United at a Glance
After hosting the 2023 MLS All-Star Game vs. Arsenal FC in July, D.C. United turn the page to August, highlighted by United Night Out when the club welcomes the Philadelphia Union for their only home MLS match of the month on Aug. 26.
Here is a look ahead at the exciting news and events surrounding the club and Audi Field this month.
THURSDAY, AUG. 3 – D.C. UNITED at PHILADELPHIA UNION (8:00 PM)
2023 Leagues Cup – Round of 32
SUNDAY, AUG. 20 – D.C. UNITED WATCH PARTY ON THE WHARF PRESENTED BY HEINEKEN
SATURDAY, AUG. 26 – D.C. UNITED vs. PHILADELPHIA UNION (7:30 PM)
INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY ANNOUNCEMENT – D.C. UNITED vs. MEDEAMA SC – OCT. 14
NEW FIRST TEAM SIGNINGS
Members of the D.C. United front office were recognized this summer for their excellence and dedication in the sports industry:
Danita Johnson, President of Business Operations – Sports Business Journal 40 Under 40
Janine Brunson-Johnson, Senior Director, Events and Entertainment - Washington Business Journal 40 Under 40
THURSDAY, AUG. 24 - MOVIES ON THE PITCH
SUNDAY, AUG. 27 – WASHINGTON SPIRIT vs. PORTLAND THORNS (5:00 PM)
D.C. UNITED DEBUT ENHANCED FAN APP POWERED BY TICKETMASTER IGNITE
SCAN & PAY
MLS ALL-STAR WEEK RECAP
July was a monumental month for D.C. United, as the club was the center of the soccer world when it hosted the 2023 MLS All-Star game vs. Arsenal FC. Head Coach Wayne Rooney, goalkeeper Tyler Miller, and forward Christian Benteke represented the club as part of the MLS All-Star side. In the buildup to the match, D.C. United and Major League Soccer took over the District and provided the community with a week full of activations and events:
D.C. UNITED IN THE COMMUNITY
SATURDAY, AUG. 26 – BACK TO SCHOOL BASH WITH D.C. UNITED FOUNDATION AND SERVE YOUR CITY (10AM-2PM)
D.C. UNITED FOUNDATION
D.C. UNITED 50/50 RAFFLE FOR DC SCORES
WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT WORKSHOPS – HOUSE OF RUTH
D.C. UNITED CLUB SHOP
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 past 27 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, including the District’s premier arts, culinary, and music festival, Unite the District Fest. Audi Field is also home to America’s number one sportsbook through a partnership with FanDuel Group.
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 sign up for our newsletter and find us on social media @dcunited.United at a Glance – August 2023THURSDAY, AUG. 3 – D.C. UNITED at PHILADELPHIA UNION (8:00 PM)NEW FIRST TEAM SIGNINGSEXECUTIVE RECOGNITIOND.C. UNITED IN THE COMMUNITYD.C. UNITED FOUNDATIONABOUT D.C. UNITED