer Hockey with the Wild in a fun, competitive league. Games start May 2nd and go to June 27th for a fabulous 8 weeks of hockey!  Play in the 8U/10U, 12U/14U Age Groups!

 

**Washington Wild Student Coaches Clinic**  May 2021. If you're a player between the ages of 13 - 17 and want to learn all about becoming a coach in action, stay tuned for registration on becoming certified and how you can take your knowledge on the ice!

 

** Washington Wild Female Referee Clinic **   July 2021.   Calling all referee's in waiting! Thought about being a referee but not sure what all that means? The Wild has the right clinic for you! Come spend an hour or two learning how to referee in a practical clinic designed to show just how much fun our officials have on the ice keeping play moving and exciting.  Mailing list for more information coming soon!


2020 - 2021 Washington Wild Season has concluded!

Thank You Wild Families! 

 

The 2020 - 2021 Season has concluded for the Washington Wild. Thank you to all of our amazing players, families, coaches, and directors who came out to make this another special season for female hockey.

 

The 2021 - 2022 Washington Wild Season starts in September 2021. In the meantime, see above for our Spring/Summer happenings. 

 

See you on the ice soon!

FAQ - How Our 2020 - 2021 Season is Different with COVID-19

As we prepare to start the 2020 - 2021 season, we recognize how different hockey looks to the many of us who have been playing season after season. We choose to embrace what will make this season unique to all seasons and seize the opportunity in front of us to develop skilled hockey players of all age groups and levels.

WWFHA continues to prepare for Nationally Bound Teams at the 14U AA and 16U AA Tier II brackets. We will continue to follow guidelines and directions from the Pacific District to remain qualified for those teams. 

Please take a look at our comprehensive FAQ that was prepared for our Assists newsletter subscribers. As always, if you have additional questions, feel free to reach out to any of the contacts listed in the Board section or click on the Contact Us page.

 

 - WWFHA Board of Directors

 



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...Releasing Our Inner Wild Child Since 2002...

Our Washington Wild Out and About

  • 2019 - 2020 Wild Seniors
  • 2019 - 2020 Bantam Black Flight League Winners
  • "Game On" USA Hockey Summit Empowering Women in Leadership
  • Thank you, USWNT!
  • Washington Wild Players awaiting a Meet and Greet with the US Women's National Team in Vancouver, BC
  • Rivalry Series USA Women's Vs Canada in Vancouver, BC
  • Seafair Torchlight Parade 2019
  • WWFHA Presenting the USWNT Photo to the new NHL Seattle GM Ron Francis
  • We all love Learn to Play Hockey!
  • Hard Work in Session
  • WWFHA and NHL to Seattle at the Northgate Ice Centre Design Review
  • Our 2018 - 2019 Season Seniors!
  • Goalie Coaching in the Wild
  • Winning Awards in Wild style
  • 19U A Showing how it gets done
  • 12U AA Fun off the ice
  • 14U AA in San Jose
  • Tournament Fun
  • 16U AA Spending Quality Holiday Time
  • Wild Alumnae
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Welcome to the Washington Wild

The Western Washington Female Hockey Association (WWFHA) was established in 2002 when a group of dedicated parents desiring a place for their daughters to play ice hockey started the association with three teams.

As the association has grown, several distinct teams have been created to support the age and ability levels:

  • Learn to Play Program (Hockey 1 and Hockey 2)
  • 8U  - 17U Rec/House Teams
  • 10U PCAHA Interlock (B) Team
  • 12U Rep Tier 3/A Team
  • 12U Rep Tier 2/AA Team
  • 14U Rep Tier 2/AA Team - Nationally bound
  • 17U Rep Tier 2/AA Team - Nationally bound as 19U Rep Tier 2 Team
  • 19U Rep Tier 3/A Team

In the last ten years, WWFHA has transitioned from a recreational club providing girls an opportunity to play ice hockey to an association aiming to meet the competitive and recreational goals of each and every female hockey player.

WWFHA is a member of USA Hockey, Pacific Northwest Amateur Hockey Association (PNAHA), and the prestigious Canadian Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association (PCAHA) female division.