VIDEO: One-on-one with Ben Olsen

Comcast SportsNet's Russ Thaler interviews Head Coach Ben Olsen
1-on-1 with Ben Olsen

Preview: DC vs San Jose

A pair of teams riding month-long unbeaten runs meet at RFK Stadium
Preview: DC vs San Jose

A pair of teams riding month-long unbeaten runs meet at RFK Stadium when D.C. United return home to take on the San Jose Earthquakes. United are coming off a two-game unbeaten Western swing, concluding with a scoreless draw at the LA Galaxy. The Quakes are back on the road at an Eastern Conference opponent after a stirring 2-0 win against the Houston Dynamo at home last weekend.

REFEREE: Andrew Chapin. SAR (bench): Greg Barkey; JAR (opposite): Corey Parker; 4th: Alex Prus MLS Career: 30 games; FC/gm: 27.5; Y/gm: 4.8; R: 8; pens: 4

A mantener la racha en el RFK Stadium

Tanto D.C. United como San José llegan a su enfrentamiento en buen momento
A mantener la racha en el RF

WASHINGTON, DC— D.C. United regresa a su sede del RFK este sábado para recibir a los San Jose Earthquakes, en un duelo entre dos de los equipos más calientes en las últimas semanas de la temporada.

Los capitalinos han logrado dos triunfos y tres empates  en sus últimos cinco encuentros y llegan al RFK después de sacar un empate con sabor a triunfo la jornada pasada ante LA Galaxy, para culminar su gira por la costa oeste en la había vencido a los Portland Timbers.

VIDEO: Top plays of 2011 - Part 1

The best goals, saves, nutmegs and plays from the first 12 matches
Top plays of 2011 - Part 1

VIDEO: Black-and-Red Report

Comcast SportsNet's Russ Thaler and Sebastian Salazar discuss D.C. United
Black-and-Red Report

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Previa: D.C. United vs San José Earthquakes

Previa: DC vs SJ

El mediocampista Andy Najar analiza los últimos dos partidos del United y se prepara para recibir a San José este sábado, en el Estadio RFK.

VIDEO: Charlie Davies previews San Jose Earthquakes

United's leading scorer is eager to get back on the field and help the team get results
Davies previews San Jose

VIDEO: Dax McCarty previews San Jose Earthquakes

United's captain says he has recovered from his injury and is ready for Saturday
McCarty previews San Jose

DC youngest team in MLS

The Black-and-Red's backline is the youngest defensive unit in MLS by two years
DC youngest team in MLS


During D.C. United’s turbulent 2010 season, the Black-and-Red saw the emergence of several young players and Homegrown talents. Included in this movement were 2010 MLS Rookie of the Year Andy Najar and starting goalkeeper Bill Hamid. United boasted one of the youngest rosters in Major League Soccer, and though the club struggled, a foundation for the future was put in place.

Banged-up D.C. United slowly progressing on injury front

McCarty, Zayner, Carreiro recovering, but Jakovic, Quaranta out indefinitely
DC healing slowly

WASHINGTON — Slowly but surely, D.C. United are starting to get positive news on the injury front.

While a couple of long-term issues linger with midfielders Branko Boskovic and Devon McTavish, Jed Zayner and Junior Carreiro both saw minutes in a Reserve League draw against New England, a significant step forward for players who have missed significant time this season.

It’s particularly good news for Zayner, who has been battling a hamstring injury for most of the season, limiting him to just two games so far this year.

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