AU Eagles: their men's soccer claims NCAA's longest game.
Catholic Cardinals: proud of their 1936 Orange Bowl win.
Gallaudet Bison: students here invented the huddle.
Georgetown Hoyas: DC's best college basketball.
GW Colonials: "here to show the way!"
Howard Bisons: home to Howard's women's bowling team.
Trinity Athletics: offers seven Division III teams.
DC Armory and RFK Stadium
The DC Sports Commission runs the DC Armory and RFK Stadium events. RFK stadium is home to DC United (MLS) and Washington Freedom (WUSA). The D.C. Armory has played host to conventions, circuses, inaugural balls, horse, home, car, and food shows. Check out the DCSC website for a calendar of upcoming events.
The DC Divas are DC's team in the rapidly growing National Women's Football Association. They play teams from all over the country on their field of Eastern High School (1700 East Capitol Street, NE). Diva women don't only play football, they also have all sorts of professions all over the city. They come together for the love of women's tackle football, and so should you!
DC Explosion is the District's North American Football League team. Their season lasts from June through September, and they play other NAFL minor league teams (primarily Virginia). DC Explosion also plays occasional games against other semi-pro leagues, including the Millenium Football League.
The DC Legends are DC's Street Basketball Association team. The Legends battle teams from cities up and down the east coast (including the South Carolina Soul and New Jersey Nastiness). SBA games offer great basketball with a hip-hop soundtrack provided by DJs at every game. Support your local team and the league, which was founded by DC area native Jerrod Mustaf.
Home to the Wizards, Mystics, Capitols, and Hoyas.
DC's first major league baseball team in decades. The stadium details are still unclear, but for now, the city is host to this professional team.