I just want to share my experience tonight. It was my first time at RFK. I went with my three year son, that were in two other soccer games before, in Southern Brazil. The atmosphere outside and inside the stadium was great; as soccer is and should be. RFK is a nice venue, with some good sight lines; although the second section -where I was- can become challenging to watch the game, especially if you are 3ft tall (as my son, I am little bit higher ). However, is great to cheer. If you do not care that much for the details in the field, but love the surroundings, it is a great place to be. I was delighted. It is an old and not-cared building, but it is over the par to it Brazilian counterparts (after the World Cup, it will be different). The yellow-jacked crew was great to help this first-timer. The food was not as bad as expected, although it was expensive as expected... There could be more restrooms, but the one that we went was acceptable. I loved the club kiosk inside the stadium. People in the stands were great: polite, friendly, supportive. I would love to thank again the guy that beat me and won fairly the shirt in the HT, but gave it to my son. I also want to thank Nicole, from the Screaming Eagles, that sold me and delivered to me the tickets at stadium. The rain of beer after our goal was unnecessary, but, what the hell!, it was fun! My son reaction: "Dad, it felt water on my face". Ok, water it was... In the end, my son and I left early because he was exhausted. The dialogue was like this: - Dad, I am tired. I want to go home. - OK. But let's see this cross first. And, suddenly, it was 1-0. Timing is everything! Now, we could go! I still saw the tying go in the TV at the aisle... The drove back home was good, although the 495 was jammed, listening the end of the game at 87.7FM. I hope we go to the Conference finals. I want to do it all over again. But, now, tailgating!