WASHINGTON, DC - D.C. United on Thursday announced that two of the club's remaining League matches have been rescheduled, one in conjunction with the recently announced date change for the Major League Soccer All-Star Game. The League's midsummer classic, originally scheduled for July 24, has been moved to the following weekend. The All-Star Game will still be broadcast on ABC, with a 2 p.m. ET kick-off.
With the change, D.C. United will travel to Dallas a week earlier than originally planned, taking on the Burn at 8:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, July 24. The game will still be broadcast on Comcast SportsNet. United's Wednesday, September 1 match against Chicago has also been moved. The Black-and-Red will now travel to the Windy City to take on the Fire on Saturday, September 4 at 8:30 p.m. ET.
All of United's games, home and away, can be heard live in English on WMET 1160 AM, and in Spanish on Radio America 1540 AM, Radio Fiesta 1480 AM and Latino Mix 1350 AM. Live commentary in both English and Spanish are also available on-line at the newly redesigned dcunited.com.
For D.C. United's full schedule, click here.