The City of Baltimore recently launched a feasibility study to identify potential locations for a new stadium that could move D.C. United about 45 minutes up I-95. But as Craig Stouffer is reporting, we'll have to wait until October before we know the results.
But the City of Baltimore, the state of Maryland, D.C. United and its fans will have to wait a bit longer, as the results of the study are now not expected until October, according to media relations official at the Maryland Stadium Authority.
Stouffer also points out that the primaries being held today in Washington and Prince George's County might give way to more public talk about the future of the team. Apparently the team has curbed public discussion about a possible move so as not to become an "issue" in the upcoming mayoral election. Once we know who the mayor is going to be, the team will be able to clarify their intentions.