RFK Stadium is allowing fans to bring two unopened 20 oz. bottles of water into the match Saturday.
WASHINGTON — Getting to face a team from Europe is always an experience D.C. United look forward to, and Saturday night will be no exception as the club takes on English Premier League side Everton at RFK Stadium (7:30 pm ET, FOX Soccer).
“Any time our players get a chance to play against some of the better teams in Europe, it’s a great experience for us,” head coach Ben Olsen said.
United for D.C., the charitable arm of D.C. United, will hold a silent auction inside of RFK Stadium's Main Gate on Saturday, July 23 before the international friendly match between D.C. United and Everton.
The auction will feature a team signed Everton jersey and a team signed D.C. United third jersey. The silent auction will begin at 6:00 PM ET (immediately after the RFK Stadium gates open) and will end at halftime. All proceeds will go to United for D.C.'s community programs.
Dwayne De Rosario was named Lenkersdorfer Fine Jewelers Man of the Match for Matchday 19 of the MLS Regular Season today based on fan voting conducted on dcunited.com.
LENKERSDORFER FINE JEWELERS MOTM VOTING
After each match, visit visit facebook.com/dcunited or dcunited.com to cast your vote. Every match you vote in earns you another chance to win.
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
D.C. United anunció hoy el itinerario del club para el viernes, 22 de julio, día previo al amistoso internacional con el Everton Football Club de Inglaterra. El primer partido entre los dos equipos será el sábado, 23 de julio en el Estadio RFK a las 7:30 p.m. Hora del Este.
WASHINGTON — For D.C. United, the chances came early and often against a beleaguered New England Revolution side. A combination of poor finishing — including a missed penalty kick by striker Charlie Davies in the 44th minute — and a strong performance from Revs ‘keeper Matt Reis let all those chances go begging, however, as the Black and Red fell 1-0 at RFK.
D.C. UNITED HEAD COACH BEN OLSEN
Overall thoughts on the match:
[New England] got through a half and then they got a set piece. And that’s what they do - they get set piece goals, it’s the one thing they are dangerous with.