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Topic - Red Bull Arena
A drenched and elated Abby Wambach stood at midfield with her U.S. teammates after a win over South Korea, watching the goal onslaught on the big screen.
Indiana's slogan is the "Quest for 8," a nod to the Hoosiers' dominant men's soccer history while eying an eighth national title. Georgetown's only slogan all season was "Red Bull" – as in reach Red Bull Arena for the Big East championships.
A superstorm, a nor'easter and a pair of corresponding postponements stood between D.C. United and the New York Red Bulls playing their decisive playoff contest as planned. But when the match finally unfolded Thursday at Red Bull Arena, the drama proved worth the wait.
MLS on Wednesday postponed Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinal between D.C. United and the New York Red Bulls, determining continuing snow brought on by a nor'easter had made the field unplayable.
A raucous RFK Stadium crowd may have witnessed the theatrics of postseason soccer for the first time in five years Saturday, but neither D.C. United nor the New York Red Bulls seemed well cast as playoff contenders. When all was said and done, United and the Red Bulls found themselves deadlocked 1-1 after the first leg of their two-game, total-goals Eastern Conference semifinal.
In the world of soccer, conventional wisdom says a draw at home is far from ideal. When it comes to a two-game, total-goals series, in fact, the result can be downright disheartening.
D.C. United and the New York Red Bulls will swap home dates for their Eastern Conference semifinal series, the clubs announced Wednesday, with RFK Stadium hosting Game 1 on Saturday as the New York metropolitan area continues to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy.
To Dejan Jakovic, there is a simple explanation for the intensity behind the Atlantic Cup rivalry between his D.C. United side and the New York Red Bulls.
The 2012 MLS All-Star game was awarded Tuesday to the Philadelphia Union, who will host the annual event July 25 at PPL Park.
Shaking up the U.S. national team in matters large and small, Jurgen Klinsmann walked into the locker room after his first win last weekend.
The New York Jets got a taste of wet weather Thursday, with plenty more apparently on the way.
With Hurricane Irene taking aim at the East Coast, Major League Soccer has changed times or dates for three games scheduled this weekend.
Colombia and Honduras will meet in an exhibition at Red Bull Arena on Sept. 3.
Having played for some of the world's best teams, Thierry Henry knows the MLS All Stars will face a daunting task against Manchester United in the league's annual mid-season classic.
Dwayne De Rosario had a memorable return to Red Bull Arena. De Rosario, playing against his former team for the first time since beaing traded on June 27, scored in the 61st minute to lift D.C. United to a 1-0 win over the New York Red Bulls on Saturday night.