During training camp it’s probably difficult for the Redskins players to find a free minute or two to do anything but eat, sleep and drink football.
So when the opportunity arises, the guys on the team are going to take full advantage.
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A record crowd for a soccer match in the Nation’s Capital packed into FedExField Wednesday evening for the men’s soccer friendly between the U.S. and Brazil.
Among the announced crowd of 67,619 at the match were several Redskins players who went to Twitter to show their support for the U.S. team, which lost 4-1 to the extremely talented Brazil squad.
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The ball will be different and the accents will be thicker, but FedExField is set to host a full slate of football action this summer. Just not the American kind.
FedExField, home of the Washington Redskins, will host D.C. United and three high-profile European club soccer teams including Chelsea F.C. and A.C. Milan this summer in a doubleheader extravaganza on Saturday, July 28.
Based off the successful 2011 World Football Challenge, the Redskins, D.C. United, Major League Soccer and Creative Artists Agency are finalizing details for an iconic under the lights soccer experience including D.C. United, Chelsea F.C., A.C. Milan and another prominent European club. Read more »
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