Ahead of Sunday's match against Chivas USA, we're throwing it back to Luis Silva and Carlos Alvarez as teenagers. The two attended Bishop Salesian High in Los Angeles together, where Silva won Offensive Player of the Year in 2007.
More good news for Andrew Dykstra and the Richmond Kickers! The standout goalkeeper has been nominated for USL PRO Goalkeeper of the Year!
Along with Dykstra, Kickers Joseph Ngwenya, William Yomby , Nate Robinson and coach Leigh Cowlishaw are also finalists for awards this year. Ngwenya, the league's leading scorer is nominated for USL PRO Most Valuable Player and Yomby is a finalist for Defender of the Year. Additionally, newcomer Robison is in the running for Rookie of the Year. Lastly, Kickers coach Leigh Cowlishaw is up for Coach of the Year.
Congratulations to all up for awards! The winners will be announced tomorrow at 2 p.m. ET. Good luck!
Do you want to see the United States Men’s National Team take on Mexico in Columbus on September 10th? Well, here’s an easy way to win a pair of tickets! Just register for Acumen Solution Race for a Cause and choose United for D.C. Once your registration is confirmed, your name will be entered for a chance to win tickets to the USMNT match.
If you have already registered and chose United for D.C. as the nonprofit you are supporting, you are already eligible to win. If you are unable to run or attend the race, no sweat! You can still win the tickets by registering for the race and choosing United for D.C.
If you wish to simply donate to United for D.C., please click here. You will still be eligble to win.
- What you win: Two (2) tickets to USMNT vs. Mexico and one night’s stay in a hotel (Check-in Sept 10; Check-out Sept 11)
- Method of selection: One name will be randomly selected from the list of those who registered.
- Contest dates: The contest will end on Friday at 3 p.m., at which time a name will be chosen at random.
On April 29, 2006, D.C. United defeated the newly rebranded New York Red Bulls 4-1. United's star striker, Alecko Eskandarian had two goals on the night, and his goal celebration for the first was one to remember.
Ahead of Saturday's Atlantic Cup rivalry match (Saturday, 8:00 p.m. - NBC Sports Network), we throw back to April '06 and Esky's epic spit-take...
Ahead of Saturday's Atlantic Cup match (8 pm ET, NBC Sports Network), MLS is hosting a Google+ Hangout with D.C. United midfielder Perry Kitchen and the Red Bull's Dax McCarty. Kitchen, who leads DCU in assists will be available to answer your questions starting at 1:30 p.m. ET on Thursday, August 29.
Where to watch:
- Thursday, August 29 - 1:30 p.m. ET
- On MLSsoccer.com
How to submit your questions:
- Via Twitter, using #NYvDC
- By leaving a comment at the bottom of this page
D.C. United is heading up I-95 to take on the New York Red Bulls, and they want you there! As United aims to win the Atlantic Cup for the 9th time since 2002, the Black-and-Red faithful could be there cheering on their squad!
Currently, there are two deals with DCU supporters groups heading north for the weekend. Check out bus and ticket options from the Screaming Eagles or La Barra Brava and join them in New York to support the Black-and-Red in Major League Soccer’s most storied rivalry.
Want to join them?
Screaming Eagles Trip:
Pick Up Locations:
- 1:00 p.m. at RiRa in Clarendon
- 1:30 p.m. at RFK
- 1:30 p.m. at New Carrollton Metro Station
- 3:00 p.m. at White Marsh Park & Ride
Pregame gathering in New Jersey: 5:00 p.m. at O’Donnells Irish Pub in Harrison, N.J.
For more information visit Screaming-Eagles.com
Pick Up Locations (Time TBD, no earlier than noon):
- Van Dorn Metro
- New Carrollton
- White Marsh Park & Ride
Should you have questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jay at 571-212-8890
In 2011, D.C. United took over Ben's Chili Bowl for a day. Players and coaches helped in the kitchen and enjoyed some of that famous food for themselves. The legendary local spot even changed their name to Ben Olsen's Chili Bowl! In honor of one of D.C.'s most famous restaurants' 55th anniversary, let's throw it back to that day in United history.
D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid is nominated for Save of the Week for Week 25. The talented Homegrown made a huge save early in United’s match against Montreal, coming off his line to stop a point-blank attempt from Andrew Romero.
The young goalkeeper has multiple honors to his name this season, including one Save of the Week from Week 1, a Player of the Week award, a Team of the Week honor and was also selected to the FIFA Ultimate 13 Team of the Week.
Make sure you vote for Bill Hamid for Save of the Week.