How to get to Audi Field for the Grand Opening
The DC United franchise has a new home! The Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium has been DC United’s home field since its inception in 1996, but for the first match on July 14th the team will be calling the new Audi Field their home. The Audi Field is a soccer-specific stadium at Buzzard Point just a few blocks from Nationals Park. To make sure transportation is a breeze, goDCgo has put together a Get Around Guide and different options for you to travel sustainably to the field.
Navy Yard Metro Station (0.6 miles away)
Waterfront Metro Station (0.9 miles away)
Nay Yard Metro Station and Waterfront Metro are both on the Green Line and the closest Metro stops.
DC Circulator: Beginning Wed, July 25th, DC Circulator will provide special service during games and special events at Audi Field. Both directions of the Eastern Market – L’Enfant Plaza route will serve the stadium via two stops. Game day service will begin two hours before game kick-off and end three hours after kick-off. During this special service, DC Circulator will not serve the M Street and Half Street SE stops in the eastbound direction. See map below for route information.
Special service will be provided on:
- July 25 and 28
- August 12, 15, 19, and 29
- September 2, 12, 16, and 29
- October 7, 13, 17, and 21
Route 74 has stops along P street which is a short walk to the stadium. See the map below for more information on this route.
A brand-new Capital Bikeshare station was just installed at Potomac Ave SW & Half St SW. Corral service will be available at this station from 6pm until 30 minutes after the game. For more info about Capital Bikeshare, download the CaBi app.
Complimentary Bike Valet is provided by DC United on gamedays and secure bike parking is available at the southwest corner of the stadium.
Dockless Bikeshare and Scooters are a great way to get around the city as well. Check each company’s app (or the transit app) for availability and pricing.
Potomac Riverboat Company offers water taxi options from Alexandria, Georgetown and National Harbor.