Major League Soccer has extended the moratorium on matches until at least June 8, the league said in a statement released on April 17. League play has been suspended since March 12 due to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
D.C. United continues to support the League and its most recent decision, as the health and safety of our supporters, players and staff remains our number one priority. We will continue to provide updates on rescheduled matches and the full season schedule as they become available and thank you for your support.MLS Press Release
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak all neighborhood events with D.C. United are postponed. We encourage all D.C. United fans to stay safe during these uncertain times and maintain home field advantage against COVID-19
DMV Area Resources
D.C., Maryland and Virginia continue to offer resources and support to people across the area. View the latest information on a range of topics to help ensure the safety of you, your loved ones and your neighbors.
How to Help
Learn more about Martha's Table
Stay Active with DCU
Stay safe at home and have fun with the family with any of our fun activities! Throwback Matches are streamed on our website Friday at 2 PM.
DC SCORES has created a series of at-home soccer and writing activities for children that will keep their minds and bodies active!
Share your challenges on social media and tag #SCORESathome.
D.C. United at Home
Mayor Muriel Bowser and D.C. United have teamed-up to create a 10-day-at-home workout challenge for a more #FitDC. Start your 10-day challenge today!
Spice up your video calls and impress your colleagues and friends with D.C. United Zoom backgrounds.
MLS Unites is a league-wide platform launched in partnership with the MLS Player Association that highlights all of the efforts that players, coaches, the clubs and the league are making to address the important messages and programs taking place during the COVID-19 pandemic.