Soccer in Washington, D. C.


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  • Run or Dye
    Four-time winner of the MLS Cup, D.C. United competes in the MLS's Eastern Conference, led by forward Charlie Davies, who ranks among the league's top goal scorers, and new head coach Ben Olsen, a former all-star for United. With this deal, you can witness 2010 MLS Rookie of the Year, Andy Najar, face off against the Seattle Sounders FC, or catch the half-man, half-wildebeest Shalrie Joseph and the New England Revolution. This deal gets you premium-level seating on RFK Stadium's lower level, allowing for clear sightlines to spot every fingertip save from the goalkeeper, diving headers from the forwards, and origami swans made out of red cards by the referees.
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    2400 E Capitol St. SE
    Washington, DC US
  • Raider's Edge
    Spanning 18,000 square feet of turf-covered courts and batting cages, Raider's Edge hones bat-swinging skills with practice areas and instruction for individuals and groups. Baseball- and softball-pitching machines spit endless volleys of spheres, their speeds adjustable to accommodate both little leaguers and six-armed spider-men. The two spacious turf courts can also accommodate practice for soccer, lacrosse, and field hockey, and dual pitching lanes allow pitchers to perfect their craft side by side. Weekly exercise and softball practice programs focus on skills such as hitting, fielding, and pitching, and young players put their skills into practice as part of Raider’s Edge’s Red Raider softball teams.
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    8345 Beechcraft Ave.
    Gaithersburg, Maryland US
  • United Social Sports
    United Social Sports brings people together to socialize and showcase their hand-eye coordination through social sport leagues and events. Free agents or team-sized groups register for the organization?s casual coed leagues dedicated to traditional sports such as softball and volleyball as well as carnival games such as cornhole and skee-ball. Each league hosts 6?8 weekly matches, which culminate in a final tournament and an end-of-season party?much like youth-sports leagues, but with postgame drink specials.
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    2471 18th Street Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • Sport & Social LLC
    Beyond providing an opportunity for friendly competition and social interaction throughout the Denver area, the organizers of Denver Bocce League only have one mission: help players have fun. During each season, teams of up to 12 players compete in lighthearted bouts of the classic Italian game, which unlike other sports, requires little to no experience, physical exertion, or physics PhDs to master. After each game, teams can head to local bars for exclusive drink specials, and a variety of prizes await the victor of each season's playoffs.
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    2630 Adams Mill Road Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • Glover Park
    Beyond providing an opportunity for friendly competition and social interaction throughout the Denver area, the organizers of Denver Bocce League only have one mission: help players have fun. During each season, teams of up to 12 players compete in lighthearted bouts of the classic Italian game, which unlike other sports, requires little to no experience, physical exertion, or physics PhDs to master. After each game, teams can head to local bars for exclusive drink specials, and a variety of prizes await the victor of each season's playoffs.
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    37th St. and Whitehaven Pkwy.
    Washington, DC US
  • Arlington Futbol Academy
    Established: 2011 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 2?10 people Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes Handicap Accessible: No Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Group soccer lessons Recommended Age Group: Kids Q&A with James Mundia, Director Of Training When and how did you first develop a passion for your work? One of my first jobs was a youth soccer coach for 4 to 6-year-olds at an indoor soccer facility. I fell in love with coaching and helping kids get better at the game. That continued when I took on older kids, eventually coaching at the high school and college level, where I am now. Soccer is a unique sport in that there are so many different qualities needed to be a successful player, and I am passionate about helping families unlock the codes to achieve that. I'm a first-timer. How do you get me ready for the experience? Kids should come ready to play with soccer gear on, their ball, shin guards, a spare T-shirt, and water or a sports drink. We'll be doing a lot of work, most of it with the ball, so they should be ready to run and work hard. What?s your favorite part of your job? I love meeting new families and helping them get the most out of their soccer experience. The kids are always amazing and I like challenging them to become better players and better people.
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    PO Box 101585
    Arlington, VA US
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