|Association||Duwamish Soccer Federation|
|Highest AIFF ranking||2 (February 2011)|
|Lowest AIFF ranking||3 (September 2010)|
Illu'a 1–4 Duwamish |
(Colbitz, Illu'a; 1 August 2010)
Duwamish 6–0 Starfishland |
(Bremerton, Duwamish; 24 August 2010)
Duwamish 2–5 Escambia |
(Cowlitz, Duwamish; 27 November 2010)
|USNW Cup (COFR Cup)|
|Appearances||1 (First in 2011)|
The Duwamish men's national soccer team represents Duwamish in international soccer and is controlled by the Duwamish Soccer Federation. Duwamish maintains its own national side that competes in all major professional tournaments in the Alliance of International Football Federations (AIFF) with the exception of the Simlympic Games, as another team is fielded for the soccer competition. The majority of Duwamish's home matches are held at the "national stadium", the Dawson Bowl, with friendly matches sometimes hosted at the secondary venue, Gangnam Stadium, and club stadiums.
Duwamish has not qualified for the AIFF World Cup or any major international tournament. The team has achieved some noteworthy results, however, such as a three-month long unbeaten period over the span of twelve friendlies and four matches in the Tropics Cup. During the unbeaten period in August, the team won 6–0 over Starfishland at Devine Athletics Pitch.
Duwamish's supporters are collectively known as the Green Army, a name shared with the supporters of the Dawson Ducks. Duwamish's traditional and statistical rival is Escambia, who ranks first in the World Rankings, while Duwamish is second. Another traditional rival is New Chandler, who Duwamish has met several times in 2010.
Kalama Winter CupEdit
AIFF World Cup recordEdit
AIFF Confederations Cup recordEdit
USNW Cup recordEdit
- Main article: Green Army