NWSL: Unbeaten Kansas City And Orlando Shoot For Lucky Number 13

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI - MARCH 16: A general view during the opening match between the Portland Thorns FC and the Kansas City Current at the first stadium purpose-bult for women's soccer at CPKC Stadium on March 16, 2024 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji

Two season-long unbeaten streaks remain unbroken in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), with the 13th match weekend fast approaching.

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League leaders Kansas City and Orlando will attempt to keep the good vibes going this weekend, as the Current host Chicago and the Pride travel to North Carolina.

While Kansas City and Orlando have been the gold standard this year, they’re still several wins away from tying Washington’s record for the longest unbeaten streak in a single NWSL season.

The Spirit rattled off 20 results without a loss in 2021, en route to the club’s first NWSL championship.

That tally might be difficult to replicate, especially as Kansas City and Orlando are set to face off for the first time this season on July 6th.

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In a mid-table matchup, Gotham and Louisville square off with both teams carrying significant momentum.

Louisville is unbeaten in three games, as they look to finally leapfrog Chicago and claim sixth place in the league standings.

Gotham has already surged to fifth place, building on a seven-game unbeaten run.


This weekend's Cascadia Clash should also draw attention, as fourth-place Portland attempts to keep Seattle at bay on Sunday.

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The Reign could use a win against their long-time rivals, as a difficult start has 13th-place Seattle registering only two wins amid nine losses so far this season.

Portland will be without Golden Boot contender Sophia Smith, as the decorated forward was shown a red card last weekend for time-wasting on the bench.

2024 expansion teams Bay FC and Utah meet for the first time this weekend, as both look to rise from the bottom half of the standings.

Washington will ride their four-game winning streak into Saturday's game against a San Diego side that's earned two hard-fought draws in recent weeks.

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