Capital Campaign for DC Titans: Support our players' development by helping us offset our costs and create new programming. DC's low-cost recreational youth hockey program, the Titans strive to make hockey diverse and financially accessible to all kids. Join us in continuing this mission, making it possible for any child to love the game and develop sportsmanship, character, and courage.
The 2023-24 Titans Season is officially underway! DC Titans convened at our temporary home, Tucker Road Ice Rink, to extend a warm welcome to both new and returning families. Topics included the significance of recreational play, the Titans' mission and principles, and important safety tips. Coaches and Board Members shared their plans for the season with a focus on community building.
Titans players, coaches, and their families celebrated at the Titans' End of Season Banquet & Recognition Event on March 11, 2023. All players were awarded souvenir pucks to commemorate their hard work this season. Board members discussed plans for next year and thanked outgoing players and coaches.
During the 2009-2010 season, USA Hockey introduced the American Development Model (ADM), a groundbreaking framework for youth athlete development. Since then the ADM has become a global benchmark for youth sports development, guiding players from their initial steps to professional levels. DC Titans coaches follow the principles of ADM, aligning with the club's mission and values.
For the second year in a row, Titans Youth Hockey was awarded a Capital Impact Fund grant by the Washington Capitals and Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation. The grant will be used to help recruit more players of color and provide financial aid for players in need, while ensuring the costs of participation remains accessible to as many players as possible.
Titans’ home rink, Fort Dupont Ice Arena, is being renovated - our temporary home is the Tucker Road Ice Rink in Prince George's County. As seen in the renderings above, Fort Dupont Ice Arena is being replaced by a new $30 million state-of-the-art facility with a NHL-size ice sheet as well as expanded spaces.