Calling all dog lovers and their four-legged friends!

Join us for Bark in the Park Night presented by Pedigree Foundation for our October 14 match against New England Revolution. Take in the match from our dog-friendly section and bring your pup to help cheer – and howl – on the Boys in Gold.

Bark in the Park Ticket Package

$50 ticket package includes one (1) dog ticket plus one (1) dog parent ticket. $5 of every ticket package purchased is donated to Pedigree Foundation.

Note: 1 dog per person. You need to have a dog ticket for each dog you are bringing to the match. Dogs without a ticket to the match will be denied entry to GEODIS Park.

To be part of Bark in the Park, all dog owners will have to sign a waiver and present proof of vaccinations (rabies, DHLP, Parvo and Bordatella) prior to entering the stadium.

All dog and dog parent tickets will be in Section 233 and you must enter at Gate G (see map). Complimentary water bowls, cooling stations, and dedicated pet waste stations will be available. All dogs must be leashed (no retractable leashes allowed). Please note that this is a live sporting event and loud noises, including fireworks, can occur.

Is Your Dog Right for Bark in the Park?

Yes, if your dog:

  • Is not overly aggressive towards other dogs.
  • Does well on-leash.
  • Is old enough to be around other dogs and people (at least 4 months of age).
  • Is friendly towards humans and not excessively fearful.
  • Is up-to-date on all required vaccinations.
  • Is in relatively good health and can walk up and down several flights of stairs.

Probably not, if your dog:

  • Has aggressive tendencies towards other dogs or humans.
  • Does not do well while on-leash
  • Is still too young to mix with a big crowd (under 4 months of age).
  • Is a senior dog that would have trouble navigating stairs and/or being outside for an extended period of time.
  • Is exhibiting any signs of illness close to the day of the match (i.e. cough, nasal discharge, lethargy, diarrhea, etc). These symptoms can be signs of potentially infection illnesses and it would probably be best for your dog as well as the other dogs in attendance if they did not attend.

Older dogs, dogs with short muzzles and/or dogs in general that are prone to heat exhaustion should plan accordingly for the match. Even though there will be water, cooling stations and shady spots, the direct sun and heat can be a deadly combination for dogs. Dogs cool themselves by panting and are not nearly as efficient as humans. Please keep the comfort and safety of your dog in mind while planning out this fun night at the match.