If you evaluate the stats, the best women's professional team may be right here in Western New York.
The Western New York Flash are preparing to face the Portland Thorns for the National Women's Soccer League Championship on Saturday night.
For the Flash, it's a chance to win their fourth straight championship - coming in their 4th different league because of previous instability in women's professional soccer. Led by reigning FIFA player of the year Abby Wambach, the Flash won the regular season championship and now it's all on the line.
"For us, right now, this team hasn't won anything," said Wambach. "I don't even care about the regular season championship. All that did was give us an opportunity to play in front of our home fans in the playoffs. That doesn't matter, because at the end of the day people are going to remember the people hoisting the cup at the end of the playoffs rather than who won the regular season."
"I think it's a big tribute to our coaching staff and they always put together a winning squad and one that's going to be competing for the championship," said McCall Zerboni. "I think we are creating a great label here at this club and we're creating a brand for ourselves that we're always guaranteed to be a competitive team."
The title game is set for Saturday at 8 p.m. at Sahlen's Stadium in downtown Rochester.