DCU Mascot Out 2-3 Weeks With Injury

Talon Expected to Return 3.28

Talon was not available for the home opening match vs. Montreal Impact due to an extended rehab stint resulting from some minor off-season injuries including a bruised leg and fractured wing.

Many do not know that Talon also undergoes an extreme off-season program to prepare for the DCU fans during the regular season and it was during this preparation injuries were sustained.

Black-and-Red Basics | DCU vs. Montreal

Facts for DC vs. MTL
Black-and-Red Basics
Facts for DC vs MTL


Photo Credit: 
Adam Hoyt

RFK Stadium is ready.

Snow's gone, game on!

See you at RFK
See you at RFK

It took a lot of dedication and heart to get the pitch ready, but it's time!

Join us at 3 PM for the 20th Season of MLS as D.C. United takes on Montreal Impact.

D.C. United signs Luke Mishu

Former University of Notre Dame defender joins Black-and-Red
DCU inks Mishu

Luke Mishu

Height: 6-0"
Weight: 180 lbs
Position: Defender
Born: 06/26/1991
Hometown: Knoxville, Tenn.
Acquired: Signed on March 6, 2015

Food Trucks: March 7, 2015

Bada Bing, DC Slices and Holy Crepes available this week in Lot 8
Food Trucks

Don't forget to tweet at the trucks if you like what you eat!

DC Slices

Gameday Timeline: 20th Season Home Opener

United is back for its 20th season! Check out what we've got going on this Saturday.
Gameday Timeline


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D.C. United is home, and ready to fight back

The Black-and-Red has a tough task, overcoming a 3-goal deficit
DCU is home, ready to fight

After nearly five straight weeks on the road, D.C. United players returned to the comfortable confines of their RFK Stadium locker room on Monday morning. The weather outside wasn’t exactly hospitable – cold and gusty conditions for practice at Long Bridge Park in Arlington – and their immediate task isn’t easy either. But that doesn’t mean that erasing the three-goal deficit they face in the second leg of the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals is an insurmountable task.

Newsstand - February 27, 2015

A sampling of DCU-related media
Newsstand - February 27, 2015

Washington Post (blog): D.C. United smashed by Alajuelense, 5-2, in CONCACAF Champions League

Washington Post (blog): Argentina and D.C. United matches scheduled for same day at separate venues

Recap: D.C. United 2 - Alajuelense 5

United falls in first quarterfinal match of the regional tournament
Recap: DCU 2 - ALA 5

ben olsen talking to media - costa rica

Photo Credit: 
TJ Scholl

D.C. United has a tall task ahead if it is going to reach the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League semifinals after a 5-2 defeat at the hands of Alajuelense at Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto in Costa Rica. The two sides face off in the second leg of their quarterfinal clash March 4 at 8 p.m. United will need to win by three goals without allowing more than one – i.e. 3-0 or 4-1 – or win outright by four goals to advance.

D.C. United, Comcast SportsNet announce 24-game schedule for 2015 MLS season

Network’s largest-ever slate of live Black-and-Red coverage kicks off with opener vs. Montreal
DCU, Comcast reach 2015 schedule

Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic and D.C. United have announced the team’s regional television schedule for the 2015 Major League Soccer (MLS) season, which features an all-time high 24 matches and kicks off with the team’s season opener against the Montreal Impact on March 7 at 3 p.m.

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