Although the game finished as a bore scoreless draw, the game was still noteworthy due to its officials.

On Saturday evening, Vancouver Whitecaps welcomed Colorado Rapids as the two struggling sides were both eager to pick up some much needed points.

Unfortunately, the game finished as a rather boring scoreless draw, but it still made major waves - and not because of anything really the players did.

Rather, for the first time in MLS history, fans had the chance to see a game that was officiated by an all-female team. This is the first time in nearly three decades (28 to be exact) that a MLS game has had women fill all roles when it comes to officiating, with Tori Penso, Brooke Mayo, and Felisha Mariscal tasked with keeping everything running smoothly:

The game was mostly without any major incidents, save for late in the second half when Penso gave the Rapids a penalty, but Diego Rubio's effort from the spot was saved by Whitecaps shot-stopper Yohei Takaoka to keep the score-lines level at 0-0.

All in all, it is safe to say that there are quite a few fans who will hope that someday having an all-female officiating team becomes something that's par for the course rather than noteworthy, where seeing female refs for a men's game will be no different than having them in charge of a women's match.