On November 21, 1999, D.C. United added its third MLS Cup to the trophy case. For the second time in league history, the Black-and-Red faced the LA Galaxy at Foxboro Stadium for the premier title. United ultimately defeated the Galaxy 2-0 with a goal a piece for Ben Olsen and Jaime Moreno.
Were you at MLS Cup 1999? If so, tell us about your experience in the comments section below!
Well, we've made it to the last superlative for 2013. In the above video, we find out who is the "Most Frugal." We hope you enjoyed the videos!
With a large squad and many different personalities, there are bound to be some interesting bromances. Who on the team has the biggest, most obnoxious bromance?
D.C. United today announced that Josh Wolff will be leaving the club to join the Columbus Crew as an assistant coach. Wolff, a 14-year veteran of MLS, joined the Black-and-Red technical staff as a player/coach prior to the start of the 2012 season before becoming a full-time assistant following his retirement on Nov. 28, 2012. United will be conducting interviews immediately to fill the position.
While Manti Te'o became a bit of a punch line in the sports world for getting "Catfished," we asked the team if there is anyone on D.C. United who would fall for it. The answers probably shouldn't surprise you.
What we learned: Don't trust Jared Jeffrey or Conor Shanosky, Perry Kitchen, Chris Korb and Dwayne De Rosario will cheat during board games as well, and few on our team is self-aware enough to name themselves.
150 years ago today, President Abraham Lincoln delivered one of the most famous speeches in American history. The Gettysburg Address was a dedication at the Soldiers' National Cemetery in Gettysburg, PA, delivered just four and a half months after the Union Army defeated the Confederate Army in the Battle of Gettysburg.
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.
Now you be the judge, check out which D.C. United players are on Twitter and give them a follow!
In 1996 and 1997, D.C. United's crest was pretty different. The mark, which featured the same key pieces as today's badge, was updated following the 1997 season. Do you remember the logos of the original ten MLS teams? Do you know which teams have not changed since their inception?
The D.C. United Team Store is now on Twitter! Give them a follow @DCUteamstore