The Washington Spirit host NJ/NY Gotham FC at Audi Field on Saturday night in the first of four games across the league. Coming off a great win against San Diego last Saturday, the Spirit broke their winless streak and are looking to continue their positive run this Saturday night.
SAT @ 7 PM ET
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The North Carolina Courage welcome OL Reign to WakeMed Soccer Park on Saturday night as the hosts look to win their fourth straight game and continue their late push for the playoffs, while OL Reign attempt to extend their unbeaten run to four games to keep themselves in post-season positioning.
SAT @ 7:30 PM ET
The Chicago Red Stars have a second consecutive home match for the first time in five weeks as they host the Houston Dash at SeatGeek Stadium on Saturday night in a matchup of two potential playoff teams. The Red Stars will attempt to build on their run of two wins in the last three games, while the Dash are seeking to make it three in a row without a loss.
SAT @ 8 PM ET
Southern California rivals San Diego Wave FC and Angel City FC are set to clash in San Diego’s “new home” opener at the all-new, state of the art, Snapdragon Stadium. For this special occasion, the Wave have already sold out the 35,000-seat venue, making this what should be the highest attended game in NWSL history.
SAT @ 10 PM ET
In the last match of the weekend, the Current welcome Portland Thorns FC to Children’s Mercy Park with first place on the Road to the Shield, presented by CarMax, on the line. The Kansas City Current are returning home and looking to bounce back from Wednesday’s lopsided loss to the Chicago Red Stars that ended the Current’s 13-game unbeaten run.
SUN @ 5 PM ET
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