San Diego Wave FC officially kick off the 2024 NWSL regular season this Saturday at Snapdragon Stadium against Kansas City Current. The match will kick off at 7:00 p.m. PT. Tickets for the match are available here. Match day information, including the Wave’s Fan Fest located outside of Snapdragon Stadium beginning at 3:30 p.m. PT can be found here.


Fans can watch the match on ION.

  • ION showcases top matches from across the league every Saturday night of the 2024 regular season and is available on TV and streaming for fans nationwide. The show will include a live pre-match, halftime and match break studio to cover all the action.
  • Fans can find ION via freeze, Fubo TV, Google TV, YouTube TV and more.

San Diego Wave vs. Kansas City Current

In all-time meetings between the two sides, Kansas City holds the advantage with a 1-2-1 record for San Diego. Last season, the two clubs split the series with each team getting all three points on the road. The Wave’s captain, Alex Morgan, currently leads San Diego in goals (2) against the Current, while Amirah Ali and Sierra Enge have scored once each.

San Diego Wave Outlook

Wave FC return to Snapdragon Stadium for the first time in 2024, following a 1-0 win against NJ/NY Gotham FC in the newly formatted Challenge Cup – a single-game matchup between the 2023 NWSL Shield Winners versus the 2023 NWSL Champions. In the 88th minute, it was none other than forward Alex Morgan to score the game-winning goal off a perfectly delivered corner kick from midfielder Savannah McCaskill.

San Diego welcomed seven new players to their roster during the offseason including two rookies from the 2024 NWSL draft and two international players. Defender Kennedy Wesley from Stanford was the Wave’s first selection in the first round (12th overall) of the draft, and forward Mya Jones was selected in the third round (47th overall) from the University of Memphis. Kaitlyn Torpey joins the Wave from Australia after playing three seasons with Melbourne City and Swedish defender Hanna Lundkvist joins San Diego from Atlético de Madrid. Among other players, Savannah McCaskill joined the Wave after two seasons withAngel City where she appeared in 23 games (23 starts) while earning four goals and three assists in the 2023 season.

Kansas City Current Outlook 

The Current kicked of their regular season with a home opener nine- goal thriller at the all-new CPKC Stadium. Kansas City earned a 5-4 victory over the Portland Thorns as midfielder Vanessa DiBernardo two goals, followed by Beatriz Zaneratto Joao, Kristen Hamilton and Alex Pfeiffer adding on to secure all three points. Led by former USWNT Head Coach Vlatko Andonovski, the first-year current manager will look to improve on the club’s 2023 season that saw the Current finish in 11th place with an overall record of 8-2-12.


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