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With Jamaica calling, Ziadie must decide if he should wait for Arena.

D.C. United, Columbus Crew open quarterfinal series on the road.

Olsen's broken ankle is headache for teams on both sides of Atlantic.

D.C. United expects Ammann to return to training on Monday.

D.C. United, Columbus invited to participate in inaugural Giants Cup.

Anschutz finalizes deal to take over D.C. United, controls four teams.

There was certainly logic behind D.C. United's unprededented dealing; report card is pending.

Olsen makes English debut in Forest's 2-0 loss to Watford.

D.C. United descent can be linked to Lassiter departure.

Yellow cards put Etcheverry on bench for D.C. United's game in Dallas.

Albright’s two goals help D.C. United move on by beating Rochester 3-0.

Shorthanded D.C. United fighting for its playoff life against Mutiny.

Much-traveled Diaz Arce sent back to D.C. United, site of previous glories.

United acquires Marino, English teenager, trying to stem extended slide.

Convey expected to get first start for struggling United against Crew.

A dismal opening day for D.C. United in more ways than one.

D.C. United, Chicago, maybe Los Angeles are class of MLS in 2000.

RFK Stadium in Washington is confirmed as MLS Cup 2000 site.

D.C. United captures spring training trophy in PKs over MetroStars.

Etcheverry has his left knee scoped.

Lassiter irate with deal that sends him to Miami from D.C. United.

D.C. United serves as model for success in building MLS dynasty.

 

DC United  (Washington) D.C. United

Year Record Coach Notes
2000 8-18-6 Thomas Rongen -
1999 23-9 Thomas Rongen MLS champions
1998 24-8 Bruce Arena MLS runners-up
1997 21-11 Bruce Arena MLS champions
1996 16-16 Bruce Arena MLS champions
  • website: www.dcunited.com
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  • Address
    United Park
    13832 Redskins Drive
    Herndon, VA 22071
    phone: (703) 478-6600
    tickets: (703) 478-6600
    fax: (703) 736-9451
    e-mail: info@dcunited.com

    Fan clubs
    The Screaming Eagles

    Daily newspapers
    The Washington Post
    Washington Times

    Team officials
    Investor-Operator: Washington Soccer, L.P.
    CEO/president/general manager: Kevin Payne
    Head coach: Thomas Rongen

    Team staff
    Assistant coach: Dave Sarachan
    Goalkeeping coach: Alan Kelly
    Athletic trainer, physical therapist: Rick Guter, ATC/PT
    Equipment manager: Charles Raycroft
    Team administrator: Ray Trifari
    Speed and fitness coach: Greg Petrosian
    Team doctor: William Hazel, MD, Commonwealth Orthopaedic Associates
    Team dentist: Emilio Canal, DMD, Reston Dental Arts
    Official training center: United Park
    Team photographer: Tony Quinn
    Public address announcer: Byron Kerr, Fredy Burgos
    Gameday statisticians: Brian Bishop, Matt Winkler, Chris Stockton, Scott Warner

    Team information
    Stadium: RFK Stadium
    Directions to stadium: From National Airport Exit National Airport following signs for I-395 and 50 West to Washington. On George Washington Parkway take exit for I-395 North. Stay on 395 North, across the Potomac River, for approximately three miles. Once past the Maine Avenue exit, stay in the left lane of the freeway. I-395 will exit to the right to the Capitol and Senate buildings. Do not follow I-395 North; stay left for the stadium. Proceed straight ahead in the left lanes to the exit at Sixth Street Southeast and Navy Yard. At bottom of the ramp go left at traffic light onto Sixth Street. Stay on 6th Street for .05 miles to Independence Avenue. Turn Right onto Independence Ave. and stay on Independence for 1.1 miles to 19th Street. Turn Left onto 19th Street and travel one block to East Capitol Street. Turn right on East Capitol to the stadium.
    MLS capacity: 26,169
    Field dimensions: 72 yards x 110 yards
    Playing surface: Grass
    Team colors: Black, white, red
    Ticket prices: $36, $26, $20, $14
    United television: TBD
    United television announcers: TBD
    United radio: WACA-AM 1570 (Spanish)
    United radio announcers: TBD
    Division: Eastern
    Visiting team hotel: TBD

    Administrative staff
    Senior vice president: Stephen Zack
    Director, corporate sales: Skip Kruger
    Director, sponsor services: Kimberly Lane
    Director, communications: Rick Lawes
    Director, operations: R. Dennis Lee
    Director, ticket sales/customer service: Fred Matthes
    Director, finance: Frank Moore
    Director, marketing: Jamie O’Connor
    Director, ticket sales/new business: Mark Washo
    Box office director: Scott Meares
    Assistant to the CEO/president: Jacqueline Parke
    Press officer: Michael Kammarman
    Account executive: Bruce Bundrant
    Advertising and promotions coordinator: Kwame Bryan
    Systems Administrator: Len Kieffer
    Corporate programs managers: Michael Hitchcock, Murphy Malone
    Corporate & community programs managers: Chris Keeney, Drew Young
    Community programs managers: Carlos Cardenas, Dan Giffin, Mike Harloff
    Customer service / community relations: Catherine Marquette
    Customer service: Josh Goodstadt

    Washington Soccer L.P.
    Chairman: Paul E. Tierney, Jr.
    Vice chairman: Matthew Wheeler
    Board of directors: Edward Leask, Peter McNulty, Gabe Nechamkin, Kevin Payne, Peter Streinger, Neil Tyra, Sean Warren
    Investors: Mark Cowan, Hamilton E. James, Bill Mayer, Brian Thompson

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