Watching the Washington Kastles in Washington, DC

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The Washington Kastles bring live tennis tournaments to Washington, DC each July and actively work with local charities and community organizations to make tennis accessible to everyone in the greater national capital area. Owned by local entrepreneur Mark Ein, the Washington Kastles are World TeamTennis champions and the only team in league history to go undefeated through the regular season and playoffs.

The Washington Kastles play at the George Washington University's recently renovated Charles E. Smith Center, located in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood of Washington DC. With their new facility, the Kastles offer a wide range of features, including high-definition instant replays visible throughout the arena, animated baseline scoreboards, luxurious hospitality areas, and 700 additional seats. Also, the Kastles Baseline Experience is an exclusive section where fans will sit directly behind the court and on the same level as the playing surface for a view unlike any other in professional tennis. Kastles Baseline Club seats overlook all the action from only 12 feet above the court. Before every home match, the Kastles will close off 22nd Street NW between F and G Streets NW for an outdoor fan festival featuring QuickStart kids tennis courts, fastest-serve contests, music, mascots, and food and drink specials.

Tickets: Available through Season tickets, season boxes and group sales can be purchased by calling 202-4TENNIS (483-6647).

Stadium Location

Washington Kastles Stadium
George Washington University, Charles E. Smith Center
22nd and G Streets NW
Washington, DC

The Smith Center is located three blocks from the Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro station. Paid parking is available.

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