Audi Field is home for the Spirit in downtown Washington, DC. Completed on July 14, 2018, the Buzzard Point venue has a capacity of 20,000 with 1,500 club seats and 31 suites. In addition to Spirit and D.C. United home matches, Audi Field also hosts cultural events, community activities, and concerts. See our Tickets page for how to reserve luxury, group and individual seating at this world-class venue.
Getting to Audi Field
Audi Field is located at 100 Potomac Ave. SW, Washington D.C. 20024 and is accessible via Metro, Bike, Car, and Riverboat. Below is a guide on how to reach Audi Field via any one of these modes of transportation.
Plan your route ahead of time. Try to avoid:
- Driving through the residential neighborhoods near Audi Field. They are narrow and you will not find parking there.
- Driving through the busy intersection of South Capitol Street and M Street.
- From Virginia: Think of using I-295/South Capitol Street Bridge instead of I-395/14th Street Bridge.
- From 14th Street Bridge: Use Maine Avenue exit for parking west of South Capitol Street OR 6th Street SE/Nationals Park exit for parking east of South Capitol Street.
- From Downtown: Explore options like 4th Street SW, 4th Street SE, and New Jersey Avenue that cross I-395/I-695.
- From Maryland: Explore routes using the 11th Street Bridges and South Capitol Street Bridge. There are multiple options.
- Consider parking at the Anacostia Metrorail Station and either: Walk over the South Capitol Street Bridge OR Take the Metro one stop to the Navy Yard-Ballpark Station.
Due to the high volume of traffic in the immediate area around Audi Field on match days, fans arriving via Rideshare will be directed to arrive near Nationals Park before a match. Following a match, fans will need to head back toward Nats Park before hailing a ride on their app.
To get to the Ride-Share Pickup Zone on Potomac Ave, exit via Gate A and head right on Potomac Ave towards Nationals Park.
No pick-ups are allowed on South Capitol Street.