2014 D.C. United Gear:
United clinches the top spot in the Eastern Conference ahead of Playoff play
Recap: DCU 2 - CHI 1
Needing just a point to secure a first-place conference finish, D.C. United met the Chicago Fire on a brisk Saturday evening at RFK Stadium.
United did that and more, securing a 2-1 win over the Fire and pulling six points ahead of the second-place New England Revolution with only one game remaining. D.C. will finish atop the Eastern Conference for the first time since their Supporters’ Shield-winning 2007 campaign.
Johnson takes it himself, makes it 2-0
GOAL: EJ makes it 2-0
Hamid does it again, comes up big for DCU
SAVE: Hamid denies Sinama-Pongolle
Pontius heads home a pin-point Eddie Johnson cross
GOAL: Pontius gets the first
With a chance to clinch first in the East, United hosts the Fire, presented by CareFirst
Match Preview: DCU v CHI
Taylor Kemp on DCU's strategy in its final home game of the Regular Season
Talking Strategy: DCU v CHI
With two Regular Season games remaining, D.C. United needs only one more point to clinch first place in the Eastern Conference. After a 3-1 win over Houston—United’s first-ever win at BBVA Compass Stadium—the Black-and-Red host a Chicago Fire side eliminated from Playoff contention but looking to play spoiler.
D.C. United hosts Chicago Fire for Fan Appreciation Night at RFK
Get on board! Visit the WMATA website for train delays and more.
This week celebrating you, the fans!
In this week's issue, check out a feature on the best fans in MLS.
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.
When prompted to comment on the state of DC sports, Mayor Gray mentions success of DCU
Watch: Mayor Gray stands up for DCU
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