Orlando Pride

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The Need to Know:
Date & Time: Sunday, May 19, 2024, 6 p.m. ET
Venue: Lumen Field, Seattle, Wash.
Competition: NWSL Regular Season

Where to Watch/Listen:
Broadcast: NWSL+ (National), Golazo Network (National), Paramount+ (National), Bally Sports Sun (Local)

The Story:

  • The Pride are currently riding a six-game winning streak, the longest winning streak in Club history. A win over the Reign will tie the longest winning streak in NWSL history.
  • The Pride will look to continue their hot streak and turnaround their troubles in Seattle. In eight previous matchups on the road against Seattle, Orlando is winless, posting a 0-5-3 record.
  • Orlando remains one of two unbeaten teams in the NWSL. They’re currently tied at the top of the table with the Kansas City Current with an identical 6-0-3 record.

Quote of the Week:
"We obviously looked back at their [Seattle Reign FC] last performance against Portland. I don't think the scoreline reflected their performance. I thought they put up a good fight against Portland. The penalty probably changed the outcome of the game. They're a good team, they have got an experienced coach there that's won a lot in this league. So, we have to be mindful of Seattle in what they can create. It’s going to be a challenging game for us because our record’s not great away at Seattle. Thats something we want to improve and continue this momentum we’ve shown early on in the season.”
- Head Coach Seb Hines

Current Form
Pride’s Last Matchup: Orlando 1, Bay FC 0 (05/11/24, INTER&Co Stadium)
Goal-Scorers: Adriana

Seattle’s Last Matchup: Seattle Reign FC 0, Portland Thorns FC 4 (05/11/24, Providence Park)
Goal-Scorers: Olivia Moultrie, Sophia Smith, Hina Sugita, Payton Linnehan

Against the Opposition:
Series Record: 2-7-7 (Home: 2-2-4, Away: 0-5-3)
Last Matchup: Orlando Pride 0, Seattle Reign FC 1 (3/9/23, Lumen Field)

Next Up: Orlando Pride vs. Portland Thorns
Date & Time: Friday, May 24, 7 p.m. ET
Venue: INTER&Co Stadium, Orlando, Fla.
Broadcast: NWSL+, Bally Sports Sun (Local)
Competition: NWSL Regular Season