Special thanks to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center who lit up the night in support of D.C. United as MLS Cup Playoffs continue for the Black-and-Red. Photos by Kea Taylor/Convention Center
Loving the responses im getting about the fans traveling up for the game!!! Rain sleet or snow doesnt matter!! Love these fans!!!! #BLACKOUT
Dwayne De Rosario may not be playing in the matches for D.C. United, but he is still a big part of the team. Below is a nice exchange between DeRo and his teammates.
A summary of tweets from players after United's 1-1 draw with New York Red Bulls in the Eastern Conference semifinal.
Proud of the boys tnite. Keep it moving @dcunited next game Wed. In NY...
This evening, the Newseum lit up Pennsylvania Avenue in preparation for Saturday's home playoff match versus the New York Red Bulls. A special thank you to our friends at the Newseum for the support. Photos by Maria Bryk/Newseum.
A special thank you to our friends at Miller & Long Concrete Construction for displaying D.C. United banners on two of their tower cranes located in D.C.
Local sports teams, athletes, and businesses send messages of luck to D.C. United as it prepares for its first MLS Cup Playoff match in five years. Thank you for all of the support. Stand up 4 DC.
Tonight the Newseum glows red for D.C. United as the team prepares for the Red Bulls for the MLS Eastern... fb.me/2qcHebIV6
Pablo Sandoval (World Series MVP); Will Chang; Marco Scutaro (NLCS MVP); Gregor Blanco (World Series Gold Glove) are tuned in to United's playoff run
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Major League Soccer has requested D.C. United and the New York Red Bulls switch home dates in their upcoming Eastern Conference semifinal series. Learn more.
Below D.C. United President and C.E.O. Kevin Payne, Head Coach Ben Olsen, and others react to the decision.
As Hurricane Sandy firmed her grip on the Washington region Monday and Tuesday with driving rain, high winds, flooding and power outages, D.C. United players rode out the storm in different ways.
Brandon McDonald, a native of Arizona, used his first hurricane experience to clean his apartment from top to bottom, washing his sheets, scrubbing his bathtub, mopping the floors and cleaning the mirrors. He later questioned himself, asking via Twitter, “Is this normal?” It remains unclear if McDonald was questioning the severe weather or his whirlwind cleaning activities.