Parking Lot Change | Childhood Cancer Awareness Match
WASHINGTON- Media are advised to park in Lot 3 for the remainder of the regular season because of a closure in Lot 8A. More information on RFK parking lots and directions can be found here .
Game notes for United's match this evening at 7:30 PM against Columbus Crew SC can be found here.
D.C. United lead MLS with 25 goals and eight multi-goal games since Patrick Mullins' acquisition on July 20. They lead the league in goals per game since July 20 (2.27) in front of Toronto (2.18), New York City FC (2.1) and the New York Red Bulls (2.1). Patrick Mullins has scored five goals in the Black-and-Red's last two home matches. D.C. United have lost only once in their last ten matches. The match is also be the final event for D.C. United's Childhood Cancer Awareness campaign. In its third year, the league-wide childhood cancer awareness campaign will continue its efforts to help find better cures for all types of childhood cancer. The campaign runs throughout the month of September and benefits Children's Oncology Group. For information on the club's activities all month, please visit dcunited.com .
Please see below for more information on the club's involvement with Kick Childhood Cancer at tonight's match.
Alex's Lemonade Stand outside of stadium at Main Gate and Gate A before gates open. Honorary Make-A-Wish Captain, who will lead the team out of the tunnel prior to kickoff and meet players following the full-time whistle. Halftime recognition of youth and families from the American Cancer Society, Alex's Lemonade Stand, the American Childhood Cancer Organization, Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic and the Leukemia Lymphoma Society who are surviving their battle with cancer. Players to wear Kick Childhood Cancer t-shirts during pre-game warmups while coaches don KCC scarves. The nets of both goals will be yellow, as will the corner flags, player wristbands, shoe laces for players, and ribbon patches on all players' jerseys. - Please refer to the club as "D.C. United" (including periods in between D and C), "the Black-and-Red" (dashes should separate the three words; "and" should be spelled out and refrain from using "&") or "United." The team should not be referred to as " the D.C. United " or " the United " . One of the founding clubs of Major League Soccer in 1996, D.C. United are the most decorated team in the United States, with 13 domestic and international trophies. The Black-and-Red have won the MLS Cup four times (1996, 1997, 1999 and 2004), the Supporters' Shield four times (1997, 1999, 2006 and 2007) and the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup three times (1996, 2008 and 2013).
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