|Date of birth||5 June 1945|
|Place of birth||Burnley, England|
|1978–1979||New York Arrows (indoor)||4||(0)|
|1978||Rochester Lancers (assistant)|
|1978–1980||New York Arrows (assistant)|
|1980–1982||Denver Avalanche (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Peter Duerden (born 5 June 1945 in Burnley) is an English retired-Canadian association football defender who played professionally in the North American Soccer League and the Major Indoor Soccer League. He also served as an assistant coach with teams in both leagues.
In 1964, Duerden moved from England to Canada where he signed with the Toronto Metros of the North American Soccer League. He began the 1972 season with Toronto before moving to the Montreal Olympique during the season. He then played a handful of games for the New York Arrows during the 1978-1979 Major Indoor Soccer League season.
In 1971, Duerden played three games with the Canadian Olympic soccer team. That year he also played eight games for the Canadian Pan American Games soccer team.
In 1978, Duerden was an assistant coach with the Rochester Lancers of the North American Soccer League. In 1978, he became an assistant coach-player with the New York Arrows who borrowed much of their roster from the Lancers. In 1980, the Denver Avalanche of MISL hired Duerden as an assistant coach.