D.C. United Stadium News

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.

News Roundup: Kasper, Olsen & Stadium Opponents

On the wires today, the Post gets confirmation that Olsen and Kasper will likely be back next year, MLS Soccer tells us why that's a good thing, and we find that stadium opponents tend to oppose the new stadium.

3 D.C. CMs Express Doubt on Stadium Land Swap Plan

This week, in a briefing with City Administrator Allen Y. Lew, three members of the D.C. Council expressed reservations about the city's plan to acquire land on Buzzard Point that could eventually house a new D.C. United stadium.

D.C. & Akridge agree on land swap ground rules

The Washington Post's Jonathan O'Connell reports that the city and one of the Buzzard Point parcel owners have agreed on the outlines of a land swap and a mechanism to value each side's contribution to the deal to ensure both sides receive value.

DCU and Gray to sign Project Labor Agreement Tues.

The next step in the D.C. United stadium push will take place at 2pm tomorrow with the signing of the Project Labor Agreement.

What a stadium could mean for DCU's reserves & RVA

As MLS pushes every team to affiliate with a USL Pro side or else to enter their reserve team into the third-tier league, one wonders how this development will interplay with D.C. United's recent stadium announcement.

Did DCU raise ticket prices for 2014? Yes and no.

The team released its season ticket packages for 2014 this afternoon, and if Twitter is to be believed, you're going to be paying more next year. We dive into the numbers to find out for sure.

Monumental FC at yesterday's stadium presser

Dave Johnson hosts the latest episode of the Monumental Network's new weekly series on D.C. United and soccer in the Nation's Capital.

DCU's Stadium News--Is it Enough to Salvage 2013?

Does D.C. United's stadium announcement change how you think about the 2013 season? Does the prospect of a gleaming new home on Buzzard Point overcome 2013's disappointment on the field?

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