Academy

Q&A: Jose Carranza

Five questions with Academy product and US Youth National Team star
Q&A: Jose Carranza

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What do you enjoy most about going to the U.S. Youth National Team's camp?
I enjoy a lot of things about going. I like interacting with the coaching staff because they are all really knowledgeable and helpful. I also enjoy the style of play for the US National Team because it’s very fluid and fun. Oh, and the fields are REALLY nice and the hot weather in California is a plus.

D.C. United Academy Update

The U-14s and U-16s incur losses while the U-18s secure another multiple goal victory
D.C. United Academy Update

Washington D.C. (Nov. 18, 2013)—The D.C. United academy teams were in action this past weekend in New Jersey and North Carolina. While the U-14s traveled to Advance, N.C., to play in the U.S. Soccer Eastern Regional Event, the U-18s and U-16s played away against Match Fit Academy FC.

D.C. United Academy alumni shine in ACC semis

Two alumni, two game winners, ACC Championship field set
D.C. United Academy alumni shine in ACC semis

The Maryland SoccerPlex was the place to be Friday night as both ACC Semi-Final matches were hosted at the venue. Top-seed, Notre Dame squared off against the number ten seed Virginia, while fourth-ranked Maryland battled the Clemson Tigers. But the real story was the tale of two D.C. United Academy alumni, Marcus Salandy-Defour (UVA) and Michael Sauers (Maryland), who each notched their respective game-winners.

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Q&A: Nolan Sheldon

A few minutes with the U18 Academy Coach
Q&A: Nolan Sheldon

D.C. United U-18 Head Coach and Director of Camps & Training Programs Nolan Sheldon answers some of the most commonly asked questions about D.C. United camps and training programs. Follow @DCUyouth on Twitter for updates and news about DCU camps, training programs and the academy.

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This afternoon (3:00 p.m. ET, ESPN2) The US Men's National Team faces off against Scotland in an international friendly. One face on the USMNT squad stands out for DCU fans, as Homegrown keeper Bill Hamid was recently called into National Team camp and will be joining his countrymen in Glasgow.

D.C. United Academy Update

U-18s, U-16s tie PA Classics while U-14s continue their seven-game winning streak
D.C. United Academy Update

Washington D.C. (Nov. 12, 2013)—The D.C. United Academy teams traveled to Manheim, Pa. to play the PA Classics this past weekend. The U-18s and U-16s came away with draws, while the U-14s continued their winning streak.

D.C. United's Academy offers opportunities to continue development in the offseason

“Participating in the training sessions gave me the familiarity and confidence."
DCU Academy offers opportunities to continue development in the offseason

Winter Camps

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Winter is coming, but that doesn’t mean playing soccer has to stop. D.C. United offers winter camps and training programs for players interested in keeping their skills sharp. Winter camps start Dec. 7 and run thru March 7 at three different locations across Maryland and Virginia. Training programs are held at D.C. United’s Training Complex near RFK stadium from Feb 2 thru March 9. Participants are able to practice, train and play against other players from across the region.

MORE INFO: Winter Camps

D.C. United Academy Update

U-18s, U-16s and U-14s go 3-0 against the Virginia Rush
D.C. United Academy Update

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As an affiliate club, Arlington Soccer Association (ASA) is one of the primary soccer clubs D.C. United looks to for identifying and developing top youth talent in the region. Not only are ASA players scouted and brought in to play for D.C. United, but all levels of ASA teams benefit from the quality and consistency of the affiliate program. In this young relationship, D.C. United wants to share coaching and training resources with ASA that will improve players, coaches and teams.

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