Hawaii National Football Team Crest Released

Hui Kanaka Pōwāwae (Hawaiian Football) have unveiled their first-ever National Team Crest to represent the Hawaiian Islands as an Independent State in football competitions worldwide.

The Hawaiʻi national football team are a team representing the people of the Hawaiian Islands, located in the central Pacific Ocean and part of the United States. They are not affiliated with FIFA, CONCACAF or OFC, and therefore cannot compete for the FIFA World Cup, the CONCACAF Gold Cup or the OFC Nations Cup. Instead, they are part of ConIFA (Confederation of Independent Football Associations) and compete in their competitions.

Hawaiian National Football Team Crest

The Hawaiian National Teams’ Crest was fashioned after the Coat of Arms unveiled at the opening of the Hawaiian Legislative Assembly on May 25, 1845.

The Hawaii football national team crest contains several elements that symbolize Hawaii's history, including the royal standards of ancient chiefs, the Union Flag to remember Great Britain as Hawai‘i’s Protectorate, and the feathered cloak and helmet of Aliʻi Nui (Paramount Chief) KALANIʻŌPUʻU.

The third quarter of the Crest contains four of the eight stripes of the National Flag, representing the island homes of the first team's players. The colors of the National Team are evocative of the feathered cloaks and helmets worn by the chiefs of old Hawai‘i.

Hawaiian Football Federation Logo

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