The 2023-24 National Women’s Soccer League offseason is underway, full steam ahead. The league saw a one-week trade window, which lasted from November 13, until November 21.
Click here to see the Trade Tracker, as we will continue to update that with trades during the offseason.
This tracker is solely for Free Agent signings made by the league’s 14 teams.
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Caprice Dydasco signs with Bay FC (Nov. 21, 2023): Dydasco, who won the NWSL Defender of the Year title in 2021, has signed with expansion side Bay FC as a free agent. The contract is through the 2026 NWSL season. She most recently featured for the Houston Dash in 2023, joining the side in late 2022 after a trade with Gotham.
“Bay FC is building something truly unique in the NWSL and the world of women’s sports and I’m so excited to be a part of this team’s legacy,” Dydasco said. “The club has already proven they are top notch and I can’t wait to take the pitch next year for our first season.”
Michele Vasconcelos signs with Utah (Nov. 21, 2023): Vasconcelos, a native of Sandy, Utah, has signed as a free agent with the Royals. The deal is through the 2025 NWSL season. Vasconcelos was most recently with the Portland Thorns, and was with the Utah Royals team in 2020.
“As I come back to Utah, for sure excitement is my main feeling, but I’m also feeling a ton of relief – I was devastated when the team left three years ago, as I’d only been back here a month,” Vasconcelos said, via a press release. “I grew up in Sandy, in the shadow of the Royals / RSL stadium. Now coming back for the second time around, it really feels too good to be true, now I really have the chance to live out my dream.”
Imani Dorsey signs with Utah as a free agent (Nov. 29, 2023): Imani Dorsey has signed a two-year contract with the Utah Royals FC as a free agent. The defender joins from Gotham FC, where she has spent her entire career since being drafted in 2018. Dorsey has featured in 72 matches and was named the 2018 NWSL Rookie of the Year.
“When I heard about URFC return, I was intrigued about the possibility of playing here,” Dorsey said, via a press release. “I came into the league in 2018, so during those first few seasons, traveling to Salt Lake City, this was a place I was very excited to experience. From the outside looking in, the amenities this club built up for women’s soccer was to be admired — setting the league standard even then.”
Dorsey continued: “The vision for this club is so inspiring, the attention to detail shown by (head coach) Amy Rodriguez and (sporting directory) Kelly Cousins makes me so excited for the second Royals iteration to create one of the premier destinations for soccer in the entire world, and I’m grateful to be asked to be a part of this expansion side. I am very excited to help grow Utah’s soccer culture. That’s one of the joys of being a professional, to being a part of the energy and the emotion of the crowd, the community, inspiring the next generation. I cannot wait to dive head-first into the Utah experience.”
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