|Nick DeLeon celebrates game winning goal with teamates.|
Both games will be televised live to a national audience by NBC Sports Network.
D.C. United Season Ticket Holders may access the November 18 match using Special Match 3 tickets in their season ticket books. Tickets for MLS Cup playoff matches played at RFK Stadium remain on sale via dcunited.com/tickets with all United plan holders enjoying priority seating options and discounted pricing by calling D.C. United Customer Service at 202-587-5000.
Individual game tickets are available via dcunited.com/tickets, by calling (202) 432-SEAT or by visiting any TicketMaster outlet. Tickets are priced at $60 for Mezzanine seats, $50 for Midfield, $40 for Sideline and $30 for Endline. Groups of 15 or more may also purchase seats at discounted rates via dcunited.com/tickets or by calling D.C. United Customer Service at 202-587-5000.
This year, D.C. and Houston met three times during the regular season, with the Dynamo winning twice at BBVA Compass Stadium and United securing a 3-2 win at RFK Stadium back in April. The two teams have never met in MLS Cup playoffs.
D.C. United finished the 2012 MLS regular season with a 17-10-7 record (58 points). Ben Olsen’s club entered the post-season on a seven-game unbeaten run, going 5-0-2 (17 points) during that span. United has yet to lose a home game since falling 1-0 to Sporting Kansas City on opening night back on March 10. United closed out the regular season on a 16 game home ubeaten streak – going 12-0-4 en route to the League’s best home points total this year (40).
For more information on all 2013 D.C. United ticket plans, visit dcunited.com/tickets or call 202-587-5000.
D.C. United is the most successful professional soccer organization in the history of the United States. United is four-time MLS Cup Champions (1996, 1997, 1999 and 2004) and winners of the 1996 and 2008 U.S. Open Cup, the 1998 CONCACAF Champions Cup, the 1998 Interamerican Cup and the 1997, 1999, 2006 and 2007 MLS Supporters Shield.