Last week the Current were victorious over the Spinners in front of a raucous home crowd. D.C. looks to do it again at Cardinal Stadium this Saturday against the New York Rumble.

D.C. Current (3-1) vs New York Rumble (2-2) | May 10, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.

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

The Current will look to stay unbeaten at home this season as they will go head-to-head with a surging Rumble squad 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

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.

WAFC Night

The D.C. Current will donate a portion of the gate from Sunday’s big game against the Rumble to support the Washington Area Frisbee Club. WAFC is very 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

Saturday will be the first time these two squads have squared off this season. Both New York and D.C. enter the match coming off of victories in Week 4. The Rumble will hope their strong performance against the Boston Whitecaps will carry over into this week’s tilt against the Current. The Current will look to remain undefeated at Cardinal Stadium this season and move to 4-1 at the halfway point of the 2014 MLU campaign.

How to Follow the Action

This Week 5 match-up between the D.C. Current and the New York Rumble will not be shown as part of the MLU YouTube live stream package. However, fans can stay current on all of the action by following @TheDCCurrent on Twitter for live updates from the game. Fans will be able to watch the contest in full when it’s posted to the MLU’s YouTube channel on Tuesday (May 13). Don’t forget to check the Current site for a game day recap a few hours following the match.

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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 has been incredible this season with the disc in his hands, as he always makes great decisions and puts his recievers in a position to make the catch. If the Rumble hope to slow down the Current’s offense, they will have to contain Kolick and make his work hard to recieve the disc.

Sean Keegan: Keegan had eight points in the Current’s Week 4 win over the Spinners, showing off his best assests. Not only does Keegan have the ability to bomb the disc deep, but he also has a knack for finding free space in the end zone.

Chris Mazur: Mazur is the reigning MLU MVP and showed why last week as he scored a game high eight points off of two goals and six assists. The Current will need to put a tight mark on Mazur to make sure the Rumble’s offense doesn’t get off to a good start.

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