Seattle Sounders F.C.visited DC on June 1st and beat United two goals to nil to continue a frustrating season for United.
DC United and the New York Red Bulls met on Friday May 13th for the first time this season, both sitting mid-table. United came out of the game with a 2-0 win
New York City FC defeated DC United 2-0 in a contest that featured two former World Cup winners, who showed that they still have enough in the tank to make a difference
Three unanswered goals against the New England Revolution gave DC United their second league win of the season.
After crushing Vancouver 4-0 last weekend, DC United were hoping to do the same to another Canadian team. Toronto FC, though, had other ideas.
DC United defeated the Vancouver Whitecaps 4-0 with a brace each from Espindola and Saborio, to record their first win of the 2016 season.
What is it about women's sport that some people do not get? How long has it been since the passage of Title IX? When was it that Billy Jean King convinced the USTA to give equal prize money to women? The answer is much longer than Apple has had an 'I" or a "phone."
DC United were seeking their first win of the season against FC Dallas, instead they were shut out in a 3-0 loss.
Newly announced Colorado Rapids goalkeeper, Tim Howard, was on hand to watch his team draw 1-1 with DC United
There may be a perception that MLS has deep pockets. Certainly, the profiles of the MLS owners would lead one to believe that that is the case. But in truth, the MLS business model is structured to avoid leveraging their wealth.
This 1st round MLS playoff game pitted DC United against the New England Revolution for the right to play the New York Red Bulls in the Eastern Conference Semi-final
D.C. United entered Sunday's game against the Chicago Fire knowing that a win would keep them in contention for a 1st round bye in the playoffs.
D.C. United needed a win to qualify for the MLS playoffs, but with only one point in their last four matches, while Columbus had won 3 over the same period, the omens weren't so good.
D.C. United, best in the East, on a 3 game losing streak, up against the Colorado Rapids, with 3 wins in their last 4 league games. 15,943 fans watched to see if those trends would continue.
Will soccer become the most popular sport in the United States? To Baby Boomers, that question is preposterous. "No way," many would answer. To Millennials, the answer to the question is not "If," but, "When?"
Does the popularity of the FIFA series cause the rise in popularity of professional soccer in America, or is it the other way around?