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Ducks Sports Complex
Ducks Sports Complex logo
Location Dawson, Duwamish
Built 1987–1989
Opened 2 August 1989
Renovated 2005–2006
Owner Dawson Ducks Holdings
Operator Dawson Ducks Holdings
Surface 1 FieldTurf stadium,
1 grass stadium,
2 grass fields
Construction cost ϵ5.6 million
Architect Jeong & Associates
Capacity 5,000 (main stadium)
900 (grass stadium)
100 (training grounds)
Record attendance 5,634
Field dimensions 110 m × 70 m
(120 yd x 77 yd)
Website duckssports.dwh/facilities
Tenants
Dawson Ducks (DSL/DPL) (1989–present)
Dawson Ducks Ladies (DWSL) (1989–present)
Dawson Jaguars (DRSL) (2005)

Ducks Sports Complex is a sporting facility in Dawson, Duwamish that is owned, operated, developed, and used by the Dawson Ducks and its holdings company. It serves as the primary training facility for the club as well as housing the headquarters. It is home of the Dawson Ducks Ladies of the Duwamish Women's Soccer League and was home of the Dawson Jaguars of the Duwamish Rugby Super League during their last season in 2005.

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Construction and layoutEdit

FacilitiesEdit

SoccerEdit

Dawson DucksEdit

Ducks LadiesEdit

RugbyEdit

Dawson JaguarsEdit

Other eventsEdit

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Events and tenants
Preceded by
Dawson Stadium
Training facilities of
Dawson Ducks FC

since 1989
Succeeded by
current
Preceded by
Johnson Park
Home of
Dawson Ducks LFC

since 1989
Succeeded by
current
Preceded by
Dawson Bowl
Home of the
Dawson Jaguars

2005
Succeeded by
last stadium

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