Here's a peek at local lady soccer promo amid the effort to comeback from the pandemic . . .
It's another exciting moment for the NWSL team after its inaugural season. The Current's owners also just announced they plan to create the first purpose-built stadium for an NWSL team at Berkley Riverfront and a $15 million training facility in Riverside.
“We’re on a mission to elevate women’s sports and make a difference in the Kansas City community,” Kansas City Current co-founder and co-owner Angie Long said in a news release. “Participating in this iconic celebration on the Plaza is an honor, and our team cannot wait to celebrate the holiday and the city that we love.”
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by: Makenzie Koch Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Current, Kansas City's newly named NWSL team, will flip the switch for one of the city's oldest holiday traditions this year. The 92nd annual Evergy Plaza Lighting Ceremony returns on Thanksgiving night, Nov.