|Victors||At least two unknown tributes.|
- "District 9 is Panem's bread bowl, giving us the fertile harvest we need to keep rising as a nation. Its amber waves of grain are an inspiration to us all."
- ―Description from The Hunger Games: Tribute Guide[src]
Some jobs in District 9 include:
- District 9 female (74th HG) - Died on first day (Bloodbath).
- District 9 male (74th HG) - Died on first day (Bloodbath).
- District 9 female (75th HG) - Victor of unknown Hunger Games, died on first day (Bloodbath, 75th Hunger Games).
- District 9 male (75th HG) - Victor of unknown Hunger Games, died on the first day (Bloodbath, 75th Hunger Games).
Both the male and female tributes from this district died on the first day of the 74th Hunger Games. Though they were never named, Katniss has a close encounter with the male. At the Cornucopia, they both ran for the same backpack and fought over it. Suddenly, he began coughing up blood on Katniss' face and collapsed to the ground. When Katniss saw the knife in his back, she realized that Clove had killed him and was aiming for her next. The District 9 male is said to be the first tribute that died in the 74th Hunger Games. In the film, his death changes.
The tributes from the 75th Hunger Games were also unknown. It is hinted that during the Tribute Parade, the tributes were only hinted to be dressed like bread, though, in the film, they are dressing in golden, grain-inspired outfits. It is assumed that they died in the initial bloodbath at the Cornucopia. If not, they died later in the first day.
It's unknown, but unlikely, seeing as the male tribute attacked Peeta, that the District 9 victors were part of the rebel alliance to free Katniss as they weren't mentioned as one of the districts that took part.
District 9 is the only district in which all of the unnamed tributes have died in the bloodbaths in the two most recent Hunger Games. The possible reason is that the district is very urban, and the tributes don't have experience in natural passages of the arena. Despite this handicap, however, they still managed to have at least 2 victors, and both survived for some time in the bloodbath.
- District 9 is the least spoken about district in the Hunger Games series.
- The only hint given that District 9's industry was grain is that it is said that District 9 has lots of factories.
- In the 75th Hunger Games, District 9 was one of the two districts to have both tributes killed on the first day.
- In the 74th Hunger Games, District 9 was one of the five (movie) and three (book) Districts to have both tributes die on the first day.
- There is no known person from District 9 in the books.
- District 5 and District 9 are the only districts without a known rebel.
- District 9's poor performance in The Hunger Games may be based on the theory of it being a very urban District, raising tributes with no overall experience whatsoever about the wild of the arena, causing these tributes to easily be killed. However, this can still be questionable as grain farming is grown in fields, despite District 9's urban atmosphere.
- In Catching Fire, the two tributes from District 9 are among the last to be killed, suggesting they are stronger than former tributes from 9, as they are victors.
- District 9 is the only District in which all tributes of the two most recent games have been killed in the bloodbath.