Aly Wagner, a former player on the US women’s national team, explains how she helped get the club off the ground with an investment model that has never been used in US professional sports before.

Danielle Slaton and Brandi Chastain connected with fans at PayPal Park before a Women’s World Cup watch party. Many were thanking them for their help in bringing a women’s team to the Bay Area.

Bay FC, the Bay Area’s newest professional women’s sports team, announced today it will call PayPal Park its initial home stadium when the team plays its inaugural season in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) in 2024.

Bay FC will make its home at PayPal Park in San Jose for its first season and the “foreseeable future,” the team announced on Friday.

Bay FC will play its first several seasons in San Jose, with the announcement coming less than two weeks after the U.S. women’s national team played in front of a sell-out crowd at PayPal Park.

Bay FC, the new women’s professional soccer franchise representing the Bay Area, today announced Jen Millet as its first Chief Operating Officer (COO).

Bay FC, the Bay Area’s newest professional sports franchise and member of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), today announced Brady Stewart as the club’s first CEO.