The Washington Nationals are excited to begin our World Series championship defense when the 2020 60-game schedule starts on Thursday, July 23. Since the full impact of the coronavirus pandemic is still unknown, playing games in an empty ballpark is currently the best course of action to ensure the continued health and safety of our players, staff, employees, fans and community. As such, tickets for 2020 games at Nationals Park are not on sale, at least at this time.
We will continue to monitor ongoing events and evaluate best practices and precautions as recommended by public health experts. We will make an announcement when policy changes allow fans to attend games at Nationals Park once again.
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Help those in need by bringing non-perishable food items to Nationals Park on Saturday, July 27 and Sunday, July 28. Volunteers will be stationed outside the Center Field Gate collecting non-perishable items, and fans who donate 4 or more items at the ballpark will receive two tickets to one of two future games (August 13 or September 1) while supplies last. For those who can't make it to the park, Harris Teeter will also be accepting in-store collections.
- Donations benefit the Capital Area Food Bank
- Bring 4 or more non-perishable food items to the ballpark and receive two tickets to a future game (while supplies last; other restrictions apply)
- In-park collection until the end of the second inning.
- Also donate at your local Harris Teeter
- First 500 fans (each day) who bring 4 or more Harris Teeter Brand canned goods will receive $5 Nats Bucks!
Tickets redeemed via this offer shall not be re-sold.
Washington Nationals Bag Policy
Please note: Backpacks may not be brought into Nationals Park except as otherwise provided in the Nationals Bag Policy. For a complete list of permitted bags and details about the Binbox storage option please click the Read More button below.