8:38 PM EDT, Fri October 24, 2014
Hot Time in Old Town 2 hours ago

90 Minutes Left: Fire v Houston, MLS #34, Preview

Fire bid farewell to club stalwart Logan Pause after storied 12-year career When: Friday October 24th at 7PM CST Where: Toyota Park, Bridgeview, Illinois Where to Watch: Toyota Park stands, NBCSN Hey, What Happened? The 2014/2015 Chicago Fire preseason tour went into Washington DC hoping to get a little positive momentum heading into the season finale versus Houston. That positive momentum did not happen, as DC United proved they had much more to play for and came out the victors 2-1 as they locked up the number one seed in the Eastern Conference. The culprit to the Fire's undoing last...

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Washington Post 4 hours ago

D.C. United enters MLS regular season finale stressing momentum for playoffs

D.C. United had been on a playoff trajectory since July, so clinching a berth and wrapping up first place in the Eastern Conference came with an air of inevitability. With a few bumps along the way, United hit those benchmarks and continued the greatest one-year turnaround MLS has ever seen. Read full article >>
Washington Post 8 hours ago

Manchester United-Chelsea highlights this weekend’s Premier League action

Sunday’s Manchester United-Chelsea match is unquestionably the marquee Premier League fixture for the weekend, but it may not be as competitive as the names involved would suggest. Sixth-place Manchester United still rates relatively poorly in my expected goals ranking, with an opposition-adjusted expected-goals ratio of just .500. That is, once you account for United’s easy opening schedule, the Red Devils have created chances of about equal quality to those they have conceded. Read full article >>
Washington Post 11 hours ago

Soccer Insider: D.C. United is top seed in CONCACAF Champions League knockout stage

“Worst to first” has been a common theme around D.C. United this year, and with the group stage of the CONCACAF Champions League complete, DCU can add another glossy item to the 2014 portfolio: the No. 1 seed heading into the knockout stage of the international competition. Read full article >>

D.C. United is top seed in CONCACAF Champions League knockout stage

“Worst to first” has been a common theme around D.C. United this year, and with the group stage of the CONCACAF Champions League complete, DCU can add another glossy item to the 2014 portfolio: the No. 1 seed heading into the knockout stage of the international competition. United was the only club among 24 entries […]
CSN Washington 12 hours ago

D.C. United pushing to host MLS Cup

D.C. United has locked up first place in the Eastern Conference, but now they have their sights set on hosting the MLS Cup.
Washington Post 12 hours ago

D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid developing into a star

In 2009, D.C. United signed its first academy player to a professional contract. At the time, 18-year-old goalkeeper Bill Hamid was expected to eventually do big things for his hometown team. Five years later, Hamid has already lived up to the hype. But there is still a lot more to come. Read full article >>
Washington Post Oct 23, 2014

Here are some awkward images of One Direction wearing American sports jerseys

The mere mention of the return of British boy band One Direction to the United States is probably enough to get the group’s average fan (every 14-year-old girl) to hound her parents until they give in and buy tickets. So, the group, best known for their swishy hairstyles, posing in jerseys from various NFL, college football and one MLB team doesn’t make a lot of sense, especially when leading pretty boy and Taylor Swift’s ex-boyfriend Harry Styles looks so miserable doing it. Read full article >>
Washington Post Oct 23, 2014

British man is auctioning off his baby’s soccer allegiance to either Manchester United or Man City

A 30-year-old father in England will use eBay to figure out which soccer team his 7-month-old son should root for. Will it be Manchester City or Manchester United? The person who wins the online auction will get the final say, Ian Charters tells BBC Sport. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Oct 22, 2014

Depth leads United to win over Tauro FC

The quality of depth on United’s roster came through in a 1-0 win to finish the group stage of the Champions League with a perfect 4-0 record.
Washington Post Oct 22, 2014

Soccer Insider: D.C. United wins 4th straight Champions League group match, clinches high seed

In the process of closing out CONCACAF Champions League group play with a perfect record, D.C. United also secured one of the top three seeds in next spring’s quarterfinals. United had already secured passage to the next stage, and with a 1-0 victory at Tauro in Panama City, the MLS club won its fourth consecutive match to climb the seeding chart. Read full article >>

D.C. United wins 4th straight Champions League group match, clinches high seed

In the process of closing out CONCACAF Champions League group play with a perfect record, D.C. United also secured one of the top three seeds in next spring’s quarterfinals. United had already secured passage to the next stage, and with a 1-0 victory at Tauro in Panama City, the MLS club won its fourth consecutive […]
Washington Post Oct 21, 2014

D.C. United caps perfect run through Champions League group stage

D.C. United defeated Tauro FC, 1-0, Tuesday in Panama City to cap a perfect group-stage campaign in the CONCACAF Champions League and secure a top-four seed in next spring’s quarterfinals. United (4-0-0) had clinched first place in the group last month and, with the MLS season taking priority, sent a secondary roster to the finale against Tauro (0-4-0). Read full article >>
Washington Post Oct 21, 2014

Soccer Insider: D.C. United in Panama for CONCACAF Champions League group finale

Half of D.C. United’s roster is in Panama today for the CONCACAF Champions League group finale. The other half, including all of the usual starters, are in Washington. Having already secured a quarterfinal berth, United sent 13 reserves and an MLS pool goalkeeper to face Tauro FC in a match that is inconsequential aside from improving D.C.’s seeding in the knockout round. With the playoffs approaching, Ben Olsen made the prudent decision to keep his regulars at home. At this point, maintaining a training rhythm without mid-week interruption and avoiding injury and long-distance travel...

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