The D.C. Current will host their biggest game of the year on Saturday as they welcome the Boston Whitecaps to Cardinal Stadium in a battle for the Eastern Conference Championship.

D.C. Current (9-1) vs Boston Whitecaps (5-5) | June 28, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.

Cardinal Stadium at the Catholic University, Washington, D.C. | Eastern Conference Championship Game

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.

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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.

Eastern Conference Championship

In appreciation of the fantastic fan support the D.C. Current have received throughout the year, tickets to the Eastern Conference Championship game will be offered at a special rate. General Admission tickets will be just $8 for adults, $5 for those under-23 and just $2 for those under-12, or for $18 fans can get a ticket to the game and an autographed disc.

Keys to the Game

This will be the fourth meeting between the Whitecaps and the Current this season, with D.C. claiming two of the previous three matchups. D.C. was the first team to ever beat the Whitecaps in MLU play, and then became the only team to ever win a game in Boston. Over the three games D.C. has outscored Boston by just a single point at 51-50. In Week 2’s win over the Whitecaps it took a last second hammer from Peter Prial to Calvin Oung, and the Eastern Conference Championship game should be another close match.

How to Follow the Action

This matchup between the D.C. Current and the Boston Whitecaps will be livestreamed for free on MLU Live. Fans can stay current on all of the action by following @TheDCCurrent on Twitter for live updates from the game.

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Players to Watch

Alan Kolick: Kolick finished the regular season with the most assists (30) in the MLU, and third overall in total points (44). Kolick has been the driving force behind the Current’s offense all season long and is a leading candidate to earn MVP honors. Kolick has scored 13 points in three games against the Whitecaps this season including a seven-point effort in Week 2.

Markham Shofner: Shofner finished tied for the league lead in assists with 30 and is a threat to put the disc deep at any point on the field. If Shofner has a throwing window he will look to exploit the Whitecaps defense by taking deep shots on Saturday.

Jeff Graham: Graham finished the regular season second in the league with 47 points and proved equally effective at getting into the end zone (27 goals) as he was hitting teammates for the score (20 assists.) Graham recorded seven points against the Current in Week 2 and D.C. will need to limit his big play ability if they want to make it to the MLU Championship game.

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