Seattle, Washington, will host the U.S. Women’s Team Championships (Howe Cup) for the first time since 2012, November 15-17, at the Seattle Athletic Club.

Team registration is now available on the Howe Cup tournament page. Register a guest or support the event as a Bronze, Silver or Platinum Patron here. Contact to become an official tournament sponsor.

“The Seattle Squash community is super excited about hosting Howe Cup 2019,” said Lulu Chou Collet, a local organizer and long-time Howe Cup Player. “We want to make this a wonderful experience for the participants. Get your teams here and we will take care of the rest!”

The Seattle Athletic Club is located in the heart of downtown Seattle, and just one block away from the famous Pike Place Market. DJ Nudie (Annelize Naude) is confirmed to DJ the Saturday night party.

The Howe Cup, the United States’ largest squash event for women, has a long history. The annual women’s five-person team tournament first began in 1928 as an inter-city competition between New York, Philadelphia, and Boston. Over the past eight years, the Howe Cup has seen more participation than any other U.S. Championship with twenty percent growth.