Washington, D.C. (April 15, 2009) - D.C. United players will be making appearances at various events in the community over the next week. As part of the grand opening of the adidas store in Tysons Corner on Saturday, April 18, Chris Pontius, Rodney Wallace and Luciano Emilio will be on hand to sign autographs. Complete appearance information is detailed below.
Player(s): Andrew Jacobson
What: Visit after school mentoring session
When: Wednesday, April 15; 3-4 p.m.
Where: Bucknell Elementary School
What: Night of Champions
When: Friday, April 17; 5:30-7 p.m.
Washington, D.C. (April 13, 2009) - D.C. United announced today that single-game tickets for the home matches on May 23 vs. Salt Lake, June 4 vs. New York, June 13 vs. Chicago and July 18 vs. Colorado are now on sale. Single-game tickets are available for $22 in the Spectator section, $30 at the Premium level, $40 at the VIP level, and $50 for the Mezzanine level. Single game tickets for the rest of the season will go on sale at a later date
Washington, D.C. (April 13, 2009) - D.C. United announced today it will host a College Night on April 17th when the New England Revolution visit RFK Stadium. Student groups and organizations may purchase advance tickets for $15 by noon Friday and sit adjacent to United supporters’ groups, La Barra Brava and Screaming Eagles.
Washington, D.C. (April 13, 2009) - D.C. United players Ben Olsen and Devon McTavish will be at the White House today as part of the Annual Easter Egg Roll. Olsen will be reading to children at 2:45 p.m. and playing soccer at the sports court at 4 p.m. Meanwhile, McTavish will be at the sports court at 2:15 p.m. and reading to kids later at 3:30 p.m. Full appearance information is detailed below.
Player(s): Ben Olsen and Devon McTavish
What: Easter Egg Roll
When: Monday, April 13; 2:15-4 p.m.
Where: White House Lawn
D.C. UNITED HEAD COACH TOM SOEHN
On Morales’ game-winning goal:
“It was a good goal on their part. We retreated and dropped too far, they pulled off a good play and he finished a ball that was quality.”
On giving up the quick equalizer after going up 1-0 in the first half:
“Looking back, it looked like it was right at him [GK Louis Crayton] and that’s something he needs to save. I don’t know how Olave got so free to get a head on it.”
D.C. UNITED GK LOUIS CRAYTON
On RSL’s first tally:
Tiffany Trophy Cup Results - The D.C. United Academy U16 side recently participated in the Tiffany Trophy Cup, facing international youth teams from Real Madrid (Spain) and Deportivo Saprissa (Costa Rica).
WASHINGTON, DC (April 10, 2009) - D.C. United and its non-profit arm, United for D.C., today announced the spring session kickoff of United Soccer Club. Through its partnership with the U.S. Soccer Foundation, the spring session will see an expansion to three new sites. United for D.C. and the U.S. Soccer Foundation work together to support their missions to promote youth soccer in economically disadvantaged urban communities.
D.C. UNITED HEAD COACH TOM SOEHN
On the second half
We talked a lot about the way we’d been starting 2nd halves, you always look at crucial times of the games and the good starts – ending a half, starting a half. The first half wasn’t good enough soccer-wise, so we talked about how we’re going to have the energy, we addressed some of the concerns as far as our shape. I think it worked, I thought we came out with a little more life, and obviously scoring early in the second half was a direct effect of it.
On the game
WASHINGTON, DC (April 3, 2009) - D.C. United announced today plans to continue the 2009 season of United Drives by collecting baby essentials - items such as diapers, baby wipes, bottles, wash cloths, rattles and receiving blankets - before home matches during the month of April. All items collected at the April 4 and 17 games will benefit the Prince George’s Child Resource Center, Inc. Each month during the 2009 Major League Soccer season, D.C. United will collect items at every home game to benefit pre-determined non-profit organizations within the Washington, D.C. area.
WASHINGTON, DC (April 1, 2009) - The D.C. United Academy will face youth sides from some of the biggest international clubs, including Spain’s Real Madrid, as part of the third annual Tiffany Trophy Cup, held in Washington DC from April 4-11. The U16 squad will face the Spanish powerhouse’s youth team on Saturday, April 4 at 4:30 p.m., taking the field at RFK Stadium before the first team faces the Houston Dynamo.