D.C. United has released goalkeeper Josh Wicks, who was acquired by United from the L.A. Galaxy last year in exchange for a conditional draft pick in the 2010 MLS SuperDraft. Published April 16 2010
The Washington Freedom wants to show its support for the Washington Capitals by switching their jersey colors to face the Atlanta Beat at home on Sunday. Published April 16 2010
D.C. United is still looking for its first victory four games into the new season. The club is desperate for a win, so expect United to pepper the Chicago Fire with plenty of shots at RFK Stadium on Saturday night. A loss to the Fire will equal the club's worst start to a campaign since Major League Soccer's inaugural season in 1996 Published April 16 2010
Jaime Moreno's controversial goal and a roundup of other soccer news this week Published April 15 2010
If you are driving to the D.C. United vs. Chicago Fire game at RFK Stadium on Saturday night you'll need to read these important points on parking. Published April 15 2010
With a defense plagued by injuries and a red-card suspension, D.C. United added another defender to its roster on Wednesday, signing Jordan Graye as it prepares to host the Chicago Fire. Published April 14 2010
Like Manchester United, Manchester City will prepare for its new season with a tour of the United States in July. No games have yet to been confirmed, but City announced Wednesday that it will be playing "high-profile opponents in different cities along the East Coast." Published April 14 2010
Crystal Palace Baltimore, a second division status team, will will kick off its 2010 season on Friday. Published April 14 2010
The Washington Freedom fell 2-1 to the Boston Breakers in its season-opener before 3,899 at the Maryland SoccerPlex on Saturday night after conceding two first half goals. Published April 12 2010
Sebastian Le Toux wins the Major League Soccer Player of the Week award after notching three goals against D.C. United Published April 12 2010
D.C. United will play storied Italian club AC Milan at RFK Stadium on May 26. Published April 12 2010
D.C. United and the Philadelphia Union sign players; Spain players threaten strike; North Korea's "Rooney" and Boca boots coach. Published April 10 2010
The Washington Freedom host the Boston Breakers to open the 2010 Women's Professional Soccer regular season on Saturday, April 10 at 7PM at the Maryland SoccerPlex. Published April 9 2010
Major League Soccer has made changes to the roster size of teams. Teams can now have 26 players on its roster up from 24.The league has added two additional roster slots per club for "Home Grown Players" players developed by the local club. Published April 9 2010
D.C. United needs a goal. The storied club has given up six unanswered goals in its opening two games. United (0-2) visits the expansion Philadelphia Union (0-1) at Lincoln Financial Field (home of the NFL’s Eagles) still looking for its first win and first goal of the season on Saturday. Published April 9 2010
D.C. United announced on Thursday that it will host FC Dallas in a U.S. Open Cup play-in game on April 28 at RFK Stadium. The club also said it was planning to play three friendlies against European clubs this year. Published April 8 2010
America's women's pro-league, Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) kicks off its second season this weekend with teams in eight based in the Bay Area, Boston, Chicago, New Jersey/New York, St. Louis, Philadelphia, Atlanta, and Washington, D.C. Published April 8 2010
The expansion Philadelphia Union will take on New York Red Bulls on Tuesday, April 27 at Red Bull Arena in a preliminary round match of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Tournament. Published April 7 2010
U.S. Soccer will introduce former national team captain Claudio Reyna as the U.S. Soccer Federation's youth technical director in a conference call at 2 p.m. on Wednesday. Published April 6 2010
England's Premier League's top-of-the-table clash between Chelsea and Manchester United was the most-viewed Premier League match on ESPN's U.S. networks despite starting at 7:45 a.m. on the East Coast last Saturday. Published April 6 2010
John Haydon has covered soccer for The Washington Times for two decades. He has reported on international soccer events in Germany, South Korea and Spain. John hails from Birmingham, England and has lived in the Washington D.C. region for ...Read More
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