By playing to a 1-1 draw at the Washington Spirit Sunday morning, Sky Blue FC has been assured of having the least regular-season wins in National Women’s Soccer League history.

With two matches reamining in the season, Sky Blue FC is 0-16-6 as the most wins it can accrue is two.

The New Jersey side already tied the league record for the most losses in a season, with 16.

Sky Blue FC needs to win its final two matches or it will have the fewest points in league history. The record is held by the 2016 Boston Breakers (3-15-2), which recorded 11 points that season.

The team plays at the Chicago Red Stars and former Sky Blue FC star Sam Kerr Tuesday night.

The remaining schedule (all times ET)

Sept. 4 — at Chicago Red Stars, 7:30 p.m.

Sept. 8 — Orlando Pride, noon

Here are the worst finishes in each of the NWSL’s first five seasons

2013 — Washington Spirit — 3-14-5, 14 points, eighth place

2014 — Houston Dash — 5-16-3, 18 points, ninth place

2015 — Boston Breakers — 4-13-3, 15 points, ninth place

2016 — Boston Breakers — 3-15-2, 11 points — 10th place

2017 — Washington Spirit — 4-13-7 19 points — 10th place

2017 — Boston Breakers — 4-13-7, 19 points — ninth place