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Fans can purchase popular ticket packages such as bottomless BBQ, ticket + drink, or military/first responders BOGO to Saturday’s match.
Washington, D.C. (06/27/2023) – The Washington Spirit and its fans will pay tribute to its World Cup players this Saturday, July 1st at 7:00 p.m. EDT in the team’s first “United Spirits” match against the Orlando Pride. The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup kicks off on July 20th. Six Spirit players will make the trip to Australia and New Zealand for the World Cup representing three different countries – four from the United States (Aubrey Kingsbury, Trinity Rodman, Ashley Sanchez, and Andi Sullivan), one from Panama (Riley Tanner), and one from Ireland (Marissa Sheva).
Fans will notice flags from the United States, Panama, and Ireland will be displayed prominently on the flagpole at Audi Field. Upon exiting the match, fans will be given a poster that features the team’s World Cup players.
Back by popular demand, the $99 bottomless BBQ and club level seating ticket package includes a premium BBQ-inspired buffet as well as bottomless beer, wine, and fountain drinks. This bottomless BBQ deal gives fans access to the air-conditioned EagleBank Club and preferred seating options. Additionally, throughout the remainder of the season, the Spirit are continuing to support troops and first responders, offering BOGO tickets via this GovX link.
Entertainment on the concourse is highlighted by DJ Kidd Fresh and global soccer freestylers Imelda Gomez and Kaelen Hernandez who will each perform from 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. EDT at the Spirit Stage.
On field before kickoff, Caleb Green, a decorated vocalist and Army veteran, will be singing the National Anthem. The anthem will also feature sign language interpretation. Finally, the Spirit will honor Ed Foster-Simeon, the President and CEO of the U.S. Soccer Foundation as the team’s honorary captain.
Fans who purchase tickets with access to the EagleBank Club will be met with a number of exciting amenities, including a performance from the Tommy Stanley Trio. There will also be ice cream carts, a friendship bracelet station, and a photo opportunity.
Tickets Still Available
Tickets start at just $15 for Saturday’s match against Orlando Pride, including a $15 ticket + a drink ticket option. 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. This membership is available until June 30! 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, a kick zone, a chalkboard mural and more, will be expanded for this match.
Introduced this season for the first time at Audi Field, the Washington Spirit, in partnership with D.C. United, introduced a Mamava nursing pod this season 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 South Capitol Street SE, Washington, D.C, 20003. The garage will open at 5:00 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.