— Dennis Iapichino (@DennisIapichino) September 30, 2013
— Ethan White (@EthanWhite15) September 30, 2013
— Dwayne De Rosario (@dwaynederosario) September 30, 2013
— Jonathan Walker (@walkjrw) September 30, 2013
— David Struyk (@DStruyk) September 30, 2013
Ben Olsen has made the media rounds this week. D.C. United's Head Coach joined Jason Davis on Kick TV and North American Soccer Network's "The Best Soccer Show" to talk all things Black-and-Red, including the 2013 season, the possibility of a new stadium and the upcoming U.S. Open Cup Final on Tuesday, October 1 against Real Salt Lake.
Ben Olsen joins Greg Roche on Pitch Pass to talk Open Cup. "One of our best," said Pitch Pass.
Ahead of D.C. United's match in Toronto this Saturday (1:00 p.m. - Monumental Network), we are throwing back, Canadian-style. Today's throwbacks brought to you by Dwayne De Rosario, Dejan Jakovic and Kyle Porter.
— Kyle Neville Porter (@KylePorter19) September 26, 2013
Part 1: Dave Johnson and Ben Olsen sit down in Olsen's home; talk about coming into his role as a head coach.
Part 2: The second half of Johnson and Olsen's sit down interview, as well as Jaime Moreno's induction ceremony into the Hall of Tradition.
Are you heading to Salt Lake to support the Black-and-Red in the U.S. Open Cup Final? You could win the chance to takeover D.C. United’s Instagram account! Tweet at us telling us why you should be the lucky fan behind the hashtag #FanCam on October 1.
RELATED: Join the Supporters on the road!
The winning fan will have access to our Instagram and Twitter accounts to give all followers a look at your trip, showing why United fans are the best in MLS. To win, find a creative way to Tweet us your fandom using the hashtag #FanCam—tell us why you should take over our social media in Salt Lake! Good Luck!
Click here for social media contest rules.
In a feature on the Today Show, Jenna Bush, daughter of George W. Bush, is seen holding baby Margaret Laura “Mila” Hager, the newest addition to the Bush family. In an interesting twist, Jenna is also sporting a D.C. United baseball cap. Is the former first daughter a fan of the Black-and-Red?
John Thorrington, a natural leader here at D.C. United, got his professional start at just 17-year-old at Manchester United. The talented midfielder left California to chase his dreams and is now one of the most respected veterans in MLS. But Thorrington is more than the hardworking player we see on the pitch for the Black-and-Red-- he is a family man, as well. Make sure you check out CSN Washington's "Behind the Badge: from Man U to DCU, meet the real John Thorrington."
Echa Panza is competing in National Red Bull Flugtag this Saturday afternoon at the Southpointe Waterfront in the National Harbor. The hangars open at noon, but the first flight takes off at 2:00 p.m. Everyone at D.C. United wishes the Black-and-Red faithful luck in the competition, whose plane is outfitted like Talon! Dcunited.com will be at the event, so check back in next week for a video and some pictures if you cannot make it, but we hope to see you there cheering on our fans!
Share your support, vote for Echa Panza for the People's Choice Award ONLINE!