Soccer fans aren’t letting public opinion stop them from bombarding D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray and city council members with support for a new DC United stadium at Buzzard Point.
The plan to build a new stadium for DC United at Buzzard Point was announced last week but is far from a done deal.
Seventeen years after the Washington Redskins played their final game at RFK Stadium, D.C. United now has plans to follow suit and move into new digs.
Lavar and Dukes were privileged to be joined by esteemed D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray on Tuesday, so naturally they addressed the name of the Washington Redskins and what it would take to move the team back within city limits.
D.C. United forward Dwayne De Rosario has been suspended for two regular-season games by MLS for violent conduct in a preseason game.
D.C. United captain and reigning MLS MVP Dwayne De Rosario will likely miss the rest of the season with a sprained left knee.
If you’re heading out to a Redskins, D.C. United or Nationals’ game and you’re looking for something different than burgers, fries or chicken fingers, these are the must eats at D.C.’s most popular stadiums.
This week on the Upper 90 Show, Robert Bode is joined — as always — by Brendan Darr, Justin McMahan and Austin Sanders to discuss the biggest topics in soccer. The guys start off the show discussing the newest squad additions at Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), and if the French club is a true contender for the Champions League title after acquiring centre back Thiago Silva and striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic from AC Milan. D.C. area soccer fans will be able to see PSG this summer, when they face DC United at RFK Stadium on July 28th.
It was an interesting week in the world of soccer, and the Upper 90 Soccer Show covered just about everything. From Paris Saint-Germain making a huge waves in the European summer transfer market, Chelsea captain John Terry being cleared of racially abusing QPR’s Anton Ferdinand (brother of Manchester United’s Rio Ferdinand), plenty of transfer rumors and big news concerning DC United.
This week on the Upper 90 Soccer Show, Robert Bode is joined by Brendan Darr, Justin McMahan and Austin Sanders, as always, and of course the main topic of discussion was Spain claiming their another European Championship, their third consecutive major tournament title. Despite their dominance, the discussion centers on a very hot topic; is Spain playing a boring game or do they have the possession game perfected? After discussing La Furia Roja, the guys get into a heated debate on just which 23 players to picks for their “Team of the Tournament,” followed by a each host selection their best XI.