Dawson Olympics
AmericanFootball current event.svg Final season
Established 2010
Play in Riverside Stadium
Dawson, Duwamish
Dawson Olympics helmet
Dawson Olympics logo
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SimSports Football League (2010–2011)

Final uniform
Dawson Olympics uniform
Team colors Olympic Green, Navy blue, White


Owner(s) Mark Johnson
Chairman Mark Johnson
President Mark Johnson
Head coach Bryce Livingston
Team history
  • Duwamish Dodgers (2010)
  • Dawson Olympics (2010–present)
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The Dawson Olympics were a professional American football team headquartered in Dawson, Duwamish. They were members of the Northern Division of the Devine Athletics Conference (DAC) in the SimSports Football League (SFL). The team planned to play their home games at Riverside Stadium in the North Dawson Stadium Complex. The team's training facility and corporate headquarters were located nearby at the Olympics Center. The team was scheduled to hold a training camp on the campus of the University of Dawson (UD) located in Downtown Dawson.

The team began play in the 2010 season as the Duwamish Dodgers, an expansion team of the SFL to represent Duwamish. The team originally played at the Kalama Stadium, but moved to the Dawson Bowl in late September. The Dodgers advanced to the first round of the SFL playoffs, but were eliminated by the Laval LacHawks 12–14. The Dodgers were renamed for the 2011 season to the Olympics after the Kalama Eagles expansion franchise was announced. The organization ceased operations after the SFL shut down on December 4, 2010.

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