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Luis Silva adds a second for D.C. United

Silva's finish gives D.C. United the 2-0 lead
Silva adds United's second

D.C. United tallies first as Eddie Johnson puts away a PK

Rolfe's first touch leads to a handball, and EJ finishes the PK
EJ nets a PK

D.C. United partners with two Smithsonian Museums to host World Cup final party

Fans Can Watch at the Smithsonian American Art Museum and National Portrait Gallery July 13
DCU, Smithsonian partner for World Cup final party

Soccer fans in Washington, D.C., have the opportunity to watch a live broadcast of Argentina vs. Germany in the 2014 FIFA World Cup final from Rio de Janeiro at the National Portrait Gallery and Smithsonian American Art Museum. The museums, together with the Embassy of Germany, will host an official viewing party in the museums’ enclosed and air-conditioned Robert and Arlene Kogod Courtyard. The game will be broadcast live on a 21-foot LED video wall. Additional support for the event has been provided by the Embassy of Argentina, the Downtown DC Business Improvement District and D.C.

Talking Strategy: D.C. United at San Jose Earthquakes

"We’re looking forward to heading into tonight and putting in another good performance.” Burpo
Talking Strategy: DCU v SJE

Nick DeLeon and Luis Silva high five

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USA Today Sports Images

Following an important road win that locked D.C. United into first place in the Eastern Conference, the Black-and-Red now faces San Jose at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara, CA.

Player Card: Steven Birnbaum

Rookie filling into the back line with ease
Player Card: Birnbaum

D.C. United at San Jose Earthquakes Match Preview: July 11, 2014

United seeks another win on the road against a struggling San Jose
DCU at SJE Preview

For Perry Kitchen, it's about mental strength

"He gives everything every single day. It’s impressive," Arnaud on Kitchen
Kitchen, turning heads

Sometimes, it’s a thankless job. A defensive midfielder has to be among the fittest, strongest and most disciplined on the field, yet gets the least recognition.

Training Notes: July 8, 2014

Coming off a win at TFC, United preps for SJE
Training Notes: July 8, 2014

After visiting BMO Field and topping Toronto FC 2-1 on July 5, D.C. United returned to the RFK training field in preparation for its west coast trip to face the San Jose Earthquakes at Buck Shaw Stadium (11 p.m. ET, NBC Sports Network).

VOTE: Nick DeLeon AT&T Goal of the Week

DeLeon's cheeky goal up for MLS GOTW
VOTE: DeLeon for Goal of the Week

Nick DeLeon - week 17 goal of the week - 2014

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mlssoccer.com

By the 54 minute of D.C. United's game at Toronto this past weekend, the Black-and-Red was struggling to find openings in a tough Toronto back line. That is until Nick DeLeon took on Nick Hagglund and the rest of the Reds' defense. After the midfielder took it into the box, he cut it back, losing two defenders before cooly passing the ball into the back of the net.

All-Star voting still open

Twitter voting is closed, but you can still vote online!
All-Star voting still open

Twitter voting for the 2014 AT&T MLS All-Star match is now closed, but you've still got until July 11 to get those votes in. D.C. United has eight faces on the ballot, including MLS veterans like Davy Arnaud, Bobby Boswell, Fabián Espíndola, Chris Rolfe and Eddie Johnson. But the Black-and-Red also boasts three rising stars in Bill Hamid, Perry Kitchen and Nick DeLeon.

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