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Ten months after the worst season in MLS history, D.C. United is sitting atop the Eastern Conference with a record of 14-9-6, 45 goals scored, a goal differential of +11 and a league-leading 10 shutouts. With five games remaining, the Black-and-Red can clinch a spot in playoffs, in a turnaround for the history books.
With a spot in the knockout round of the CONCACAF Champions League secured, the stretch run to the MLS playoffs takes center stage for D.C. United, who will host its first Regular Season game at RFK Stadium in four weeks.
In this year's 24 Under 24, D.C. United is proud to announce that both Bill Hamid and Perry Kitchen are, once again, on the list. Hamid, DCU's Homegrown keeper, has made the elite list five times, which is more than any other player in MLS. Kitchen, has been named four times, once for each season he's been in the league. Congratulations to the pair!
Watch: Bill Hamid
D.C. United has three Regular Season home matches remaining. Don't miss any of the action as the Black-and-Red pushes to win the East.
The physical tools have always been there, and he’s got more than a half-decade of experience in Major League Soccer despite being just 23 years old. He’s also played in more than his fair share of big games, advancing deep into the postseason in 2012 and winning a U.S. Open Cup title last year.
United is back in action at RFK Stadium this Saturday at 3 p.m. as it hosts the Philadelphia Union. With playoffs the the line, the I-95 rivalry is sure to be in full force. Buy your tickets here!
D.C. United have been taking care of business in league play all year. On Wednesday evening at RFK Stadium, they continued to take care of it in CONCACAF Champions League as well.