http://wleague.uslsoccer.com/home/859125.html Eighteen teams in three conferences. 108 league games. Northeastern Conference: Laval Comets, Long Island Rough Riders, New Jersey Wildcats, New York Magic, North Jersey Valkyries, Quebec Dynamo ARSQ Southeastern Conference: Atlanta Silverbacks, Braddock Road Stars Elite, Carolina Elite Cobras, Charlotte Lady Eagles, Dayton Dutch Lions, Washington Spirit Reserves Western Conference: Arizona Strikers FC, Colorado Pride, Colorado Rush, Colorado Storm, Santa Clarita Blue Heat, Seattle Sounders Women Playoffs: six teams: final-four-host, two Northeastern (play-off for FF spot), one Southeastern, two Western (play-off for FF spot). Seems like the combined W-League W-20 finals would be moving away from the Florida site. With just 18 teams, you wonder if this is the swan song year for the W. Will enough teams drop next year so that the remaining teams will just fold into the WPSL? Can the W turn it around by creating an agreement with the NWSL (similar to the MLS-USL agreement), where the pro league would put their development teams into the W? (This would mean that the NWSL would need to implement a home-grown player system.) Of course, I could just be overstating this; any number under 20 is sort of a psychological barrier of "healthy amateur league." The number of American teams goes from 19 to 16. Lost some Canadian teams (maybe that League 1 Ontario women's league will actually happen).