D.C. United's Charlie Davies, Dax McCarty and Head Coach Ben Olsen ask fans to help Red Card Cancer by donating to fund cancer research at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.
WASHINGTON – When D.C. United take the field against the Colorado Rapids Saturday evening (7:30 pm ET, Comcast SportsNet), it’s a huge opportunity for a young, rebuilding club to take another step forward.
Last week, the team picked up four points in two home games, and a win against the defending champions would be another positive step.
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D.C. United continue their long homestand while the Colorado Rapids continue their long Eastern swing when the clubs meet Saturday at RFK Stadium. United have a win and a draw against Western opposition in the first two games of this home stretch, coming off a scoreless result with FC Dallas. The Rapids have a win and a draw against Eastern teams to start their three-game trip, last a scoreless draw at New England.
El mediocampista Andy Najar habla acerca del esperado encuentro contra el campeón Colorado Rapids. En el choque de ida, Colorado vapuleó a los capitalinos, 4-1, por lo que hay ambiente de revancha para los rojinegros. El partido se disputará este sábado a las 7:30 p.m. en el "Coloso de Anacostia".
Supporters are encouraged to follow each of the five food trucks on Twitter. Ticket plans and game packages, as well as individual game tickets, are available for purchase at dcunited.com/tickets
Tailgate drink prices: 16oz PBR $3, 24oz Corona $5, 24oz Modello $5, Bottle Water $2
WASHINGTON — Although D.C. United are barely a third into the season, it’s already time for some revenge.
Saturday night’s meeting with the Colorado Rapids (7:30 pm ET, Direct Kick, MatchDay Live) offers a chance for DC to redeem themselves after what occurred back on April 3, when Ben Olsen’s squad traveled to Commerce City, Colo., and lost 4-1 against the defending MLS Cup champions.