Silva hat trick propels United into first place at World Cup break

Luis Silva's first-half hat trick pushed D.C. United to a 4-2 victory over the Montreal Impact at  soggy Stade De Saputo tonight in Montreal, Canada. The win for United (7-4-4 25 points) vaulted them past the idle New England Revolution and into first place heading into a two-week break for the World Cup which starts […]

Episode 142 – The Talent is Back

Join the guys on this special edition of the UnitedMania.com podcast. The boys talk about DC United's past three matches, including the draw vs Montreal, the win against Houston, and the road loss to the New England Revolution. The guys also touch base on the US Men's National Team and the noted omissions from the 23 man roster.

Johnson’s late goal salvages 1-1 draw with Montreal

It's been a rough few weeks for Eddie Johnson. Surprisingly left off the United States World Cup training camp roster in combination with a season-long scoring drought and not-so-flattering comments on his new team mates has added up to a ton of media attention and soul searching from the much-maligned 30-year old striker. Photo: Tony Quinn.

United vs Montreal: United still winless on the road after 2-1 loss in Montreal

Marco Di Vaio broke out of a six-week scoring drought with both goals for Montreal in their 2-1 win tonight over D.C. United at Stade Saputo in Montreal, Canada. The loss for United brings their road record to 0-9-3 on the season with only 3 goals scored in those matches. Di Vaio scored in the […]

Disney Pro Soccer Classic: United and Montreal play to 1-1 draw

D.C. United and the Montreal Impact played to a 1-1 draw this afternoon in the final match of group play in the Disney Pro Soccer Classic. Trialist Kyle Porter improved his chances of making United's squad with a well taken goal in the 85th minute to level the match after a wonder bicycle kick goal […]

DC Draws First Tie with Montreal

On a night when DC United mourned one of their greatest fans (Javier “Chico” Solares), and easily one of the greatest fans in MLS history, the Black and Red came back to tie the Montreal Impact in the second half to extend their unbeaten streak to 5 games. After Montreal’s Bernardo Corradi scored to break the duck of a desultory game, DC United responded minutes later to with a Maicon Santos laser to tie the match 1-1.