The D.C. Current will look to continue their dominance over the New York Rumble and extend their league leading win streak to six games on Saturday. D.C. promises the fans at Cardinal Stadium a fantastic show in their final regular season home game of the year.

D.C. Current (7-1) vs New York Rumble (2-6) | June 14, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.

Cardinal Stadium at the Catholic University, Washington, D.C. | YULA Night

The Current will look to stay unbeaten at home this season as they host the New York Rumble on Saturday. Join us at Cardinal Stadium to help give D.C. the biggest home-field advantage in the league. Still need tickets? Get them HERE.


Taking the Metro Red Line is easy, but if you drive to Cardinal Stadium, there is a free parking lot located just south of the venue, adjacent to the tennis courts and the DuFour Athletic Center. The parking lot  is accessible by way of John McCormick Drive NE. There is also street parking available nearby.

If you decide to take the Metro, click here for detailed walking directions to the stadium from the Brookland-CUA stop.

Biking to the Stadium

The Metropolitan Branch Trail will take you straight to Cardinal Stadium from downtown D.C. or from locations north. Live downtown? You’re only a 20-minute bike ride from seeing the Current this weekend!

For detailed biking directions that will connect with the Metropolitan Branch Trail, click here.

Kelly’s Irish Times

Located in Northwest D.C., Kelly’s Irish Times is the official Pub of the 2014 Current. The Times is the place to be for pre- and post-game drink specials during every Current home game! Click here to see the specials.

YULA Night

The D.C. Current will donate a portion of the gate from Sunday’s big game against the Spinners to support the Youth Ultimate League of Arlington. YULA is extremly active in the local community and the Current are happy to support those efforts by contributing a portion of the gate. Depending on how many people attend Saturday’s game, the Current will donate up to $3.00 per ticket.

Keys to the Game

This will be the third meeting between the Rumble and the Current this season, with D.C. claiming each of the previous two matchups. While D.C. has dominated the two previous games, the Current know they will have to work hard to sweep their season series against the Rumble. But if the Current’s defense can continue to produce points at the pace they have for the past several weeks, D.C. should extend their winning streak.

How to Follow the Action

This Week 10 matchup between the D.C. Current and the Philadelphia Spinners will not be shown as part of the free MLU YouTube live stream package. Fans can stay current on all of the action by following @TheDCCurrent on Twitter for live updates from the game. The entire game will be available on the YouTube page by Tuesday June 17th.

Support the District of Ultimate!

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Don’t have any D.C. Current swag? Come checkout our new and improved team store at each home game to load up on D.C. Current gear like t-shirts, discs, hoodies, pint glasses and much more! And don’t forget to check us out online at the MLU Shop for even more merchandise.

Players to Watch

Alan Kolick: Kolick leads the league in assists (26), is fourth in total points (37) and has been the driving force behind the Current’s offense all season long. The MVP candidate has been consistently brilliant each week, and fans should expect to see more of the same.

Markham Shofner: Shofner has scored 12 points in two previous games against New York this season and will look to put up another big day against the Rumble on Saturday. Shofner is the rare MLU player who has the arm and accuracy to put the disc anywhere he wants from anywhere on the field.

Isaac Saul: Saul is the Rumble’s top point scorer and has been one of their top players this season. Saul has dished out 21 assists this season and will look to find more open teammates.

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