D.C. United announced today the sale of individual game tickets to all 2012 Major League Soccer matches are now on sale. Tickets to any of the club’s matches will be available via dcunited.com/tickets, by calling (202) 432-SEAT or by visiting any TicketMaster outlet. Tickets are priced at $52 for Mezzanine seats, $42 for Midfield, $32 for Sideline and $23 for Endline.
Season ticket plans remain on sale, including opportunities in all seating sections. Premium seating – either club section, private or semi-private boxes, or field level – includes services such as food and beverage, complimentary parking and VIP access. Mezzanine seating options remain priced at $900, while Midfield ($680), Sideline ($480) and Endline seats ($360) are also unchanged from 2011. Youth discounted pricing remains an option in these areas.
10-Match Select, a new ten-game ticket package offering flexibility never before available, also remains on sale. This plan offers fans the chance to pick any 10 MLS games, save money off of match-day pricing and enjoy the added benefits of being a United plan holder. Pricing for the plan begins at $220 for Endline seating with additional price points available at $300 (Sideline), $400 (Midfield) and $500 (Mezzanine). Youth pricing options are also available. The First Kick Pack, featuring four tickets to the home opener and autographed mini-ball signed by 2011 MLS MVP Dwayne DeRosario, is also available for as low as $118. More information on any D.C. United ticket plan or group ticket opportunities, visit dcunited.com/tickets or call 202-587-5000.
United’s home schedule features compelling match-ups throughout the year, beginning with First Kick Weekend against Sporting Kansas City on March 10 (7:30 p.m. ET). Visits from Western Conference sides Seattle Sounders FC and FC Dallas highlight the end of March and early April, while United hosts expansion club Montreal Impact for the first time on Wednesday, April 18 at 7:30 p.m. ET. The reigning Eastern Conference champion Houston Dynamo visits on April 28, while the club plays host to rivals Philadelphia Union and the New York Red Bulls in August.