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Real Salt Lake Kick Off Two-Game Road Run With MLS Matchday 19 at D.C. United


HERRIMAN, Utah (Thursday, June 15, 2023) – Real Salt Lake (5-7-5, 20 pts., 11th West) kicks off yet another three-game week – its seventh in the last eight – Saturday at Audi Field in the Nation’s Capital against D.C. United (6-7-5, 23 pts. 8th East), with Head Coach Pablo Mastroeni’s side unbeaten in 12 of its last 14 (seven wins, five draws) since April 22, a run which includes seven consecutive road results across both MLS and U.S. Open Cup play. RSL has not played at D.C. since March, 2019, losing in its lone previous visit to Audi Field in a game that saw current Head Coach Wayne Rooney score a hat trick against RSL in a 5-0 DCU win. All-time, across all competitions, RSL owns just one win – in 2018 – against eight losses and three draws in Washington, D.C.

Kickoff between RSL and D.C. United begins at 5:30p MT on the Apple MLS Season Pass w/ Tyler Terens and Devon Kerr (ENG) & Jose Hernandez and Pablo Marino (SPN); for local coverage, tune in at 4:30p MT for KSL Radio pre-game w/ David James & Jay Nolly via / 1280 AM / 97.5 FM and / 1160 AM). 

RSL will make this trip – as well as Wednesday’s jaunt to St. Louis CITY SC – without a quartet of internationals, as FW Jefferson Savarino (Venezuela), FW Rubio Rubin (Guatemala), FW Anderson Julio (Ecuador) and MF Braian Ojeda (Paraguay). RSL returns home next Saturday, June 24 against Minnesota United; tickets can be found at


Real Salt Lake (5-7-5, 20 pts., 11th West) travels to D.C. and St. Louis in the next week seeking its first-ever wins at Audi Field and CITYPark, buoyed by the Club’s recent road form, which has seen RSL amass 10 road points in its last four away contests, with League wins in Austin (June 3, 2-1) and Colorado (May 20, 3-2), along with a draw at Minnesota (May 27, 1-1) and an Open Cup win at Colorado (May 24, 1-0). 

Since April 8, RSL has recorded eight wins, three losses and five draws in its last 16 games across multiple competitions, as last Saturday’s 0-0 home draw with NYCFC concluded a slate of schedule congestion with 14 games in 48 days across MLS and Open Cup action, during which Mastroeni and the RSL staff used 25 different players.