Jr. Nationals Kids Club

Harris Teeter

Fans can join the Jr. Nationals Kids Club in person at the Jr. Nationals Kiosk on Saturday & Sunday home games starting April 23 & 24.

Jr. Nats

Join the official kids club of the Washington Nationals! The Jr. Nationals Kids Club presented by Harris Teeter is designed specifically for our youngest and most energetic fans. Two membership options are available to provide kids age 4-12 an opportunity to enjoy member-only offers and exclusive experiences all season long. Show your Nationals pride and join the club today!

Follow these simple steps to join the Jr. Nats Kids Club:

  1. Click on the Access Jr. Nats Kids Club Portal button.
  2. Sign into the Access Portal using your MLB Account credentials. If you do not have an account you can create one.
  3. Click on the Jr. Nats tab in the menu and add your Jr. Nats.

The Jr. Nats Kids Club has gone digital! Features include a scannable membership barcode associated with your account, a membership portal, digital games, points and prizes. The best way to access the all new Jr. Nats Kids Club portal is through the MLB Ballpark App.

For any additional questions regarding the Jr. Nationals Kids Club, please contact [email protected].

Jr. Nationals Kids Club membership is limited to children age 4-12. To be eligible for any giveaway or experience associated with the Jr. Nationals Kids Club, a membership must be purchased online from the link on this webpage. This promotion is subject to change without notice. Tickets purchased via this offer shall not be re-sold. All sales are final. There are no refunds, exchanges or cancellations.

The Nationals reserve the right to change any and all 2022 access, benefits, promotions, seating locations and events (including, without limitation, location, dates and times) without notice based upon: 1) federal, city, state and/or local government orders, mandates or restrictions; 2) the guidance or recommendations of a recognized health agency (i.e. Centers for Disease Control or the World Health Organization); 3) the ongoing developments of the COVID-19 pandemic; and 4) any other reason as determined by the Nationals and/or Major League Baseball in their sole discretions.