Venue: Carlini Field, Catholic University
The DC Breeze play their home games at Carlini Field at Catholic University of America.
- The cost to park in the Carlini Field parking lot is $10 per vehicle.
- Gates open to the general public 30 minutes prior to game time.
- Fans 12 & under admitted free to all Breeze home games (general admission entry).
- No refunds or exchanges on tickets.
- All DC Breeze tickets are digital tickets; QR codes will be scanned at main gate for entry.
- During the regular season, General Admission tickets can be purchased at the gate on game days for $20 ($15 in advance). General Admission tickets for the playoff game 7/29/23 can be purchased at the gate on game day for $25 ($20 in advance).
- ALL PREMIUM RESERVED SEATING IS ASSIGNED SEATING. Please only sit in your assigned seat or a General Admission section of the stadium.
- Cashless options are preferred for all transactions. Beginning in 2023, cash will not be accepted for merchandise purchases.
- Mobile concessions ordering and menu are available in DC Breeze Mobile App. Mobile orders can be picked up at the designated and clearly marked Mobile Order Pickup location.
- The exclusive concessions line for Elite Club and VIP Club members will be clearly marked.
- Games are rain or shine.
- Event dates/times subject to change.
- No outside food or drinks.
- Dogs are allowed in the stadium but are not allowed in the bleacher area.
Carlini Field is located on Bates Rd NE, Washington, DC at the north edge of the CUA campus. The field is an easy 0.3 mile walk from the Fort Totten Metro Station via the recently-constructed Metropolitan Branch Trail and a 0.9 mile walk from Brookland-CUA Metro station (Red Line). See Access and Parking map below. Note that both of these lots have limited spaces, with overflow street parking on John McCormack Rd south of the Taylor Street Bridge.
NOTE: Plan to come on the early side if you're driving and prefer to pay to park in the lot next to the stadium, as spaces are limited. Gates open 30 minutes before the game. Also, there may be a line of cars on the right side of John McCormack Rd as you head north toward Bates -- this is a line for the Fort Trotten Transfer Station, and you can drive around the line on the left to make the turn onto Bates.
Access and Parking Map