The inaugural match at D.C. United’s new stadium was marred by a falling railing that hit a reporter shortly before the broadcast was to begin.
Paul Arriola scored two goals on Saturday night and D.C. United celebrated the opening of Audi Field with a 3-1 win over the Vancouver Whitecaps.
“The team is discriminating against two of the three supporter clubs by refusing to sell us tickets to the stadium,” Jay Igiel with La Barra Brava said.
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Metro has no significant track work scheduled this weekend, as All-Star festivities gear up at Nats Park and as D.C. United plays blocks away at its new home. Baseball fans can look forward to extended service hours Monday and Tuesday nights.
The shift to Audi Field was always going to bring change from RFK Stadium, but some fans are worried about stadium design, tailgate and ticketing issues heading into Saturday’s opening game.
A prolonged battle between D.C. United’s front office and two of its supporters’ groups means some of the loudest fans will be yelling outside, rather than inside Audi Field when it opens Saturday.
It was all smiles at Audi Field Monday as a project two decades in the works came to fruition.
With construction still underway on Audi Field, D.C. United faces interesting circumstances for its “home” opener.
Fans of D.C. United gathered in front of the construction site of the team’s new soccer stadium, Audi Field, Friday afternoon to commemorate the placement of the final steel beam in the team’s new home at Buzzard Point.
D.C. United announced the date for its first game in its new Buzzard Point home.
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