Washington, D.C.

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Washington, D.C.

Flag of the District of Columbia.svg Seal of the District of Columbia.svg
USA Washington Metropolitan Area location map.svg
Ɔman United States
Mpɔtɛm 68.34 km²
Nnipa dodoɔ 689,545 ab. (2020)


Washington, D.C., (About this soundsɛnea yɛbɔ "Washington, D.C."  a nkane no na ɛyɛ District of Columbia, yɛtumi sane nso frɛ no Washington anaa sɛ D.C., ɛyɛ ahenkuro a ɛno nso nko ara na ɛyɛ federal district ɛwɔ United States. Kuro no da nsubɔntene Potomac ano wɔ apuiɛ fam, a ne nyinaa ka bɔm na ɛyɛ AnaafoɔAtɔeɛ ne Anaafoɔ fam ahyeɛ so a ɛne U.S. state of Virginia na ɛbɔ hyeɛ, ɛna ɛsane nso ne U.S. state of Maryland nso bɔ hyeɛ wɔ fa a aka no nso.

Agokansie[sesa]

Audi Field serves as the home stadium for D.C. United.

Saa agokansie kuo yi nyinaa yɛ deɛ ɛwɔ Washington kuro mu hɔ.

Club Sport League Founded Venue Attendance Major honors
Washington Commanders Football NFL 1937Nhwɛsoɔ:Efn FedExField 61,028[1] Pre-1966 NFL champions: 1937, 1942
Super Bowl champions: 1982, 1987, 1991
Washington Nationals Baseball MLB 2005Nhwɛsoɔ:Efn Nationals Park 27,898[2] World Series champions: 2019
Washington Capitals Hockey NHL 1974 Capital One Arena 18,508[3] Stanley Cup champions: 2018
Presidents' Trophy: 2010, 2016, 2017
D.C. United Soccer MLS 1996 Audi Field 17,544[4] MLS Cup champions: 1996, 1997, 1999, 2004
Supporters' Shield: 1997, 1999, 2006, 2007Nhwɛsoɔ:Efn
Washington Wizards Basketball NBA 1973Nhwɛsoɔ:Efn Capital One Arena 17,487[5] NBA champions: 1978
DC Defenders Football XFL 2018 Audi Field 17,163 None
Washington Spirit Soccer NWSL 2011Nhwɛsoɔ:Efn Maryland SoccerPlex (primary)
Audi Field (secondary)
Segra Field (secondary)
6,105[6] NWSL champions: 2021
Washington Mystics Basketball WNBA 1998 St. Elizabeths East Entertainment and Sports Arena 4,111 WNBA champions: 2019

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