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May, 2023

Nationals Team Up Day

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is eligible?
1. Only kids that have finished the 2023 spring season as a member of our league are eligible.
2. Official 2023 spring season team coaches

How many tickets are given to each Nationals Team UP player?
Two free tickets per player and two free tickets per coach.

What do I have to do to get my free Nationals Team UP tickets?
Players MUST wear their Nationals-provided jersey or T-shirt to the ballpark in order to receive their tickets. Kids that show up without their Nationals-issued uniform top will not receive tickets – no exceptions. Coaches MUST wear their Nationals-issued coaches’ cap. Without the cap, tickets will not be given – no exceptions.

How do I get my tickets? Where and when do I go to get my tickets?
* Tickets are only available for pick up on the day of the game, Sunday, June 4.
* Tickets are available beginning at 10:30 a.m. until the middle of the third inning.
* The ticket distribution is next to the Home Plate Gate Entrance located on the corner of South Capitol St. SE and Potomac Avenue SE.

Can I get my tickets in advance or have them held for me?
No, the tickets are only available beginning at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, June 4.

Can teams sit together? Can we reserve tickets for sitting together as a team?
Advance reservations or held tickets are not available. Youth players may have an opportunity to secure tickets together as a team if they arrive together or meet up at the ballpark and get in line together.

Where are the seating locations of the free tickets?
The tickets will be located throughout the ballpark in various levels and sections. The exact location of the tickets is not known in advance. All tickets and seating locations are provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

Can I get extra tickets for family members?
No more than two free tickets are given to any single youth player and no more than two free tickets are given to any single coach. There are ticket windows located at the ticket distribution point, where additional tickets may be purchased. The Nationals will make every effort to seat a family’s complimentary tickets and the purchased together.

Other Ballpark Information
· Gates will open at 12:00 pm for the 1:35 pm game.
· Nationals Park is cashless except for the Nationals Philanthropies 50/50 Raffle. E-cash, credit/debit cards and contactless payment methods are accepted.
· Single-serving food items are allowed in Nationals Park, as long as they are contained in one of the approved bags under the Nationals current bag policy, or carried in your hands so the food items can be safely screened by security. Metal, plastic or glass containers of any kind (except for clear, factory-sealed or empty plastic water bottles no larger than one liter, juice boxes, insulin containers, and baby food) are prohibited. Only one water bottle per person is permitted.

Bag Policy
· Due to MLB mandate, all guests must pass through a form of metal detection to enter the ballpark
· Allowed –
o Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC and do not exceed 16” by 16” by 8” (e.g., clear tote bags, one-gallon plastic freezer bag, etc.)
o Small non-clear clutch bags measuring 5” by 7” by ¾” or smaller, with or without a handle or strap can be brought into the ballpark with one of the clear plastic bag options described above.
o Fans with diaper or medical bags may use ADA/Family lanes at the Center Field and Home Plate gates
· Not allowed –
o Any clear or non-clear bag larger than 16” by 16” by 8”.
o Any non-clear bag larger than 5” by 7” by ¾
o Backpacks (including, without limitation, clear backpacks)
o Soft-sided coolers, hard coolers, or ice chests
o Computer bags, camera bags, luggage
· Binbox is available (cost) for fans whose bags do not comply with ballpark regulations.

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