Three venues have been named as potential sites for the 2010 U.S. Open Cup Final: Qwest Field in Seattle, Wash., RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C., and The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. Published August 26 2010
Champions Inter Milan will play England's Tottenham Hotspurs in the group stage, while Manchester United will have to deal with Scottish champion Rangers, after today's Champions League draw. Published August 26 2010
On pace to produce its worst season ever, D.C. United is reaching out to its loyal fans with discounts on season tickets, photos with its most famed player and an opportunity to chat with the club president. Published August 26 2010
Howard Webb says he should have sent off Netherlands midfielder Nigel de Jong for his dangerous challenge on Spain midfielder Xabi Alonso in the World Cup final game. Published August 25 2010
The Portland Timbers will have the first selection in the Expansion Draft, while the other 2011 Major League Soccer expansion club, the Vancouver Whitecaps, will get the first selection in the 2011 SuperDraft next year. Published August 24 2010
The San Francisco Bay Area’s FC Gold Pride clinched the WPS regular season title Sunday with a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Red Stars in front of 6,089 fans at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Ill. Published August 23 2010
Australian striker Danny Allsopp scored two goals as United snapped an eight-game winless streak, beating the Philadelphia Union 2-0 before 12,165 at RFK Stadium on Sunday. Published August 23 2010
David Beckham is still the highest-paid player in Major Leagus Soccer, earning $6.5 million guaranteed compensation this year, according to the latest MLS Players Union salary list. Published August 19 2010
After losing 2-0 to Brazil in its first post-World Cup game earlier this month, the U.S. men's team will regroup to play Poland on Oct. 9 in Chicago at Soldier Field. Published August 18 2010
D.C. United added another member of its talented youth academy program to its professional roster: Conor Shanosky. Published August 17 2010
The statistic is staggering for a club with the pedigree of D.C. United. The D.C. outfit, once the marquee team of American soccer, has won just three games in 20 outings this season. United falls 3-1 to FC Dallas. Published August 16 2010
Veteran striker Jaime Moreno has announced that this will be his final season with D.C. United, the club he joined in the team’s inaugural season in 1996. Published August 13 2010
Martin O'Neill has stunned the English soccer world by resigning as the coach of Aston Villa, just five days before the start of the English Premier League season. Published August 9 2010
D.C. United kick off the Ben Olsen era with a road-game at Eastern Conference rivals New England at Gillette Stadium on Saturday. Published August 6 2010
After recovering from a career-threatening knee injury and battling to earn a spot on the U.S. team at the World Cup, American defender Oguchi Onyewu's next challenge is to reach his full fitness and break into the starting lineup at Italian giant AC Milan. Published August 4 2010
American World Cup coach Bob Bradley has named FC Schalke midfielder Jermaine Jones on his 18-man roster that will face five-time FIFA World Cup champions Brazil on Tuesday, Aug. 10, at Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Published August 4 2010
D.C. United fired head coach Curt Onalfo on Wednesday. Former player and assistant coach, Ben Olsen has been named the interim head coach. Published August 4 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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