D.C. United is back where it belongs. To be sure participation in the CONCACAF Champions League makes life more complicated in Major League Soccer, but D.C.
D.C. United coach Ben Olson didn't see Rolfe on Kemp's radar on a cross, but was happy to see him grab his second assist of the game.
D.C. United Managing Partner Jason Levien says he is "optimistic" for the new stadium.
There is nothing certain about life in Major League Soccer. The league is unpredictable and competitive, but reeling from two consecutive shutout losses D.C.
Former D.C. United midfielder Clyde Simms is raising awareness for kidney disease.
Before the United vs Rapids match at RFK Stadium, Simms discussed his experience with kidney disease.