This holiday season, become and organ donor

Former D.C. United player, Clyde Simms still seeking a kidney donor match
Become an organ donor

Our Friend Clyde

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New England Revolution

This past season, former D.C. United midfielder, Clyde Simms, has been battling kidney disease. The midfielder underwent a successful transplant surgery last week, but because of complications after the surgery, he will need another transplant. 

As he awaits another match, Simms says, "I will work towards a full recovery, go back on dialysis, and back to the donor wait list for a new kidney"

VIDEO: Happy Holidays from D.C. United

The Black-and-Red sings Winter Wonderland
Happy Holidays

D.C. United announces 2015 MLS Home Opener

Black-and-Red to open 20th MLS campaign on March 7 against Montreal Impact
2015 Home Opener

Nick DeLeon goal celebration vs. montreal - 2014

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USA Today Sports Images

D.C. United has announced its 2015 Major League Soccer home opener. Winner of 13 major domestic and international titles, D.C. United begins its 20th regular season campaign on Saturday, March 7, (3 p.m. ET, RDS) against the Montreal Impact at RFK Stadium. The remaining MLS schedule will be announced at a later date.

VIDEO: Buzzard Point Stadium with Dave Kasper, Ben Olsen and Jason Levien

D.C. United owner and technical staff on the team's new stadium plans
Kasper, Olsen and Levien


VIDEO: Buzzard Point Stadium and Kevin Spence

Long-time D.C. United fan on the team's new stadium
Kevin Spence


Tweet Tweet: D.C. United has a new home

DCU and MLS supporters take to Twitter to share in the excitement of our stadium news
Tweet Tweet: Stadium News

Jason Levien at Penn Social 12-17

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Tony Quinn

Yesterday was a monumental day in D.C. United's long quest for a soccer-specific stadium in the District. Fans, staff, players and soccer supporters from around MLS took to Twitter to send along their congratulations, share their emotions and show their Black-and-Red pride.

This is how it started.

D.C. United, Southwest residents forge Community Benefits Agreement

Southwest Soccer Stadium Community Benefits Agreement lays foundation for lasting relationship
DCU, Southwest residents forge CBA

D.C. United and the Near SE/SW Community Benefits Coordinating Council (CBCC) have announced the completion of the Southwest Soccer Stadium Community Benefits Agreement (CBA), which will lay the foundation for a lasting relationship between the team and the residents of the community that will be the home of the team's new stadium.

Letter from D.C. United Managing General Partner Jason Levien

"D.C. United’s future in our nation’s capital is secure."
Letter from Levien

Ben Olsen and Jason Levien - 2014

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Rebecca Payne /

We are thrilled that D.C. United’s future in our nation’s capital is secure. The most storied club in Major League Soccer will have a stadium of its own following final approval of the District of Columbia Soccer Stadium Act of 2014 by the D.C. Council. It is a victory for the team and its fans, the city, the region and the sport of soccer in this country.

D.C. United Stadium: coming soon to Buzzard Point

Years in the making, but finally a reality for District residents and DCU fans
DCU Stadium coming soon


D.C. Council approves D.C. United stadium

20,000-25,000-seat venue at Buzzard Point targeted for opening in 2017
D.C. Council approves stadium

The D.C. Council has approved the District of Columbia Soccer Stadium Act of 2014 in its second and final vote, approving the development of the new 20,000-25,000-seat stadium for D.C. United in the Buzzard Point neighborhood of Southwest Washington. The legislation’s passage targets the opening of the stadium in 2017 and ensures that D.C. United will make the District of Columbia its home for generations to come.

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