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This might be filed under strange bedfellows, but last Friday pro-soccer club D. United held its first “Swipe Right Night,” bringing the world of Tinder to professional soccer. reported, the event included the “Tinder District,” a pre-game party zone that included a band, drinking games like beer pong and an open bar.
In other words, helping those pro-soccer fans hopefully find someone to take home to their lonesome D. Additionally, anyone who “swiped right” during the match was entered into a contest to win “an ultimate behind-the-scenes experience at a United upcoming training session.” “The soccer fans are here; we just want to meet them,” Lindsay Simpson, the club’s director of digital media told .
The evening kicked off with a surprise appearance from Friendship Collegiate Academy’s football team, just a handful of the youth enrolled in the Men of Code program.
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“If you want to make another match with a single, that’s great, but we really want you to match with us.” Washington, D.C., has one of the youngest, most active and difficult dating scenes in the United States — reports that 70 percent of the city’s population is single — so it makes sense that the soccer club would take the Tinder approach to fire up its fans.