D.C. United

8th Conference East | 5-8-7
  • Goals For
    19th
    19 GF
  • Assists
    20th
    12 GA
  • Shots
    11th
    264 Shots
  • Saves
    12th
    64 SAV
  • What you need to know about the MLS All-Star Game
    SB Nation

    What you need to know about the MLS All-Star Game

    The MLS All-Star Game is meant to be a bit of fun for the fans, but the game's format leads to a lot of people taking it very seriously. For the 12th straight year, the best players in the United States and Canada will be taking on a top European club team in defense of the honor of North American soccer. The MLS All-Stars have won the last two years, and they'll try to make it three in a row on Thursday against Arsenal. Match coverage starts at 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN and UniMás, and you can also watch the game online at Watch ESPN and Univision Deportes en vivo. Last year's win for MLS over Arsenal's rivals Tottenham Hotspur featured goals from Kaká and David Villa, who are back on this year's

  • Washington Post

    Second-half homestand critical for D.C. United

    Mired in a run of poor results, D.C. United has an opportunity to turn things around in a crucial upcoming homestand. Starting with Sunday’s match against the Montreal Impact (6:30 p.m., NewsChannel 8), United will play five of its next six games at RFK Stadium. The club is in eighth place in the Eastern Conference, four points outside of a playoff berth. With just 14 games left in the season, picking up victories during the stretch at RFK will be crucial for a team that has four of its five wins on the season at home. Four consecutive road games in July yielded two draws and two losses, leaving the club needing a different outcome at home. “We have to get wins,” defender Sean Franklin said after