D.C. United announced recently that all east and west sideline seats reserved for season ticket members are now sold out, with less than 10% of full season ticket packages remaining for the 2018 inaugural season at Audi Field in Washington, D.C. Limited full season membership options are still available in the end line and premium seating areas.
“This is an incredibly transformative time for the club and momentum continues to build as our long awaited stadium becomes a reality,” Tom Hunt, President of Business Operations, said. “We are thrilled that our excitement is being matched by our fans and we look forward to connecting with supporters old and new as Audi Field becomes the hub for soccer in the District.”
World famous chef José Andrés, in conjunction with Thinkfood Group and Levy Restaurants, will oversee the food and beverage experience at Audi Field, transforming typical match day concessions into a multi-cultural first-class dining experience. Premium seat members will enjoy all-inclusive dining options curated by Andrés and Levy. Seating in premium areas starts as low as $125 per match.
With less than six months remaining until the inaugural match on July 14, only a few of United’s luxury suites remain for the 2018 season. The club’s full season membership base has also increased by more than 300% since 2015.
Fans can still secure their full season membership by placing a non-refundable $50 deposit per seat or by calling the D.C. United Front Office at 202-587-5000. Group and individual match tickets will go on sale later this spring.