D.C. United 2001
2001 Club by Club
The 2001 campaign saw United supporters suffer another difficult year as the club finished last in the Eastern Division and missed out on the playoffs for a second consecutive season.
For the second year in a row, United had a player debut as the youngest in League history when Santino Quaranta came on as a substitute against the New England Revolution on May 9. The 16-year old also became the youngest player to be named as a Player of the Week and a MLS All-Star.