FIND YOUR PLACE is the project where Women’s Football Management (WFM), Soccer Performance International (SPI), and Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) seal their partnership with the aim of facilitating the transfer of US players to the European leagues and vice versa.

The WPSL is the largest women’s soccer league in the world with 130 clubs divided into 22 conferences. WPSL teams represent a broad variety of female athletes from college, post-college, and prep. Women’s football icons such as Samantha Mewis, Tobin Heath, Rose Lavelle, Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe and Abby Wambach have played in one of the WPSL teams.

The “Find Your Place” project relies on the limitless talent of American clubs and athletes that has made the United States the source to which European clubs look at with the greatest interest as they search for new talent. Europe is increasingly becoming a location of choice for American athletes looking to continue developing in the game. European soccer federations have begun investing resources to strengthen their developmental process and increasing efforts in women’s football, aiming for the highest standards.

Based on the above, an alliance was born which has led to the creation of the “Find Your Place” Project. This landmark project is based on the following pillars of success:

  • PROMOTION: WPSL promotes the development of a global culture of women’s football and encourages international mobility initiatives among its affiliates
  • DELIVERY: SPI and WFM deliver their skills and professionalism at clubs and athletes and offer all the services necessary to make the transfers of players to and from the United States as transparent and easy as possible
    • from scouting to contracts, from coaching to branding, from web marketing to social media management.
  • SYNERGY: SPI and WFM have set a synergistic relationship that allows them to operate in the United States and Europe with flexibility and effectiveness.

We aspire to train the future of football and become the leading promoters of women’s football and their development on a global scale. For more information, please contact our USA based partner at