See where your favorite club stands in this week's rankings

(April 29, 2014) - Each week NWSLsoccer.com will bring you the latest power rankings for all nine teams, see which way your club is trending.






1. (1 – Last Week)

Seattle Reign FC (3-0-0, 9 pts.)

With two games last week, Seattle earned a comfortable six points against the Spirit and Dash. This week, they will try their fortunes on the road Wednesday at Sky Blue FC and Saturday at the Spirit.

Last Game:  3-1 win vs. WAS, 2-0 win vs. HOU

Next Game: 4/30 at SBFC, 5/3 at WAS






2.  (2)

Portland Thorns FC (2-0-1=0, 7 pts.)

In front of more than 14,000 fans at home, Portland earned their second win of the season. This week, they will travel to Rochester and face a rested WNY Flash and a now available Abby Wambach.

Last Game: 3-1 win vs. FCKC

Next Game: 5/3 at WNYF






3. (7)

Washington Spirit (2-2-0, 6 pts.)

Following a difficult two-game road trip, the Spirit was able to claim three points and climb up the standings. Whether or not they remain will be seen with a tough test against league-leading Reign FC.

Last Game:  3-1 loss at SRFC, 1-0 win at CRS

Next Game: 5/3 vs. SRFC






4. (3)

Chicago Red Stars (1-1-0, 3 pts.)

The Red Stars were unable to build off their bright start with a tough loss at home against the Spirit. Now, Chicago will look to rebound on the road against FC Kansas City on Wednesday.

Last Game:  1-0 loss vs. WAS

Next Game: 4/30 at FCKC






5. (9)

Boston Breakers (1-2-0, 3 pts.)

With the first win of the season last week, Boston travels to Sky Blue FC for the return leg of their back-to-back games on Saturday. The Breakers will looks to ride Player of the Week Lianne Sanderson and keep SBFC from finding their form at home.

Last Game:  3-2 win vs. SBFC

Next Game: 5/3 at SBFC






6. (4)

Western New York Flash (1-1-0, 3 pts.)

Following a bye week, the Flash returns to action against the Portland Thorns FC on Saturday. While Carli Lloyd sits out the first of her two-game suspension, Western New York will see Abby Wambach return from injury to make her 2014 debut on Saturday.

Last Game:  Bye Week

Next Game: 5/3 vs. PTFC






7. (5)

Houston Dash (1-2-0, 3 pts.)

With one of the youngest rosters in the league, Houston will look to defeat FC Kansas City on Saturday in the friendly confines of BBVA Compass Stadium.

Last Game:  2-0 loss at SRFC

Next Game: 5/3 vs. FCKC






8. (8)

Sky Blue FC (0-1-2, 2 pts.)

Sky Blue FC must find a way to put their recent struggle behind them and focus on what is sure to be a difficult week with home games against Seatle and Boston. 

Last Game:  3-2 loss at BOS

Next Game: 4/30 vs SRFC, 5/3 vs. BOS






9. (6)

FC Kansas City (0-2-1, 1 pts.)

The struggles continue for FC Kansas City following another difficult loss this time to the Thorns FC. Now, Kansas City must begin to find their best form with a midweek at home against PTFC before heading to Houston on Saturday.

Last Game: 3-1 loss at PTFC

Next Game: 4/30 vs. CRS, 5/3 at HOU

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