The Congressional Baseball Game for Charity

Congressional Baseball Game

Founded in 1909, the Congressional Baseball Game is an annual bipartisan event that fosters an environment where members of the United States Congress can solidify friendships away from the House & Senate floors and on the baseball diamond.

The Congressional Baseball Game’s increasing popularity in recent years contributed to the foundation of Congressional Sports for Charity in 2016. The organization provides support to charities serving vulnerable children and families in the Washington, DC area, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, the Washington Literacy Center and Washington Nationals Philanthropies, along with the United States Capitol Police Memorial Fund in gratitude to the brave officers who responded to the tragic shooting on June 14, 2017.

The game has grown into one of Washington’s most anticipated annual social events. Hill staffers, lobbyists, consultants, baseball fans and friends are encouraged to join us at Nationals Park on Wednesday, June 12, for the 91st Annual Congressional Baseball Game!

Congressional Baseball Game Tickets

All tickets and will be available in the MLB Ballpark app. Please download the app to access your tickets.

For group tickets larger than 20, please email [email protected].

Any bag larger than a 5” by 7” by ¾” clutch must be clear plastic, vinyl or PVC. Click here to view the Washington Nationals Bag Policy.

Limited time offer. Some restrictions apply. Maximum of twenty (20) tickets per order. All seating is subject to availability, while supplies last. Tickets must be purchased online using the links on this page. Not available at the Nationals Park box office or by phone. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Ticket brokers are not eligible for this offer. The Washington Nationals may expand the use of netting. All sales are final. There are no refunds, exchanges or cancellations.

The Nationals reserve the right to change any and all 2024 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) any other reason as determined by the Nationals and/or Major League Baseball in their sole discretions.