If you see the truck stop by and say hi to the driver Mike!
D.C. United forward Chris Pontius discusses the team's preseason preparations and playing the Carolina Challenge Cup. The California native is entering his third year in MLS and recovering from offseason surgery on his hamstring.
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United's newest assistant coach discusses the transition to player/coach as the Steve Cronin and Bill Hamid recover from injurie
En el deporte que a todos nosotros nos provoca tanto amor y tanta pasión hay una frase de cabecera que es utilizada por jugadores, entrenadores, periodistas e hinchas: “El fútbol siempre da revancha”.
Tal vez nunca mejor empleada que en la siguiente historia de vida:
WASHINGTON – With less than three weeks left before D.C. United's season opener against the Columbus Crew, head coach Ben Olsen is still unsure who will get the nod in goal at RFK Stadium.
United's rookie defender says he is adjusting well to the pace and style of MLS and looking forward to the start of the season.
Washington, D.C. – D.C. United enfrentará a Philadelphia Union en partido clasificatorio a la Copa Abierta de Estados Unidos. El encuentro se llevará a cabo el miércoles 6 de abril a las 7:30 p.m. en el Maryland SoccerPlex en Boyds, Maryland.
Washington, D.C. – D.C. United today announced details for its U.S. Open Cup play-in game against the Philadelphia Union. The Black-and-Red will play host to the Union on Wednesday, April 6 at the Maryland SoccerPlex in Boyds, MD. Kickoff is set for 7:30pm.
The Black-and-Red are back in D.C. after spending two weeks in California. The team will train at RFK Stadium's training complex for one more day before they head to Charleston, SC on Thursday, March 3 for their third training camp and to complete in the Carolina Challenge Cup.
The team opens the 2011 MLS Campaign at RFK Stadium on March 19 against Columbus Crew. Get your tickets now.
WASHINGTON – Back in January, D.C. United’s coaching staff was ecstatic when Perry Kitchen was available with the third overall pick in the MLS SuperDraft.
Nearly six weeks later, the tenacious 19-year-old has proved worthy of the hype and buzz created before the draft for the central defender/midfielder from Akron.
“He’s just who we’d thought he’d be,” United coach Ben Olsen said, "a very talented kid who’s ultra-competitive."