D.C. United Stadium News

Poll: 6 in 10 oppose public money for DCU stadium


The results of a new Washington Post poll were published this weekend, and while not the worst possible news, it's hardly positive for supporters of D.C. United and the team's long-running effort...

Monday Freedom Kicks: Welcome to SuperWeek!


All weeks are super here at Black and Red United, but only one is SuperWeek! And this is it--and we've got some news on Buzzard Point negotiations, the USMNT, fellow MLS competitors, and European...

Boxing Day Freedom Kicks


Our daily links, today about D.C. United's stadium plan, tifosi, and pyramid schemes.

Stadium proposal to DC Council this week


The District held a public meeting about the disposition of the Reeves Center, which is hoped to be the keystone to the land swaps for D.C. United's stadium deal; today, Vincent Gray said he...

Freedom Kicks: Onalfo vs. Kreis


Our morning link roundup is back starting today, with a rotating cast of writers ready to bring you what lies beyond the walls of our little corner of paradise here at B&RU.

District to miss year-end stadium deadline


Washington D.C. will miss the year-end deadline to bring the land swaps to a vote before the council, in what is being called an "overly ambitious timeline." However, it does not seem as though...

City misses 1st deadline on Buzzard Point proposal


Last Friday was the deadline for Mayor Gray's administration and developer Akridge to submit a land swap proposal to the D.C. Council for approval. That deadline was not met, opening the door to...

Imagining DCU's New Stadium: A Tour of Camp Nou

D.C. United's new stadium won't be Camp Nou, but it can incorporate some of the best elements from Europe's largest stadium. Take a tour of Barcelona's hallowed ground with B&RU and get some ideas...

Stop suggesting that RFK can be refurbished


Stop saying that Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium can be refurbished or that a new stadium can be built in its place: its never going to happen.

Keep D.C. United Releases Fact Sheet


Keep D.C. United, the volunteer group of fans, District residents, business owners, and others formed in 2011 to back D.C. United’s search for a permanent home in Washington, D.C., has released a fact sheet intended to show a stadium at Buzzard Point is the right deal for the District and the one that residents want.

The document is available as a PDF that easily fits on one page and can be brought to any upcoming meetings and forums you may be attending to show support for the stadium. Local officials hearing from residents and fans is especially important to making the stadium deal a reality. Speaking of which, an excerpt from Keep D.C. United's Take Action page:

Stadium opposition is organizing two forums over the next week to discuss the stadium deal between the District and D.C. United. The leader of the opposition has said that "there’s not a lot of enthusiasm" for the stadium – let’s show him how wrong he is!


Friday October 18th, 10 AM – 12 PM
John A Wilson Building, Room 120
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Metro: Federal Triangle or Metro Center

Wednesday, October 23rd, 7 PM – 9 PM
Arena Stage
1101 6th Street, SW
Metro: Waterfront

You can follow Keep D.C. United on Twitter, Facebook, and directly on their website.

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