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About us 

Formerly known as the Everett Reign, the Seattle Spartans were sold to player Nicole Pelham in 2018. Nicole is also a linebacker and running back for the team. 

2019 2-4 Head Coach Boyd after game 4 interim Head Coach Rod Wright

2020 WFA Cancelled season for Covid

2021 1-4 Head Coach Rod Wright

2022 1-5 Head Coach Boni Wanlsey in her first year.

August 1st annual Mayan Women's Bowl vs Merida Eagles

The Seattle Spartans cut ties with the WFA in 2023.

2023 Exhibition game and 2nd Annual Women's Mayan Bowl vs Merida Eagles 

2024 The Seattle Spartans are part of the (stay tuned).

Ranging in ages from 15 to 50 and older, the team is full of dedicated and passionate individuals who want to share their love of the sport. The team plays by the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) rules.

Everett Reign: Former owner and head Coach Billy Russo led the team for 7 years. "Reign Sports is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit organization. Reign Sports helps fund sports team in Washington State, more specifically cities in Snohomish & Skagit Counties. It also helps provide funds for the Everett Reign Women's football team and Everett Reign Gals Cheer team." Thank you Billy Russo and former Reign players for helping to grow the sport.

“Spartans is the type of football team I want. They can fight and win against all odds.”

Nicole Pelham


Besides playing football, the team is very involved with the community. The team does community outreach events every month, and more during the off-season.

For example, the team did Adopt-a-Road in Everett near Goddard Stadium, and continually try and keep the road clean. Some other events they’ve participated in include “Day of Giving,” giving locally to those in need, and a food drive they held at Arena Sports in Mill Creek.

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