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WPS to open at Home Depot Center
December 17th, 2008 6:45AM

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[DATEBOOK] The inaugural Women's Professional Soccer match will take lace on March 29, 2009, when the Los Angeles Sol hosts the Washington Freedom at The Home Depot Center with live television coverage on Fox Soccer Channel.

The broadcast will be part of FSC's "Sunday Game of the Week" series.

The following Sunday will see home openers for FC Gold Pride, Sky Blue FC and Saint Louis Athletica.
 
2009 WPS Home Openers
March 29
Los Angeles Sol vs. Washington Freedom (Home Depot Center)

April 5
FC Gold Pride vs. Boston Breakers (Buck Shaw Stadium)
Sky Blue FC vs. Los Angeles Sol (TD Bank Park)
Saint Louis Athletica vs. Chicago Red Stars  (SIU-Edwardsville)
              
April 11
Boston Breakers vs. Saint Louis Athletica (Harvard Stadium)
Washington Freedom vs. Chicago Red Stars (Maryland SoccerPlex)
 
April 19
Chicago Red Stars vs. Sky Blue FC (Toyota Park)



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