Washington, D.C., (04/25/2022) – The Washington Spirit has announced the club’s plans to commemorate the 2021 team’s historic championship victory at the season opening match against OL Reign on Sunday, May 1.
Immediately following the conclusion of the match, a celebratory banner will be unveiled followed by Mayor Muriel Bowser revealing an official proclamation declaring November 20 as Washington Spirit Day. Washington Spirit majority owner Michele Kang will then have the honor of presenting 2021 team members with their 10-karat, 120-stoned championship rings. Official photographs of the rings can be found here. As a special thank-you to loyal Spirit supporters, three season ticket holders will be selected at random to receive their own championship ring. These winners will be announced during the championship celebration program as well. Rules for this special ring giveaway are available here. A fireworks display at the stadium will wrap up the celebration. In addition, the Spirit are excited to welcome Sirius Company and Batalá DC to help kick off the season.
Game Day Features
- Popular D.C. gogo band Sirius Company will perform at Gate A as fans arrive
- All-female Afro-Brazilian drummers Batalá DC will perform at halftime
Championship Celebration Program
To begin directly following the conclusion of the game
- Celebratory banner reveal
- Championship ring ceremony
- Winners of championship ring giveaway announced
- Proclamation reveal and remarks from Mayor Muriel Bowser
- Celebratory fireworks
The Washington Spirit kick off the 2022 regular season at 5:00 p.m. EST on Sunday, May 1 at Audi Field against Seattle’s OL Reign. Single match tickets are available now and can be purchased here. Fans can also secure the best seats at the best prices for all regular season Spirit home matches through a Full 90 Club season ticket membership. Information on Full 90 Club memberships is available here or by calling 202-536-5999.
About The Washington Spirit
The Washington Spirit is the professional women’s soccer team based at Segra Field in Leesburg, Va and Audi Field in Washington, D.C. Launched in 2012, the Spirit play in the National Women’s Soccer League, the premier women’s soccer competition in North America. For more information about the Spirit, visit www.WashingtonSpirit.com, follow the club on Twitter @WashSpirit and on Facebook at facebook.com/washingtonspirit.