MLS Regular Season

Path to MLS | Miguel Aguilar & Markus Halsti

Two players with very different backgrounds debut against Philadelphia
Path to MLS | Miguel Aguilar & Markus Halsti

WASHINGTON—Markus Halsti and Miguel Aguilar come from very different backgrounds, but on Sunday night in Chester, P.A., both midfielders reached an important milestone: starting a game in MLS. 

Black and Red Basics | D.C. United vs New England Revolution

D.C. United take on New England at Gillette Stadium on Saturday May 23rd at 7:30 PM
DCU vs New England Revolution

Post-Match Facts: Philadelphia Union vs D.C. United | May 17, 2015

PHI 1 - DCU 0
Post-Match Facts: Philadelphia Union vs D.C. United | May 17, 2015

Washington, D.C. (May 17, 2015) – D.C. United’s (6-2-3, 21 points) eight game unbeaten streak was snapped Sunday night with a 1-0 defeat against the Philadelphia Union. Despite the loss, the Black-and-Red remains in first place in the Eastern Conference. The Union’s Zach Pfeffer scored the games only goal in the 93rd minute on a Fabinho assist. United returns to action on the road on Saturday, May 23, at the New England Revolution.

Chalk Talk: United's Craziest 60 days in 2015

Breaking Down a Crazy May and June By The Numbers
Chalk Talk: United's Craziest 60 days in 2015

D.C. United Highlights vs Orlando City SC

A New Angle on Game Highlights
D.C. United Lego Highlights vs Orlando City SC

ORL Highlights | PHI Preview

ORL Highlights | PHI Preview

Post-Match Quotes: D.C. United vs Orlando City SC | May 13, 2015

"We are happy with the points and now we have to turn around and go to Philadelphia."
Post-Match Quotes: DCU vs Orlando City SC | May 13, 2015

D.C. United Head Coach Ben Olsen

 

On the response from the team after scoring two goals in the last 20 minutes to win:

 

D.C. United 2, Orlando City 1 | MLS Match Recap

Chris Rolfe goal seals come-from-behind victory
D.C. United 2, Orlando City 1 | MLS Match Recap

IMAGE: Team Celebration

Photo Credit: 
Brad Mills

WASHINGTON – D.C.

D.C. United takes over first place in MLS

Black-and-Red come from behind to defeat Orlando City, 2-1
D.C. United takes over first place in MLS

IMAGE: Pontius Ball

Photo Credit: 
Brad Mills

Washington, D.C. (May 13, 2015) – D.C. United (6-1-3, 21 points) moved to the top of the Major League Soccer standings with a 2-1 win in its first-ever home game against expansion side Orlando City (2-5-3, 9 points).

 

GOAL: Rolfe scores game winning goal

Rolfe goal put United up 2-1
GOAL: Rolfe scores game winning goal
Syndicate content