Everything DMV Fans Need To Know About Their FloFC D.C. United Subscription

D.C. United and FloFC are partnering for the first broadcast of the year this Sunday when the Black-and-Red clash with New York City FC in Yankee Stadium. We've already brought you a ton of preseason content, and you can expect the same kind of thing throughout the regular season and into the playoffs. In fact, we'll be cranking out even more as the season goes on.

Without further ado, here's what you need to know before this weekend's game on FloFC:

Which games will be on FloFC?

Any game that isn't nationally televised. For example, the Atlanta United game was broadcast on ESPN, so FloFC didn't show the game. You can find the full list of D.C. United games right here on our events page, or here on D.C. United's website; here is another helpful page.

Will I be able to watch full replays of the games?

Yes, we'll have full-game replays — because what's the point without full-game replays on demand? 

But we'll do you one better: highlights and condensed replays will be available for DMV subscribers as well.

What geographical area will watch the games on FloFC?

The greater DMV region, stretching from Richmond, VA, to all of D.C., Maryland, and Delaware. Ask the club if you have a specific geographic question. Here's the map:

What if I'm a part of a supporter's group — how do I activate my subscription?

You should get in touch with the head of your group for information about discounted subscriptions.

What kind of content will FloFC create outside of the game?

Our calendar is chock-full of D.C. United content. Every week we do a D.C. United roundtable touching on the most important topics of the season. We preview and recap games. We give you stuff to read at lunch. We hang out with the players. We're in the locker room. We watch Akeem Ward somehow win these FIFA games. We're the fly on the wall. 

Will FloFC be covering games on social media, too?

Find us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. We're always behind the scenes. Case in point:

And also the celebration after the final whistle:

What else do I get with my subscription?

You're a part of the Flo family now. Head over to any of the other FloSports channels, and you'll be good to go for all their premium content and events. We've got everything from track and wrestling to bowling, basketball, and grappling. It's good to be part of the family.

In addition to the "other" stuff, there's plenty of soccer already available on FloFC and plenty more headed your way in the future. We're stoked to be the broadcast partner for the Concacaf Nations League (note here: FloFC will not be streaming the U.S. group games only) and we hope plenty more is added in the coming months and years.

UPDATE: Certain promotional offers redeemed between April 1, 2019 and April 30, 2019 will only include access to FloFC.

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