After claiming a victory on the road to open the season, D.C. will attempt to hand Boston their first ever loss in the MLU. Will you be there to see it?

D.C. Current vs. Boston Whitecaps | April 19, 2014 at 6 p.m.

Cardinal Stadium at the Catholic University, Washington, D.C.

The Current will look to christen their new home with a victory against the league’s best team 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.

Action off the field at the Stadium

While the Current will be busy with Boston on the pitch, there will be plenty of action going on around the stadium as well. Several food trucks– Curley’s Q, Corned Beef King, Lindas Luncheonette, Capitol Kabob, Go Fish! and more– will be on hand to serve up delicious offerings to hungry Current fans. Fans will also be able to take part in several of their favorite outdoor games as areas for ladder ball, kan jam, spike ball and several other games will all be available to those in attendance.

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 on opening day!

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

Kelly’s Irish Times

Kelly’s Irish Times located in Northwest D.C. 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.

Where to Watch

This week’s game is being live streamed. Watch it HERE!

If you can’t make it to the game, or aren’t able to watch the live stream, fans can still stay current on all of the action by following @TheDCCurrent on Twitter for live updates from the game.

Support the District of Ultimate!

Download our latest desktop backgrounds featuring our season schedule! We just added two new ones last night.

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

Peter Prial: The MLU’s number one goal scorer from 2013 led the team with four goals during D.C.’s Week 1 victory over the Philadelphia Spinners. Prial will have even more incentive to touch down with the disc in the end zone this week as he will be going head to head with his former squad, the Boston Whitecaps.

Alan Kolick: Kolick is one of the most gifted handlers in the entire MLU, but last week his layout D late in the contest secured the win for the Current. This week Kolick will look to be more productive with the disc in his hand so he won’t have to worry about saving the victory with a crazy D.

Eddie Peters: In his first ever professional game, Eddie Peters scored three goals and two assists. Late in the game, Peters quickly changed directions, reached across his body and laid out to reel in a deflected hammer from Prial for a score. Peters was rewarded for his outstanding effort on the grab with the Friction Gloves Catch of the Week.

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