In the nation’s capital, the local’s favorite club is The District. They are one of the oldest members of the America League and have won 10 championships and the most US Open Cups with 9. Even though they are one of the best teams historically, they’ve only been relegated for 3 total seasons, they have chosen not to add stars to their crest as they win championships. Some say they have a holier than thou attitude, but others say because they have a stars and stripes motif, they don't want to add more clutter. The answer most likely lies somewhere in between. They play their matches at The National Stadium which is where The District greats such as Alan Gillian and Pele roamed the pitch. It’s also the home stadium for the US National teams.
The team's logo is a take on the Seal of the United States but modernized and refined. The team's iconic vertical red stripes are in the background. Those stripes are featured on the primary kit which is paired with blue shorts and hooped socks. The change kit is an all-white jersey with red accents (inspired by the city’s flag), red shorts and hooped socks. Both feature local National Geographic as its sponsor
Location: Washington DC / Nickname: The Eagles / Stadium: The National Stadium / Founded: 1888