After a great April, D.C. United kept rolling through a busy May. With a wining record for the month, United earned its first road win at Philadelphia, beat the 2013 MLS Cup Champions, Sporting Kansas City and recorded three clean sheets.
D.C. United today announced plans for the club's annual holiday equipment sale. Set for Saturday, December 6 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., the event will be held inside RFK Stadium's Capitol View Club and will feature authentic D.C. United team-issued gear. 2015 Season Ticket Members will be granted early entry at 9:00 a.m., and all customers will enter through A-Gate.
D.C. United's rookie Steven Birnbaum stepped in for an injured Jeff Parke with the confidence of a veteran. The University of California product, selected second overall in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft, had an incredible rookie season and received praise from teammates, opponents and coaches alike.
Though it took a few games to click, D.C. United hit its stride in April.
April 5, 2014: D.C. United 2 – New England 0
As the year 2014 nears its ending, we took a look back at the best tweets from our players. These tweets, like our players, are diverse. Some are heart-felt messages to family members or supporters, while others are simply thoughts of the moment. Enjoy.
Collin Martin gets two tweets, because I couldn't decide which one was more amazing.
I'm at the zoo, and I'm happy
This year, give the gift of soccer! No matter who you're shopping for, we've got you covered.
Please note: The DCU Team Store is hosting an online sale from Black Friday through Cyber Monday. All items will be marked down 60% off, using promo code: SIXTY.
You’re wrapping up a nearly two-year French Football Federation (FFF) coaching course. Can you explain what was included in the curriculum?
D.C. United is saddened by the passing of Ward 8 Councilmember and former Mayor Marion Barry. He was an iconic leader and will be remembered as unmatched champion for the District of Columbia.
Coming off of a long offseason, complete with many roster changes and a Carolina Challenge Cup championship, D.C. United needed just a couple of games to get its turnaround season off the ground.
D.C. United will face Costa Rican side Liga Deportiva Alajuelense on the road Feb. 24 before a return leg at RFK Stadium on March 4 as part of the 2014-15 CONCACAF Champions League championship stage schedule unveiled by CONCACAF.
D.C. United is the top seed among the final eight teams in the regional competition after posting an undefeated 4-0 record in the 2014-15 CONCACAF Champions League group stage. The Black-and-Red defeated Panamanian side Tauro FC and Jamaican side Waterhouse FC both home and away.