D.C. United Announce Partnership with Harris Teeter 


WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 1, 2024) - D.C. United have today announced that the club and Harris Teeter have agreed to a multi-year partnership deal.

“The club is thrilled to add Harris Teeter to the Black-and-Red family and to our diverse and robust portfolio of corporate partners,” Jeffrey Ajluni, D.C. United Senior Vice President of Corporate Partnerships and Activation, said. “D.C. United is proud to align with an established and premiere brand that is highly respected by all our fans.”

Harris Teeter operates more than 250 grocery stores and 75 fuel centers in seven states and the District of Columbia and employs over 35,000 associates across its network. Their new Harris Teeter Delivery service was launched recently serving the NOVA/DC/MD markets with orders delivered by Harris Teeter associates in climate-controlled trucks to ensure the freshness and quality customers deserve.

Harris Teeter will receive prominent branding throughout Audi Field, the club’s downtown Washington, D.C. stadium, premium client appreciation benefits at D.C. United home matches, a season long consumer sweepstakes, and exposure and inclusion across the club’s social and digital media channels.

About D.C. United

One of the founding clubs of Major League Soccer in 1996, D.C. United are among the most decorated teams in the United States with 13 domestic and international trophies.

D.C. United have called the District home for the last 28 seasons and play their home games at Audi Field in the Buzzard Point neighborhood of Southwest, Washington, D.C, which opened in 2018. In addition to D.C. United games, the 20,000-seat soccer-specific stadium hosts over 100 events year-round and is home to America’s number one sportsbook through a partnership with FanDuel Group.

The Black-and-Red train at the Inova Performance Complex, a state-of-the-art training facility and performance center located in Leesburg, Va. The 40,000 square foot 30-acre training facility, that opened in 2021, features four outdoor practice fields, and a training center equipped with a weight room and recovery facilities.

The Black-and-Red have won the MLS Cup four times (1996, 1997, 1999 and 2004), the Supporters’ Shield four times (1997, 1999, 2006 and 2007) and the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup three times (1996, 2008 and 2013). For more information and club updates, please visit and find us on social media @dcunited.