Media Reporting

Media Reporting

All teams must send a game report on whether you win, lose, or draw, NO LATER than noon the day following your game.

Use the form below to submit your game report. For detailed instructions on how to manually submit your game reports, see the 2019 KWSL Media Reporting Instructions.

If you have any other questions regarding media reporting, you can email the Media Representative for more information.

Media Report Submission

Please use the following guidelines for submitting your media reports:
  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • ex. descriptions of goals, the score at halftime, outstanding goalkeeping, the names of players providing assists, etc…

At the 2011 KWSL Annual General Meeting, representatives voted to continue enforcing a 12:00 pm deadline for all media reports on the day following the game. In the past, team media representatives have found it easiest to comply with this deadline by getting into the habit of submitting game reports as soon as they return home once their game is completed! Every team is required to participate. Failure to comply with this deadline will result in a $25 fine for your team, as per resolutions 055 and 064 of the KWSL Administrative Policies.

Teams will be given one “grace period” for late or missing reports.

All of the above information can be found under the Players Information section of our website.

Please do not hesitate to contact me for further information. Have a great season!

Amanda Samaddar
Public Relations, KWSL Executive
[email protected]

The Kelowna Women’s Soccer League, proudly supported by Moore Greenery Landscaping, is excited to announce that for the 2018 season we will be continuing our partnership with the Kelowna Capital News and beginning a new partnership with KelownaNow. This year we will be posting statistics on the KWSL website as well as publishing results in local newspapers and online publications.


Publishing game reports provides positive exposure and promotion for our league, the sport of soccer, and a healthy lifestyle. Published game reports help demonstrate that soccer is a lifetime sport, and we hope that this coverage will help to encourage young women to continue playing after finishing their youth programs. Encouraging more girls to aspire to play competitive or recreational soccer as adults strengthens the player base and helps ensure the future of the KWSL. In addition, the exposure brings more awareness to the KWSL and may encourage more women who are not currently playing soccer to
potentially sign up to play in future seasons.

We also recognize that your team sponsors appreciate getting positive exposure from the money they provide to the teams in the KWSL. Publishing names of sponsoring organizations in the newspaper and our website provides them with this. The more exposure we are able to provide to sponsors, the more likely they are to be a continuing supporter of the KWSL.