WRGW Sports - Colonials Radio Central, the George Washington University campus sports radio outlet, will team up with Major League Soccer club D.C. United to provide a live English broadcast of its "College Night" Game against the New York Red Bulls. It will be the first time in department history that the station will carry an MLS game. Purchase discounted tickets for $20 here.
D.C. United today announced that the club’s charitable arm, United for D.C., raised close to $30,000 at the 11th Annual Kick-Off Luncheon, held at the Hamilton Live DC on March 5, 2013. The event, which was hosted by ABC 7’s Britt McHenry, featured various speakers including Head Coach Ben Olsen and Brian Geffert, President of the Board of United for D.C.
D.C. United today announced that Homegrown goalkeeper Bill Hamid has been named to the EA SPORTS™ FIFA 13 Ultimate Team of the Week
D.C. United today announced that the club will offer a season-long discount for members of the military. Members of the Armed Forces with a valid military ID can purchase tickets at the reduced rate of $40 for midfield seats and $30 for sideline seats on gameday at the RFK Stadium Box Office.
D.C. United today announced a partnership with Romántica 900AM and Radio Cuscatleca USA for the Spanish-language broadcast rights to D.C. United’s 34 regular season games during this year’s MLS season. Radio Cuscatleca USA will produce the live broadcasts including play-by-play commentary for Romántica 900AM, the official Spanish-language broadcaster of the Black-and-Red.
D.C. United today announced that Univision will broadcast an additional two D.C. United regular season matches on its new sports network, Univision Deportes Network (UDN).
The Black-and-Red will be featured on the new network twice through the 2013 campaign, first on May 25 against the Portland Timbers and later on June 8 against the New England Revolution. The two additional games on Univision Deportes Network come on top of three games being broadcast on sister network UniMas this year, for a total of five Spanish language broadcasts this year.
The MLS Disciplinary Committee has suspended D.C. United forward Dwayne De Rosario for two games and fined him an undisclosed amount for violent conduct that endangered the safety of his opponent, Philadelphia Union midfielder Danny Cruz, during a preseason game between the clubs on Feb. 23. The referee issued De Rosario a red card for violent conduct in the 60th minute of the match.
The MLS Players Union appealed the decision on behalf of De Rosario. MLS Commissioner Don Garber heard the appeal yesterday and upheld the Disciplinary Committee’s decision.