D.C. UNITED HEAD COACH BEN OLSEN
On Toronto FC’s second goal:
D.C. United is back home at RFK to take on Toronto FC tonight at 7:30 p.m. ET (Comcast SportsNet). In preparation for tonight's match, we have gathered all the information you need to know about the Black-and-Red following this week's training sessions.
D.C. United y Comcast SportsNet, la fuente de cobertura deportiva más importante de la región, anunciaron hoy los planes para transmitir tres partidos adicionales en el mes de agosto. Los partidos serán televisados como presentaciones especiales por cortesía de Volkswagen.
La suma de los partidos contra Toronto FC (6 de agosto), Vancouver (13 de agosto), y Portland (27 de agosto) aumenta a veinte el número de partidos televisados del United. Los tres partidos comenzarán a las 7:30 p.m. Hora del Este.
D.C. United and Comcast SportsNet, the region’s leading source for multiplatform sports coverage, today announced plans to broadcast three additional August games. The matches will be aired as special presentations, courtesy of Volkswagen.
The addition of games against Toronto FC (August 6), Vancouver (August 13) and Portland (August 27) to the regional television schedule brings to 20 the number of live United games on the network this season. All three matches will kick-off at 7:30 p.m. ET.
WASHINGTON – When D.C. United and Toronto faced off back in April, DC registered an impressive 3-0 win at BMO Field.
However, United know that that result can’t be taken into account as the two teams prepare to play again at RFK Stadium Saturday night (7:30pm ET, Comcast SportsNet). The Toronto side traveling to the nation’s capital looks almost nothing like the one that DC defeated a few months ago.