In advance of Sunday’s last-ever D.C. United game at RFK Stadium, the club commissioned a who’s who look at famous soccer (and other) folks who have entered that kooky building’s footballing orbit.

The image — a collaboration with Eight by Eight magazine — is the foldout cover art of the commemorative book that will given to the first 15,000 fans inside the gates Sunday afternoon. There will also be posters signed by the artist, and posters signed by some of the team legends, which will later be auctioned off for charity.

In the meantime, you should try to see how many famous faces you can identify in the poster.

Go ahead.

I’m going to just waste some time here.


And type a few more nonsense lines.

So that your mind won’t be spoiled by seeing any of the names.

Remember that time someone threw a beer on your head in the stands? Ha-ha.


Remember that time in the concourse you accidentally stepped on an oil slick/rock formation/used sock/live rodent?

You know many good times you had in that place? A lot, right?

Anyhow, see how many of the following names you’ve found, or can find:

Jaime Moreno

Marco Etcheverry

Eddie Pope

Raul Diaz Arce

Former coach Bruce Arena

Half-player, half-coach Ben Olsen

Longtime general manager Dave Kasper

John Harkes and his son, Ian Harkes

Johan Cruyff

Pele and Freddy Adu

Hristo Stoichkov


Ronnie the Raccoon

Steve Birnbaum

Andy Najar

Santino Quaranta

Richie Williams

Christian Gomez

Roy “the dawg” Lassiter

Briana Scurry

David Beckham in his LA Galaxy debut

Mia Hamm

Troy Perkins

Supporters legends Matt Mathai and Chico Solares

Dave Johnson

Ryan Nelsen

Robert F. Kennedy

Bertha Hall

The late Gonzalo Peralta, Shawn Kuykendall, David Vanole and Alan Kelly