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Food Trucks: August 31

Bada Bing, Capital Chicken and Waffle and Holy Crepes will be in the Lot 8 tailgate this Sunday
Food Trucks

Bada Bing DC - 2014

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Like what you taste? Tell the world by Tweeting at tonight's food trucks! Don't have your tickets yet? Not a problem, buy online.

Tailgate beer available: Budweiser, Bud Light, Michelob Ultra, Modelo 

Matchday Program: August 31, 2014

Honoring the 2004 MLS Cup champions
Matchday Program

In this week's issue, check out a feature on D.C. United's 2004.

Every Matchday in 2014 will provide up-to-date statistics, rosters and schedules for the Black-and-Red. Make sure you pick one up as you enter the Gates on Gameday.

Gameday Timeline: August 31

A rivalry match, a reunion of champions and a night for the kids
Gameday Timeline

RFK Stadium - grass, sun

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Rebecca Payne / dcunited.com

Post-Match Quotes: August 27, 2014

"We’ll learn from it and move on,” Bobby Boswell
Post-Match Quotes


On the team’s first half performance:

“I will take this one. For this match, I think we had too many guys have a poor night, and I had a poor night. If you add that up against the LA Galaxy, and you’re down one-zero in the first couple of minutes, you’re in for a long night.

On the comparisons between this game and the game against Real Salt Lake:

August 27 Highlights: D.C. United 1 - LA Galaxy 4

DCU walks away without any points from a west coast trip
Highlights: DCU 1 - LAG 4

August 27 Recap: D.C. United 1 - LA Galaxy 4

A hard loss on the road, but D.C. United looks ahead to Sunday against the New York Red Bulls
Recap: DCU 1 - LAG 4

Bill Hamid and Steven Birnbaum at LA Galaxy - 2014

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The LA Galaxy sent a message to the rest of MLS on Wednesday night, piecing together another comprehensive performance, grabbing a quick lead and putting away Eastern Conference leader D.C. United, more or less, before halftime.

Landon Donovan, running the attack in Robbie Keane’s absence, set up all three first-half goals as LA (12-5-7) romped to a 4-1 victory at StubHub Center to grab the No. 2 spot in the Western Conference and Supporters’ Shield standings, just two points behind Seattle.

SAVE: Hamid comes up big on point-blank save against Zardes

DCU's Homegrown 'keeper continues to prove himself in net
SAVE: Hamid stays big vs Zardes

GOAL: D.C. United pulls one back on a Galaxy own goal

Caskey plays a good ball in, EJ make it difficult for Leonardo, Penedo
GOAL: DCU pulls one back

Q&A: Landon Donovan and Bruce Arena

The pair share their thoughts on playing in our nation's capital
Q&A: Donovan & Arena

Landon Donovan doing interviews

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Rebecca Payne / dcunited.com

Ahead of D.C. United's match at StubHub center tonight, and prior to Ben Olsen presenting Landon Donovan with a retirement gift, we caught up with the soccer legend and former D.C. United head coach Bruce Arena. 

Honoring the 2004 MLS Cup Champions

"I'm sure the word that's being thrown around a lot with this group is character," Olsen
'04 MLS Cup Champs

Join us at RFK Stadium on August 31 as D.C. United hosts the New York Red Bulls and honors the 2004 MLS Cup Champions. Buy your tickets now!

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