Three tickets specials – including BOGO tickets for military personnel and bottomless BBQ – highlight the Sunday afternoon game.
Washington, D.C. (05/25/2023) – The Washington Spirit will recognize military personnel and first responders through numerous on-field and concourse activations. Welcoming fans to Audi Field will be a Virginia National Guard Jeep and D.C. Fire vehicle and flag at Gate A and B, respectively.
Located at Spiritville, the D.C. National Guard and D.C. Fire & EMS (DC FEMS) will be tabling. DC FEMS will offer its free “Hands on Hearts” CPR Program to fans. The program has taught thousands of people how to increase a cardiac arrest victim’s chance of survival through hands-only CPR.
On the Spirit Stage, a Center for American Military Music Opportunity (CAMMO) group will perform. CAMMO is an organization that empowers service members, veterans and military-connected families through music, bringing the military community together to share in the love – and healing powers – of music.
Before the game, Master Sergeant Caleb Green III, an accomplished performer and vocalist with the United States Army Band, will perform the National Anthem while Lieutenant Matthew Baird of DC FEMS will serve as the American Sign Language performer. The Color Guard will be represented by the George Mason University ROTC.
Tickets Still Available
Working with GovX, the Washington Spirit will offer military personnel and first responders a BOGO ticket promotion for Sunday’s game, while providing military discounts throughout the remainder of the 2023 season. Use this link to buy tickets.
There will also be a Bottomless BBQ package ($99) that will include one club level ticket with access to EagleBank Club where you may enjoy an all-you-can-eat BBQ buffet as well as bottomless beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages. Use this link to access the deal.
Starting at $25, fans can purchase a ticket loaded with a complimentary coupon for a free beer and BBQ-style slider (vegan/vegetarian options available). Use this link to access the deal.
Other ticket options are still available for Sunday’s match, starting at just $15. As always, the Spirit’s expanded premium seating brings fans pitch side for an unparalleled experience. To never miss a match, fans can secure a season membership. Available here, the season membership grants fans access to priority seating, an exclusive Trinity Rodman bobblehead, invitations to special events throughout the season and more.
On the East Concourse, Spiritville returns with a FIFA Lounge, allowing fans to play as their favorite Spirit players. The kid’s zone, where the youngest fans can safely play on a soft play area or enjoy foosball, face painters, kick zone, a chalkboard mural and more, will be expanded for this match.
For the first time at Audi Field, the Washington Spirit, in partnership with D.C. United, recently introduced a Mamava nursing pod for parents on the East Concourse. The private, sanitary space provides comfortable seating and power outlets for pumping equipment. Keyless entry and vacancy alerts are available by downloading the Mamava app.
New this season, fans are able to communicate with Audi Field officials via text with any questions, concerns or emergencies at the following number: 202-918-3838. All ticketed fans will also receive a post-match survey following each game to allow the club to offer continual improvements on the matchday experience.
Additional parking will be made available for guests at the GEICO Parking Garage on 1500 South Capitol Street SE, Washington, D.C, 20003. The garage will open at 3:00 p.m. and will close approximately one hour after the event. There will be 600 spaces to be utilized on a first come, first serve basis and will cost guests $50. No tailgating will be allowed, and only credit/debit is accepted.
About The Washington Spirit
The Washington Spirit is the professional women’s soccer team based at Audi Field in Washington, D.C. Launched in 2012, the Spirit plays in the National Women’s Soccer League, the premier women’s soccer competition in North America. For more information about the Spirit, visit WashingtonSpirit.com and follow the club on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.