KC Current fans flock to Teal Mobile ahead of NWSL Championship game

Kansas City displays its teal pride before the championship game. The Teal Mobile has been making the rounds in Kansas City this week selling KC Current hardware. Stopped by Boulevard Brewing Friday night and Ruby Jean’s Juicery around lunchtime. KMBC 9 spoke to fans about their excitement for a team celebrating a major comeback this year. The Teal Mobile isn’t the only thing that went off on the eve of the league game. “It’s so exciting, like, I can’t believe this is happening,” Marissa Williams, who works for Ruby Jean’s Juicery and is also a fan of KC Current, said on Saturday. She’s a fan of game Emerson Shroeder will be in. As a young soccer player, she says she learned a lot from the women’s team. “Leadership probably, and I think they’ve come a long way too, which is kind of cool,” she said. They certainly did. Last season they were bottom of the league. Now they’re playing for everything. “It shows that they’ve worked hard and have persevered, so all of their hard work and everything comes to fruition,” fan Lavonda Bermudez said. “When you’re a new team, you gotta get to know the girls, get to know the teammates, and we thrive,” said the Tina Hernandez fan. “They’re just a great example for young teenagers, young girls.” “I have two daughters of my own and it’s been really nice to see them being able to take inspiration from our local sports team,” Williams said. Regardless of the final score, the team’s impressive season is already a win for Kansas City. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. before the 7 p.m. kick-off. The event is free, but we encourage you to book here.

Kansas City displays its teal pride before the championship game. The Teal Mobile has been making the rounds in Kansas City this week selling KC Current hardware. Stopped by Boulevard Brewing Friday night and Ruby Jean’s Juicery around lunchtime. KMBC 9 spoke to fans about their excitement for a team celebrating a major comeback this year.

The Teal Mobile isn’t the only thing on this league game eve.

“This is so exciting, I can’t believe this is happening,” said Marissa Williams, who works for Ruby Jean’s Juicery and is also a fan of KC Current.

Fans flocked to hang their team outside the spinner as they prepare to cheer on the home team in their pursuit of a national title in Washington, DC on Saturday.

He’s a fan of the game Emerson Shroeder will be. As a young soccer player, she says she learned a lot from the women’s team.

“Leadership probably, and I think they’ve come a long way too, which is pretty cool,” she said.

They certainly did. Last season they were bottom of the league. Now they play for everything.

“It shows that they’ve worked hard and persevered, so all of their hard work and everything is coming together,” fan Lavonda Bermudez said.

“When you’re a new team, you gotta get to know the girls, get to know the teammates, and we thrive,” fan Tina Hernandez said. “They’re just a great example for young teenagers, young girls.”

“I have two daughters of my own and it’s been really nice to see them being able to take inspiration from our local sports team,” Williams said.

Regardless of the final score, the team’s impressive season is already a win for Kansas City.

You can watch the Portland Thorns’ current battle for the NWSL Championship on Saturday night at a watch party at Haverty Family Yards in Union Station. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. before the 7 p.m. kick-off.

The event is free, but we encourage you to RSVP here.

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