On Saturday the San Francisco Dogfish play the Vancouver Nighthawks in their last game of the 2014 season. Here’s what you need to know to see all the action firsthand!

San Francisco Dogfish vs. Portland Stags

Saturday, June 21, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. PT
Boxer Stadium | Buy tickets here.

Can’t make it to the game? Watch all the action on MLULive!


Boxer Stadium | 166 Havelock St., San Francisco


Matthew J. Boxer Soccer Stadium is a comfortable, open-air venue in family-friendly Balboa Park, where every seat is a great seat. The main stadium entrance is along a pedestrian path off Havelock Street, and the stadium is only a couple of blocks from the Balboa Park BART station. Free street parking can be found on Havelock Street and San Jose Avenue. Please observe all posted signs.

* Food
* Beer  – Lagunitas Brewing Company  is donating beer, and profits from beer sales will be donated to Cancer in the Family Relief Fund. 

Free and…Easy?

Not quite. Experience the artistry of world-class disc freestyle experts Skippy Jammer and Arthur Coddington during halftime:

Skippy Jammer, of Santa Cruz, is one of the original Freestyle champions. He’s won 14 major titles between 1981 and 1994 and he hosted the 2013 Freestyle World Championships at UC Santa Cruz, where he is the Competitive Sports Supervisor. Among his duties is supervising UCSC Slug Ultimate.
Arthur Coddington, of San Leandro, is the current Three Way and Pairs World Champion. He’s won 15 Freestyle world titles and 19 major titles including 13 open and 6 open pairs titles–more than any other player! Arthur has also won five consecutive Three Way world titles and is the  Freestyle Players Association Player of the Year for 2014.

Spend Time with the Team! | Glen Park Station | 2816 Diamond St., San Francisco

Glen Park Station is the official Dogfish bar for post-game cheer. If you’re a fan who is 21 years and older, stop by after the game for meet-and-greets with players and staff and enjoy $4 well drinks and beers.

Players to Watch

Evan Brydon – Consistently in the top for defensive plays in 2014, Brydon is currently number four in the MLU with 13 blocks.
Matt Kissman – A bit of an under-the-radar player, Kissman has been a consistent go-to on offense. He’s in the team’s top five on points (16) and throws (156) and is second in goals (11).
Mac Taylor – Despite missing some games this season, Taylor is fifth on the team in overall points (15), third on assists (11) and has an 84% completion rate.

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