D.C. United today announced that tickets for the 2013 home opener against Real Salt Lake will be on sale beginning Saturday, January 19th. Individual matchday tickets will range from $26 to $55, with facility fees included in the cost.
Single-game tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster.com or by calling 202-587-5000.
Single-Game Ticket Prices
Following last week’s announcement of the 2013 Major League Soccer schedule, D.C. United announced its ticketing timeline for opening night against Real Salt Lake on Saturday, March 9 at 7:00 p.m. as well as a special “Home Opener Package.”
D.C. United today announced its 2013 Major League Soccer regular-season schedule. Winner of 12 major domestic and international titles, United begins its 18th regular season campaign on Saturday, March 2 on the road in a repeat of the 2012 Eastern Conference Finals against the Houston Dynamo. The Black-and-Red will then host Real Salt Lake the following weekend for its home opener on Saturday, March 9. The club will play a 34-game schedule with an even split of 17 home matches and 17 road matches. Twenty-five of these contests will be against Eastern Conference foes.
D.C. United today announced that Andy Najar is now on loan with R.S.C. Anderlecht for the month of January, and will be available for selection during the timeframe. The Honduran international previously trained with the Belgian side during the month of December 2012.
“This is another very good opportunity for Andy to gain valuable experience with a top European club,” said D.C. United General Manager Dave Kasper. “We look forward to his return for the second half of our pre-season.”
D.C. United and Freestate Soccer Alliance – in conjunction with adidas – today announced a historic affiliate agreement, the first of its kind for both clubs. Under the agreement, Freestate will be one of D.C. United’s primary sources in identifying and developing the top youth talent in Maryland. United will share its coaching resources and will work with Freestate to follow its training curriculum and system of play. Top players in the Freestate system, identified by both D.C.