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KANSAS CITY, Kan. — The Kansas City Current are gearing up to host the largest NWSL crowd in Kansas City history on Friday when they host Angel City FC.

According to the team, the amount of tickets sold for the matchup has already surpassed the previous record of 7,954 on Thursday; that record was set on June 4 when the club hosted the San Diego Wave to a 2-2 draw.

On Friday, FOX4’s Harold Kuntz reported the franchise sold more than 10,000 tickets prior to the first kick and finished the night with an attendance of 10,395.

That game was the second in their unbeaten run after a road victory on Saturday over the North Carolina Courage.

The Current set a goal of bringing 10,000 fans to Children’s Mercy Park to watch the club put their 10-game unbeaten streak on the line as they continue to climb the standings.