American Major League Soccer



1993 (26 years old)

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Alternate Names
Major League Soccer

Last Edit
Ovokx: 10 May 2019
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23 Sep 19 DC United  -  Seattle Sounders
26 Sep 19 New York City  -  Atlanta United
26 Sep 19 Minnesota United  -  Sporting Kansas C
26 Sep 19 Real Salt Lake  -  L.A. Galaxy
26 Sep 19 Los Angeles FC  -  Houston Dynamo
26 Sep 19 Portland Timbers  -  New England Rev.
26 Sep 19 San Jose Earthqua  -  Philadelphia Unio
26 Sep 19 New York City  -  Atlanta United
29 Sep 19 Columbus Crew  -  Philadelphia Unio
29 Sep 19 Montreal Impact  -  Atlanta United

Latest Results
22 Sep 19 FC Dallas  -  New York City
22 Sep 19 New York Red Bull  -  Philadelphia Unio
22 Sep 19 Portland Timbers  -  Minnesota United
22 Sep 19 FC Dallas  -  New York City
22 Sep 19 Los Angeles FC 1 - 1  Toronto FC
22 Sep 19 L.A. Galaxy 2 - 1  Montreal Impact
22 Sep 19 Sporting Kansas C 2 - 3  Colorado Rapids
22 Sep 19 Houston Dynamo 2 - 1  Orlando City
22 Sep 19 New England Rev. 0 - 0  Real Salt Lake
22 Sep 19 FC Cincinnati 0 - 0  Chicago Fire

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Major League Soccer (MLS) is a professional soccer league representing the sport's highest level in both the United States and Canada. MLS constitutes one of the major professional sports leagues of the United States and Canada. The league is composed of 20 teams—17 in the U.S. and 3 in Canada. The MLS regular season runs from March to October, with each team playing 34 games; the team with the best record is awarded the Supporters' Shield. The post season includes twelve teams competing in the MLS Cup Playoffs through November and December, culminating in the championship game, the MLS Cup. MLS teams also play in other competitions against teams from other divisions and countries, such as the U.S. Open Cup, the Canadian Championship, and the CONCACAF Champions League. MLS is sanctioned by the United States Soccer Federation (U.S. Soccer).

Major League Soccer was founded in 1993 as part of the United States' successful bid to host the 1994 FIFA World Cup. The first season took place in 1996 with ten teams. MLS experienced financial and operational struggles in its first few years: The league lost millions of dollars, teams played in mostly empty American football stadiums, and two teams folded in 2002. Since then, MLS has expanded to 20 teams, owners built soccer-specific stadiums, average attendance at MLS matches exceeds that of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the National Hockey League (NHL), MLS secured national TV contracts, and the league is now profitable.

Instead of operating as an association of independently owned teams, MLS is a single entity in which each team is owned and controlled by the league's investors. The investor-operators control their teams as owners control teams in other leagues, and are commonly (but inaccurately) referred to as the team's owners. The league's closed membership makes it one of the world's few soccer leagues that does not use promotion and relegation, which is uncommon in North America. MLS headquarters are in New York City.


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Atlanta United

Chicago Fire

Colorado Rapids

Columbus Crew

DC United

FC Cincinnati

FC Dallas

Houston Dynamo

L.A. Galaxy

Los Angeles FC

Minnesota United

Montreal Impact

New England Rev.

New York City

New York Red Bull

Orlando City

Philadelphia Unio

Portland Timbers

Real Salt Lake

San Jose Earthqua

Seattle Sounders

Sporting Kansas C

Toronto FC

Vancouver Whiteca

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