Our Region Was Well Represented
From Virginia Beach to Frederick and beyond, Black & Red supporters turned out in their Red, White and Blue to make the trek to Columbus.
Thanks Jimi, for organizing and giving the opportunity for soccer fans in the DC area a chance to take part in the epic encounter!
What an atmosphere
The weary road warriors left Columbus in the rear view, ears still ringing from the night’s cacophonous celebrations. Dos a Cero!
Crew Stadium was awash with patriotic fervor and the fans certainly did their part in providing a home field advantage the likes of which has never been seen before on our shores.
All left with smiles adorning their faces with thoughts of the carnival in Rio awaiting the next leg of our World Cup journey!!
Sí, se puede?
Not so much.
“When we scored, it seemed like they didn’t believe.”
Nor did their fans, who were exiting en masse long before the final whistle.
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The Galaxy is Next
Landon certainly got the job done in Ohio, now we get to see whether we can stop him on the club level at RFK.
D.C. United vs. LA Galaxy
Saturday, September 14th
Please note date and time!!
Tickets for all of our sections are going fast as it is the only home date in September! Nicole will help get you the seat you need, just order online by clicking here.
United Drives will be collecting children’s books for United for D.C. and its United Reads program outside of Gate A.
Books collected will be distributed to underserved youth in United for D.C.’s adopted at-risk public elementary schools during the fall United Reads school visits, as well as United for D.C.’s Reading Corners located in waiting areas of two Children’s Health Centers located in Southeast D.C. Serving six D.C. Public Schools, United Reads teaches children the importance of reading and education, as well as a healthy and active lifestyle, through school assemblies and in-class visits from D.C. United players and volunteers.