The DC Current are excited to announce our makeup game versus the NY Rumble!

After our home game was canceled on May 11th versus New York (Yes, we were ahead 2-1 at the time. No, it does not sound like we can take that score into the game.), we were not sure we’d find as nice a site as Montgomery Blair on short notice, but when we contacted the Arlington Department of Parks and Recreation, we found that Washington-Lee High School was available on June 23 for a 4 pm game.

Washington-Lee is a familiar locale for WAFC players, as WAFC has hosted intermediate and advanced league games, all-star games, and a NexGen game (which broke the NexGen attendance record) over the last few years.

Approximately equidistant from the Ballston and Virginia Square Metro stops (Orange Line), it also offers a perfect spot for our fans to enjoy a Sunday Brunch at CarPool.

All tickets from the May 11th game vs the NY Rumble will be honored for this game.

The winner of this pivotal game will go to the Eastern Conference playoffs.

METRO/WALKING DIRECTIONS

Washington-Lee High School
1301 N Stafford St Arlington, VA 22201

Metro Orange Line to Ballston.
Walk east on Fairfax Dr.
Take First Left on N. Stafford St.

CarPool for DC Current Brunchgating
4000 Fairfax Dr, Arlington, VA ‎

Metro Orange Line to Ballston.
Walk West on Fairfax Dr. and CarPool will be on the right.

CarPool to Washington-Lee

Walk North on Quincy Street,
Take a Right on Washington Blvd.
Take First Right on N. Stafford St.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From I-66E
Take Exit 71 onto Fairfax Drive toward Virginia 120/Virginia 237/Glebe Rd
Turn left onto N. Stafford Street
The stadum will be on your right past Washington Blvd.

From I-66W
Take exit 71 for VA-120/Glebe Rd
Turn right onto VA-120 N/N Glebe Rd
Take the First Right onto 15th St N
Turn right onto N Stafford St
The stadium will be on the left.

About The Author

Dusty played college ultimate for New York University from 1998-2002, captaining for his final three years. From 2003-2009 he filled various roles for New Jersey's Pike from deepest bench to O-line cutter, D-line handler, O-line handler, and captain before concluding his club career with an opportunity in 2010 to represent New York City on PoNY's D-line. While never qualifying for college regionals, Rhodes played at six Club Nationals in the Open Division (finishing from dead last to tied for third) and coached Drew University to a fifth place college regional finish in 2005. Dusty earned a degree in English and American Literature from NYU and spent all of his remaining energy playing pickup basketball and writing for NYU's Washington Square News.

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