September 11, 2020: Major League Soccer has announced the 2020 regular season schedule through the end of September. From September 18-27, each MLS club will compete in three regular season matches. Additional 2020 MLS regular season matches will be announced pending further developments regarding travel protocols. Attendance at matches will be determined in accordance with applicable state and local guidelines.

Centennial 38, was formed prior to the 2013 season through the collaborative efforts of three separate supporters’ groups who unified to form one inclusive voice to passionately support the Rapids! The group's name Centennial 38, commonly referred to as C38, is a nod to the state of Colorado, which became the 38th state in the Union in 1876, 100 years after the signing of the nation's Declaration of Independence.

Centennial 38 occupies all of section 117 and half of section 116 at DICK’S Sporting Goods Park. Section 117 is a standing only section where the most raucous, passionate fans can be found singing and drumming for the entire match. Neighboring section 116, provides supporters with an option to sit and enjoy the game, while still taking in the supporters’ gameday culture. 



Oar Tradition

Traditions. They’re the glue that unites supporters and connects them to the club. For the supporters group Centennial 38, the tradition of handing an oar to the Man of the Match is one of many home-game traditions. It all started about four years ago when long-time supporter, Oscar Mejia, had an idea. He crafted the very first oar for Pablo Mastroeni which featured a portrait of the captain and a big number 25 behind it.

Mejia started to create other designs for special occasions, often times decorating the oars with symbols such as the Colorado flag or Rapids crest. Eventually people started to catch on. Under the leadership of Dave Wenger, C38 decided to make the oars part of the club's tradition.

Today, the one-of-a-kind oars are handmade by a member of C38 and are presented to the Man of the Match winner after every home game. They’re a token of gratitude for the player’s hard work and commitment to the club. More importantly these oars symbolize a connection between the players and the supporters.



Centennial 38 Season Ticket Membership: $299
Monthly Payments starting at $43
Centennial 38 Season Ticket Members receive all Season Ticket Member Benefits

Prior to every home game, C38 organizes buses from downtown bars to DICK’S Sporting Goods Park and hosts the best and largest tailgate in MLS, open to all Rapids fans. For more information on Centennial 38, visit



Fan Code of Conduct

Fans located in the designated Supporter Sections will need to follow the Fan Code of Conduct and the Prohibited items policy. Dick’s Sporting Goods Park management reserves the right to deny any item as determined by facility / event management. Below is a list of items only permitted in the designated Supporters Sections:


  • Approved drums and musical instruments
  • Signs, banners and flags, following the SIGN, BANNER, and FLAG policy.
  • Flag poles 6’ tall and made out of ½” PVC pipe.
  • Confetti – when thrown straight up into the air during a time of celebration.

*Note these items may only be brought in to the stadium at the designated time through the C38 gate or pre-arranged by stadium management


  • Visiting team apparel or gear of any kind
  • Vuvuzelas, air horns or whistles
  • Standing on seats
  • Confetti – when thrown at the field, during the run of play, or at an individual, referee, player, staff, or anyone else
  • Streamers of any kind
  • Visiting team apparel or gear of any kind