1. DC Sign 17-Year-Old Fighting Cancer for Make-a-Wish

    D.C. United have summoned reinforcements in the midst of a busy stretch that will see them play five times in 15 days. And in the process, they have made a dream come true for a 17-year-old boy fighting cancer...

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  2. D.C. United Drops 1-0 Decision to Portland

    With injuries, matches and travel miles stacking up, D.C. United Coach Ben Olsen turned to his bench Wednesday night in Portland. His understaffed club conceded an early goal before settling down and giving the Timbers a hard time in the second half...

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  3. Mishu Making 1st Career Start vs. Timbers

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  4. Rolfe and Doyle Lead Attack vs. Revs

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  5. Farfan Finds New Home Back in MLS with D.C.

    The introduction of D.C. United players before last Sunday's match at Philadelphia elicited predictable derisive comebacks — except when midfielder Michael Farfan was announced...

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  6. Halsti Settling in After Missing Start of Season with Injury

    Markus Halsti is a positive person. It doesn't take much interaction with the amiable Finn and his omnipresent grin to realize as much...

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  7. D.C. United's Luis Silva Is Sidelined 2-3 Weeks with Hamstring Injury

    D.C. United forward Luis Silva will miss two to three weeks with a strained hamstring suffered Sunday at Philadelphia, adding to the club's sudden injury concerns ahead of a brutal stretch of the schedule...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 10 days ago 30 reads 0 comments

  8. D.C. United Signs Forward/Midfielder Facundo Coria

    D.C. United announces that the club has signed Argentinean forward/midfielder Facundo Coria. He will become available for selection following receipt of his International Transfer Certificate and P-1 Visa...

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  9. Opare, Rolfe Fire D.C. United Past Orlando City in 2-1 Victory

    Losing for the first time at home all season on Wednesday against Orlando City , D.C. United was on the brink of their first loss at home since June of 2014...

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  10. D.C. United, SKC Play to Draw After Trading 1st-Half Goals

    With a chance to move top of the standings in MLS following the New England Revolutions' draw on Friday night, D.C. United instead settled for a 1-1 draw at home against Sporting Kansas City ...

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  11. D.C.'s Soccer Team Is Advocating for the District's Voting Rights. Here's How.

    Residents of Washington D.C. can't vote for a member of Congress or the Senate. The city itself doesn't have the authority to pass its own budget without Congressional oversight. Even when D...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 21 days ago 4 reads 0 comments

  12. D.C. United's Halsti Eager for MLS Debut

    In many ways, Markus Halsti's first spring in Washington has proceeded without a hitch. The Finnish national soccer team veteran has settled into a home with his fiancée and ...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 21 days ago 2 reads 0 comments

  13. Familiarity Breeds Results for D.C. United in Best Start in Team History

    When D.C. United looked to move past their mostly forgetful 2013 season, they had to do so by bringing in new faces all over the field...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 23 days ago 1 reads 0 comments

  14. Clyde Simms Waits for Another Kidney Transplant

    Clyde Simms's day begins at 4:50 a.m. Three days a week, the former MLS midfielder reports to a dialysis clinic near home in the Boston area for a 6 o'clock appointment to have blood filtered for four hours, a treatment necessitated by kidney disease..

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 29 days ago 18 reads 0 comments