Women's United Soccer Association
The eight-team WUSA was formed in 2000 as the top women's outdoor professional league and play began in 2001. The league championship game is known as the Founders Cup. The league folded following the 2003 season.
|Year ||Winner ||Score ||Loser|
|2001||Bay Area CyberRays||3-3*||Atlanta Beat|
|2002||Carolina Courage||3-2||Washington Freedom|
|2003 ||Washington Freedom ||2-1 OT||Atlanta Beat |
*Bay Area won shoot-out, 4-2.
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