American teams from Major League Soccer are dominating play in the early rounds of the CONCACAF Champions League. Published August 31 2011
With the transfer deadline ticking down, United States midfielder Michael Bradley has moved from Borussia Moenchengladbach to Chievo Verona, according to reports. Published August 31 2011
Jurgen Klinsmann, the U.S. men’s national team coach, has added D.C. United's Chris Pontius and Birmingham City's Jonathan Spector to the roster for the exhibition game against Costa Rica on Sept. 2 at The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. Published August 29 2011
The D.C. United vs. Portland Timbers game, originally scheduled for Saturday Aug. 27 but called-off due to Hurricane Irene, has been set for Wednesday Oct. 19. Published August 29 2011
Citing general public safety concerns because of the anticipated impact of Hurricane Irene, Major League Soccer has postponed the game between D.C. United and the Portland Timbers, previously scheduled for tomorrow at RFK Stadium. Published August 26 2011
D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid has been called-up to the U.S. men’s national team for two exhibition matches against Costa Rica and Belgium. Published August 25 2011
Manchester City has been handed a tough draw in the UEFA Champions League. The wealthy English Premier League club is returning to Europe's biggest club soccer event for the first time since 1968. Published August 25 2011
D.C. United announced today that kick-off for the club’s league game with the Portland Timbers has been moved to Saturday, August 27 at 2:00 p.m. due to extreme weather conditions expected as Hurricane Irene approaches the Washington, D.C. area. Published August 25 2011
After a three-month wait, D.C. United finally earns a win at home, downing the expansion Vancouver Whitecaps 4-0 on goals from Chris Pontius, Andy Najar and Stephen King. Published August 14 2011
Freddy Adu, once dubbed "the future of American soccer" soccer is returning to play in Major League Soccer. The former D.C. United midfielder is set to sign with the Philadelphia Union as a Designated Player and will be unveiled at the club on Friday, according to news reports. Published August 11 2011
Former D.C. United midfielder Jesse Marsch has been named the head coach of the expansion Montreal Impact, which will join the MLS next season. Published August 10 2011
America's soccer league and NBC Sports Group have agreed on a three-year agreement to air 45 MLS games and four U.S. men’s national team contests on NBC and NBC Sports Network starting in 2012. Published August 10 2011
D.C. United midfielder Dwayne De Rosario has been named MLS Player of the Week for the second consecutive week by the North American Soccer Reporters. Published August 8 2011
Dwayne De Rosario just can’t stop scoring goals against his former clubs. The D.C. United striker notched a hat trick against Toronto FC at RFK Stadium on Saturday night in a helter-skelter 3-3 tie. Published August 7 2011
Juergen Klinsmann has given his team a Mexican and German soccer flavor for his first game as coach when the U.S. team play Mexico in an exhibition game at Philadelphia on Aug. 10. Published August 4 2011
The choice of Juergen Klinsmann as U.S. team coach is refreshing. If he can mold players into his stylish image it will be a great benefit to the game in America. Published August 1 2011
Dwayne De Rosario is certainly D.C. United's best acquisition in a long time. Published August 1 2011
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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