Even if they didn’t invent soccer, you can still show your pride for one of the country’s most vibrant sides.
Seattle have made it a habit of qualifying for the playoffs and, in 2019, making their third final in four years hoisted them into dynasty territory. Not only did they power through the playoffs past arguably the league’s greatest-ever regular season side, but they also managed to avenge their 2017 final loss to Toronto at home in front of their own supporters. After a scoreless first 45, second-half goals from Kevin Leerdam, Víctor Rodríguez, and Raúl Ruidíaz were enough to see Seattle best their familiar rivals to lift the club’s second title.
The match side of the wristband is a pitch inspired by Seattle’s Puget Sound, with a center circle featuring the face of Chief Seattle. The reverse features a patchwork of famous Seattle landmarks and iconography layered over a background of the club’s famous green color scheme.