FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

COVID-19 HEALTH AND SAFETY

DC SCORES and Audi Field are committed to providing a safe and memorable experience for supporters who attend One Night One Goal.


Any individual experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, including a fever or chills, sore throat, or a cough, must not attend the event.


This is primarily an indoor event. While there will be outdoor lounge options, the majority of One Night One Goal will be inside of the EagleBank Club of Audi Field. Masks are optional but encouraged. Hand sanitizing stations are available throughout Audi Field.


We encourage all our supporters to follow the recommendations provided by the CDC and DC Health in relation to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. DC SCORES will continue to monitor ongoing public health conditions and rely on up-to-date and accurate scientific information as we prepare for this event.


Questions?

If you have additional questions or concerns related to COVID-19, please contact Tony Francavilla at afrancavilla@dcscores.org.

ATTIRE

Guests are encouraged to dress in cocktail attire for One Night One Goal.

TICKETING

Audi Field is a Mobile Only Venue. You can only gain entry to the venue via your mobile device. For information on how to manage your ticket inventory, please click here.

TRANSPORTATION

Audi Field is located at 100 Potomac Avenue SW, Washington D.C. 20024, and is accessible via Metro, bike, car, and ride-share.

Parking

Valet parking is available outside of Gate A on First Street SW. You may also consider parking at the Anacostia Metrorail Station and either walking over the South Capitol Street Bridge or taking the Metro one stop to the Navy Yard-Ballpark Station.

Driving

  • From Virginia: We recommend using I-295/South Capitol Street Bridge instead of I-395/14th Street Bridge to get to the stadium.


  • From 14th Street Bridge: Use the Maine Avenue exit for parking west of South Capitol Street or the 6th Street SE/Nationals Park exit for parking east of South Capitol Street.


  • From Downtown: Good potential driving routes include traveling via 4th Street SW, 4th Street SE, or New Jersey Avenue, all of which cross I-395/I-695.


  • From Maryland: Good potential driving routes include using the 11th Street Bridges and South Capitol Street Bridge.

Metrorail

Audi Field can be accessed via the Navy Yard Metrorail station on the Green Line. If you choose to use the Waterfront station, we ask that any arriving attendees are mindful of noise when walking on residential streets.

BAG POLICY

We strongly encourage guests not to bring bags to the stadium. If you must bring a bag to the stadium, the following policies apply:


  • No bags larger than 14” by 14” by 6” will be allowed into Audi Field.


  • No backpacks will be allowed (“cinch bags” that fit the size restriction will be allowed).


  • Other bag types that will NOT be allowed at Audi Field include coolers, luggage, large purses, or other similar bags that exceed the size restriction.


Please see D.C. United’s bag policy page for a comprehensive list of items not permitted into Audi Field.