|Motto||Standing up for D.C.|
|Leaders|| Paul Sotoudeh|
The Screaming Eagles, are a fan club of the Major League Soccer (MLS) team D.C. United. They are known for the songs and chants that they perform during D.C. United home and away games. In addition, the group is one of the most widely known MLS supporters clubs.
The Screaming Eagles have more than 1100 active members as of August 2008 and represent a wide variety of ages and nationalities. The most ardent supporters gather in "The Nest" in Sections 132, 133 and 134 and "The Perch" in Sections 230, 231, and 232 at RFK Stadium. Recognizeable from numerous TV images, "The Nest" and "The Perch" roll with the cheers of excited Screaming Eagles members, keeping the spirits of the team and other soccer fans high regardless of the score. The Screaming Eagles have supported United at home and on the road and have become one of the most recognizable supporters clubs in MLS.
Off the field, the Screaming Eagles can be found performing Community Outreach work for several charitable causes including Mike Petke's Kick the Violence Foundation, The Eddie Pope Foundation and United for D.C. They also provide members with soccer related activities, including viewing parties, the SE Football Club, roadtrips and special events with D.C. United players.
Membership is open to anyone who wants to support D.C. United and promote soccer. Violence or racism is not tolerated in the group.