“GOOOAAAALLL!,” is what you’ll be saying when you find your new home at Valo. Well, not quite. But, if that got you excited, then we know you’ll be happy to hear that Valo is only a half mile walk from Audi Field, the new home to the DC United soccer team.
Audi Field opened in July 2018 and has been offering premium fan experiences ever since, and it all begins before you even get in. Before you arrive for your game, you can choose from a variety of options for your game time event. Revel in options with single game tickets, multi-game options, corporate packages, and even all inclusive seats made for those who truly want to get the most bang for their buck. When you arrive, you are first greeted by a fan plaza outside that will lead you through the main gates. Upon entering, you will see that the field was designed to please the fans with multiple seating levels and sweeping views of D.C.
Audi Field is sure to please with its 31 luxury suites, a rooftop patio with expansive views, two VIP club lounges, and a menu curated by famous D.C. chef José Andrés. If you want to get your hands on the most in-demand tickets the field has to offer, you want to be in the Heineken MVP Club. These are field-level seats, adjacent to the bench and include all-inclusive food and beverage.
A more affordable, but just as plentiful all-inclusive option, is the Eagle Bank Club. These seats provide access to Audi Field’s Signature Lounge and a 2,500 square foot balcony with private stadium entry. After the game, you can make your way down to the team store for some merchandise, because if you weren’t already, you are sure to be leaving a fan and wanting to come back for more.
The best part about Audi Field is its convenience to Valo. Game days and events are always fun, but now you can ditch the ride-sharing, traffic and paying for parking. Now, you’re just a hop, skip and jump away from one of the most eventful places in town. When you live at Valo, excitement is both in and around your home. Live here and discover everything that M Street and the D.C. area has to offer. This is just the beginning.