Which Black-and-Red save was the best of 2017? Fans can now cast their vote for United's Save of the Year on D.C. United's Facebook or Twitter pages by liking and/or sharing the post of their favorite stop. The save with the most aggregate likes/shares will be named United's best save of the 2017 season. Check out the nominees for Save of the Year below.
Bill Hamid v. Atlanta, June 21
The Black-and-Red showed Atlanta who the real United are in the expansion side's first-ever match in the District. After going down 1-0, United came back to score two unanswered goals to take the lead. In the closing moments of the match, Hamid made a clutch save to deny Josef Martínez's free kick attempt and to seal the victory for the home side. Vote for Hamid's save on Twitter or Facebook.
Bill Hamid at Colorado, Aug. 19
Hamid's stellar performance in the Mile High City included three world-class saves that helped the Black-and-Red leave Colorado with a 1-0 victory and all three points. While Hamid put on a goalkeeping show between the posts, his acrobatic save against forward Shkëlzen Gashi was arguably his most spectacular stop of the night. Vote for Hamid's save on Twitter or Facebook.
Bill Hamid at Chicago, Sept. 16
Despite falling to the Fire on the road, Hamid logged another strong performance in net, including this impressive stop against Nemanja Nikolic in the 17th minute of the match. The save was later voted MLS' Save of the Week. Vote for Hamid's save on Twitter or Facebook.
Steve Clark at New York, Sept. 27
In his first Atlantic Cup match with the Black-and-Red, Clark was a force between the sticks, denying the Red Bulls five times to help the Black-and-Red leave New Jersey with a hard-fought draw. Clark's incredible 65th minute stop against Bradley Wright-Phillips was the goalkeeper's shining play of the night, and has been nominated for MLS Save of the Year. Vote for Clark's save on Twitter or Facebook.
Steve Clark v. New York, Oct. 22
Clark came up big against the Red Bulls again when the foes from New Jersey traveled to RFK for the final time. After the referee awarded the Red Bulls a penalty kick for a handball in the box, it was Gonzalo Verón from the spot versus Clark in the net. Clark got a jump on the ball and fully extended to deny Veron, which later earned the goalkeeper a nomination for MLS' Week 33 Save of the Week. Vote for Clark's save on Twitter or Facebook.