D.C. United has some of the most passionate supporters in the MLS. For years, the Barra Brava, Screaming Eagles, and District Ultras helped make RFK Stadium one of the toughest road venues in Major League Soccer. Nothing has changed since moving to Audi Field. Together, Sections 136 & 137 of the north end zone are for all supporters who want to stand, sing and passionately support the Black-and-Red. All supporters' groups are welcome here and new supporters' groups are encouraged to join. These sections are also open to supporters who are not affiliated with any particular group.
For away supporters visiting Audi Field, please contact Jake Lucas at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.655.2875.
Supporters' Groups FAQs
We want our supporters in the stands for every single match, rain or shine, creating the loudest, most passionate atmosphere in Major League Soccer. Supporters can buy season tickets for sections 136 & 137 through dcunited.com or by calling 202.655.2842.
The Screaming Eagles purchased a block of season tickets that they will sell to the general public as single game tickets. They purchased these tickets at the same price and under the same terms that are available to anyone else who purchases season tickets in this section. More information is available at www.screaming-eagles.com.
We encourage supporters from all groups to meet regularly and consider forming an independent supporters’ council. We always welcome new ideas and positive discussion with all our fans.
D.C. United, DC SCORES and the Screaming Eagles partnership unites a shared passion for enriching the communities in the District through sport. As part of the partnership, the Screaming Eagles and DC SCORES aim to implement a D.C. United Supporter Development Academy prior to the inaugural match at Audi Field in and bring underprivileged youth to United games cost-free. The partnership will extend outside the stadium as well as the Screaming Eagles will deepen their already strong relationship with DC SCORES, the official charitable partner of D.C. United. Together, the three organizations will work to serve the youth of Washington, D.C., by kindling a passion for soccer through supporting neighborhood teams that give kids the confidence to succeed on the playing field, in the classroom, and in life.