The Rumble look to avenge their opening day loss against the Boston Whitecaps tonight. Are you ready to watch them do it?

Week 4: Boston Whitecaps (2-1) at New York Rumble (1-2) 

When: May 3rd, 2014 at 7 p.m. EST
Where: The Eagles Nest | Union City High School, Union City, NJ

On the roof of Union City High School in Union City, New Jersey sits the Eagle’s Nest, a state of the art facility that can hold 2,500 screaming Rumble fans. Boasting views of the Manhattan skyline, it is the first stadium of its kind in New Jersey.

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For fans driving to the stadium, parking is FREE in the parking garage at the corner of 23rd St. and Kerrigan Ave., located one block from the stadium.

*The Rumble will provide a FREE Fan Bus, which will  be leaving from 37th and 9th Ave and going directly to the stadium one hour before the start of the game. Look for a yellow school bus; the driver’s name is Buzzy. There will be a Rumble Staff member onboard, who will also tweet when the bus is on it’s way back for a second pick-up.

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PONY Bar | Corner of 45th St and 10th Ave, NYC

Rumble players and staff will head to the PONY Bar in New York City after the game and encourage all fans to attend.  Known as one of the premier craft beer bars in New York City, the PONY Bar is the perfect place to grab a pint after seeing a Rumble win.


This week’s game will be live streamed. Watch it HERE! And follow @NYRumble on Twitter for live updates during the game.

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Players to Watch

Chris Mazur: Mazur is still looking to regain his 2013 MVP form, but he’s a competitor so you know he will be looking to have a big game today after having 7 turnovers in Week 1’s matchup.  Even if he isn’t lighting up the stat sheet, Mazur has been showing up when it counts, with clutch goals and assists through the first three weeks.

Quinn Hunziker: Hunziker made a name for himself Week 1 with his monster layout D on Boston star Jeff Graham.  You can bet that play is still fresh in the minds of Boston players.  But the question now is, will Malecek look to test Hunziker or be more hesitant to throw in his direction?

Isaac Saul: Saul is currently 1st on the Rumble and 3rd in the Eastern Conference with 8 assists.  With the absence of Michael Hennessy and Kevin Riley this week, the Rumble will lean on Saul to help run the offense and put up points against Boston.

Ben Faust: Known primarily for his offense, Faust currently leads the Rumble in defensive plays and is second in the Eastern Conference with 4.  Not only will the Rumble rely on Faust to go up in the air and come down with some goals, but the Whitecaps will have to think about throwing in his direction when New York is on defense.

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2 Responses

  1. lvlln

    Right now it says “Week 4: Boston Whitecaps (2-1) at New York Rumble (1-1)” at the top. Aren’t the Rumble 1-2? Lost to Whitecaps week 1, then traded wins with Philly.


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