Washington, D.C. – In conjunction with Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, the region’s premier source for television and online sports coverage, D.C. United today announced the extension of their longstanding partnership with the network, as well as the regional television schedule for the 2011 Major League Soccer campaign.
NEW YORK — MLS W.O.R.K.S., Major League Soccer’s community outreach initiative, on Tuesday announced a league-wide campaign to support the American and Canadian Red Cross disaster relief efforts following the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan last week.
What would First Kick be without some Power Rankings? The second edition is finally here just hours before the start of the 2011 MLS Season, and look who's on top. It's the LA Galaxy ruling the roost, with CCL hopefuls Real Salt Lake close behind and the New York Red Bulls trailing in third. All match times are ET.
En anticipación a lo que será una emociónate temporada de
la MLS 2011, FutbolMLS.com resalta en esta serie a los jugadores
latinoamericanos que brillarán en el fútbol MLSero esta campaña. En
esta ocasión le damos un vistazo al talento uruguayo de la Liga.
Washington, D.C. - D.C. United anunció que el programa radial semanal en español, La Tribuna del D.C. United, se transmitirá este año en Radio La Jefa 700 AM. La Tribuna del D.C. United debutará este miércoles, 16 de marzo y se transmitirá todos los miércoles de 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. durante la temporada 2011 de la Major League Soccer.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - D.C. United announced today the club’s weekly Spanish-language radio program, “La Tribuna del D.C. United,” will debut for the 2011 season on Wednesday, March 16 at 1:00 p.m. on Radio La Jefa 700 AM WDMV. “La Tribuna del D.C. United” will air every Wednesday from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. throughout the course of the 2011 Major League Soccer season.
One day left! First Kick is nearly here, and it’s time to take a look at the number 1 through MLS history...
First 1: Former US national team star Tab Ramos was the first player to sign with MLS. He was soon followed by a tidal wave of US teammates including John Harkes, Tony Meola, Alexi Lalas, Marcelo Balboa and Eric Wynalda. Speaking of Waldo...
WASHINGTON - Santino Quaranta’s narrative of personal redemption is well known to most MLS observers by now.
After a frightening descent into prescription drug addiction during the injury-plagued early stages of his pro career, the D.C. United veteran got sober over the 2007-08 offseason, hauling himself back to health and saving his life, family and livelihood in the process.