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By CALSTORM STAFF, 04/19/23, 6:30AM PDT


The California Storm announced a partnership today with Bella Football.

Sacramento, CA: The California Storm announced a partnership today with Bella Football. Bella Football is a well-known and trusted brand that provides clubs, academies, and universities with the technological tools needed to be successful in the modern world.

“Bella Football is on a mission to bring football operations up to professional standards with an eye toward safeguarding and compliance, growth of the women's game, and a vision toward empowering athletes with their own performance data,” said Jason Kay, founder of Bella Football. “We appreciate the opportunity to work with Jamie and the rest of the Storm community as we identify opportunities to further serve the global football community." 

“Having Bella Football on board this season is going to be a game changer,” said Jamie Levoy, executive director of the California Storm. “Our players are students, they have jobs, they have families. Bella Football makes it so players can be successful on and off the field.”

Bella Football’s programs will provide a centralized location for players and staff to view training schedules, club event dates, and game dates and times. Additionally, it provides players and staff with a platform to communicate with one another efficiently and securely, as well as network and learn from players and managers who also use the platform all across the world.

Visit their website for more info on how their program might benefit you.


Bella Football is a mobile app that helps pro clubs, academies, and grassroots teams save time by centralizing communication and scheduling.

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The California Storm of the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) and USL W League is Sacramento’s premiere women’s soccer club. Their mission is to inspire and empower girls by building self-confidence and leadership skills through the game of soccer. California Storm players come from many different backgrounds including NCAA standouts, former national team players, and world-wide recognized professional players. From Ghana to South America and California to New York, athletes from around the world have played for the California Storm. Previous players: 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup Golden Boot winner Brazil’s Sissi and U.S. Women’s National Team world champions Brandi Chastain, Alex Morgan, Leslie Osborne, and Julie Foudy–among others.