The New York Magic is a pro-amateur women’s soccer franchise with a primary mission of providing an avenue for the development of female soccer players in a highly competitive environment. The New York Magic provides wholesome quality family entertainment while developing the game of soccer in the local, regional, national and international soccer community. The New York Magic competes in the United Women's Soccer League (UWS), (www.UWSsoccer.com) and is affiliated with soccer through the United States Amateur Soccer Association.
The New York Magic’s successes include conference quarterfinals 2002 and 2003. Final 4 finalists in 1998, and 1999, and W-League Division champions in 1998; 2014; 2010 W-League "Rookie of the Year" (Rashidah Sherman); All Northeastern Conference Defender of the Year (Lorina White) and Midfielder of the Year (Serina Kashimoto); 2014 USL Finalist for Goalkeeper of the Year (Samantha Depken) and Northeast Conference Team.