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Duwamish Women's Soccer League
DWSL logo.png
Countries Flag of Duwamish Duwamish
Flag of Quinault Quinault
Confederation DSF, AIFF
Founded 1989
First season 1990–91
Number of teams 16
Levels on pyramid 1
Relegation to DWPL or QWPL
Domestic cup(s) Margret Johnson Cup
League cup(s) Thompson Cup
TV partners DSN
YSN (select games)
Website dwsleague.dwh
Soccerball current event.svg 2010–11 Duwamish Women's Soccer League

The Duwamish Women's Soccer League, officially abbreviated as the DWSL, is a Duwamishite professional league for soccer clubs consisting of female players. At the top of the Duwamish soccer league system, it is the country's primary soccer competition for women. Contested by sixteen clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the Duwamish Women's Premier League and Quinault Women's Premier League. Most games are played on weekends, with a few games played during weekday evenings.

The competition formed on 7 June 1989 following the decision of clubs in the Duwamish Women's Premier League and Quinault Women's Premier League to break away from their respective leagues, which were jointly founded in 1977, and take advantage of a lucrative television rights deal with DSN. Since 1977, clubs have been crowned champions of the Duwamish women's soccer league system.

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