Fundraising GOAAAAAAAAL! Soccer’s Night OUT

The Night OUT series is DC’s sport league’s specific LGBT themed evenings. We have them for the baseball team, the Nationals; the Tennis Team, The Kastles; and the WNBA, the Mystics. Each Night OUT helps to raise money for a good cause. The upcoming soccer Night OUT will raise money for local charity Food & Friends, which provides meals to those living HIV/AIDS.

From The Washington Blade:

On Sept. 15, the Federal Triangles Soccer Club in conjunction with D.C. United will host the third annual United Night OUT at RFK Stadium as the D.C. United take on the New England Revolution at 7:30 p.m.

The event is part of the popular Night OUT Series presented by Team D.C., which aims to promote sports within the LGBT community. The past year has seen events with the Nationals, the Mystics, the Wizards, the Kastles, the Capitals and D.C. United.

Tickets are available at Nellie’s Sports Bar and unitednightout.com for $25 and ticket holders will have access to the Champion’s Club from 6:30 p.m. throughout the game. The Club will also be selling $30 tickets in the raucous supporter section sideline seats. Contact info@unitednightout.com for the $30 tickets.

D.C. United, a pro soccer team based in the District, has generously offered to donate a portion of each ticket to D.C. based non-profit Food & Friends, whose mission is to foster a community caring for men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-challenging illnesses by preparing and delivering specialized meals and groceries in conjunction with nutrition counseling.

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