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Table

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDP
1 Dallas 34 17 9 8 50 40 +10 60
2 Colorado Rapids 34 15 13 6 39 32 +7 58
3 New York RB 34 16 9 9 61 44 +17 57
4 New York City 34 15 9 10 62 57 +5 54
5 Toronto 34 14 11 9 51 39 +12 53
6 LA Galaxy 34 12 16 6 54 39 +15 52
7 Seattle Sounders 34 14 6 14 44 43 +1 48
8 Sporting KC 34 13 8 13 42 41 +1 47
9 DC United 34 11 13 10 53 47 +6 46
10 Real Salt Lake 34 12 10 12 44 46 -2 46
11 Montreal Impact 34 11 12 11 49 53 -4 45
12 Portland Timbers 34 12 8 14 48 53 -5 44
13 Philadelphia Union 34 11 9 14 52 55 -3 42
14 New England 34 11 9 14 44 54 -10 42
15 Orlando City 34 9 14 11 55 60 -5 41
16 Whitecaps 34 10 9 15 45 52 -7 39
17 SJ Earthquakes 34 8 14 12 32 40 -8 38
18 Columbus Crew 34 8 12 14 50 58 -8 36
19 Houston Dynamo 34 7 13 14 39 45 -6 34
20 Chicago Fire 34 7 10 17 42 58 -16 31

 

Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
Major League Soccer
Bradley Wright-Phillips Plaza Colonia 24 0
David Villa Plaza Colonia 23 5
Sebastian Giovinco Plaza Colonia 17 4
Ignacio Piatti Plaza Colonia 17 3
Ola Kamara Plaza Colonia 16 2
Fanendo Adi Plaza Colonia 16 2
Dominic Dwyer Plaza Colonia 16 0
Giovani dos Santos Plaza Colonia 14 1
Cyle Larin Plaza Colonia 14 0
Diego Valeri Plaza Colonia 14 4
Chris Wondolowski Plaza Colonia 12 3
Chris Pontius Plaza Colonia 12 0
Frank Lampard Plaza Colonia 12 1
Jordan Morris Plaza Colonia 12 0
Kei Ansu Kamara Plaza Colonia 12 1
Major League Soccer Playoff
Jozy Altidore Plaza Colonia 5 0
Matteo Mancosu Bologna 4 0
Nicolas Lodeiro Bologna 4 1
Ignacio Piatti Bologna 4 0
Sebastian Giovinco Bologna 4 1
Dominic Oduro Bologna 2 0
Tosaint Ricketts Bologna 2 0
Jordan Morris Bologna 2 0
Nelson Haedo Valdez Bologna 2 0
Emmanuel Boateng Bologna 2 0
Jonathan Osorio Bologna 2 0
Laurent Ciman Bologna 1 0
Bradley Wright-Phillips Bologna 1 0
Alan Gordon Bologna 1 0
Alejandro Bedoya Bologna 1 0

Channels licensed to broadcast Major League Soccer in United States

95.5 The Game
2014-2016
CSN Baltimore
2013-2017
CSN Bay Area
2013-2017
CSN Chicago
2013-2017
CSN Houston
2013-2017
Directv
2016-2017
ESPN
2015-2022
ESPN Radio
2015-2022
ESPN2 USA TV
2014-2016
ESPNEWS
2011-2022
ESPNU
2011-2022
Fox Deportes
2015-2022
Fox Sports GO
2013-2022
fuboTV
2015-2016
Galavision
2013-2017
KMYU Utah
2015-2016
MLS Live
2012-2016
MLSsoccer.com
2014-2018
MSG
2016-2018
MSG Plus
2013-2018
NBCSN
2012-2022
TWCSN
2013-2021
UniMás
2013-2022
Univision USA
2012-2022
WatchESPN
2015-2022
Cualquier juego que se transmita en ESPN también estará disponible en la plataforma digital de WatchESPN. Esto significa que la transmisión en vivo, así como las repeticiones, podrán ser vistas tanto en inglés como en español. La cadena también tiene derecho de transmitir juegos que interesen a cierto público de cada región, pero normalmente ESPN3 declina hacerlo.

 

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About Major League Soccer

The Major League Soccer, or MLS, is known to be the top-rated football league in the United States.

Several years back, FIFA demanded the country to have an operational football league in order to grant the U.S. the right to host the 1994 World Cup. The league’s first season came in 1996, with 10 teams battling to win the title. Since then, the league has expanded to 20 teams, divided in the Eastern and Western conferences.

The MLS’ regular season runs from March to October, with 12 teams making it to the playoffs. The winner of the post-season is awarded the MLS Cup and also earns the right to play in the CONCACAF Champions League.

The league implemented a number of rules that tried to make the sport more popular among American fans, such as a countdown clock and shootouts to determine the winner of a tie game. Nevertheless, the league dropped those rules to use FIFA’s International Board rules for good since the 2003 season.

Los Angeles Galaxy, one of the league’s original teams, is the club with the most titles until today, with five MLS Cups to their name. D.C. United has won four trophies, but they have failed to triumph again since 2004. Portland Timbers, a team that made its debut in the league back in 2011, is the current MLS Cup holder.

The league plans to expand to 24 teams by 2020. Atlanta FC, Los Angeles FC, Minnesota United and Miami FC are the teams lined up to join the league.

Did you know? Three teams have disappeared since the league’s creation in 1996. The Tampa Bay Mutiny and Miami Fusion were folded by the league before the beginning of the 2002 season, while Chivas USA was dissolved following the end of the 2014 season.

Watching MLS On Television in English

MLS has two broadcasters splitting the nationally televised games between ESPN (with games on ESPN and ESPN 2) and Fox Sports One (FS1). They acquired the rights in 2014 from ESPN/NBC Sports in a contract that runs through the 2022 season. The two networks alternate broadcasting the MLS All-Star Game yearly and both networks share broadcast of the games for the MLS Cup playoffs. Here is the breakdown of how you can watch Major League Soccer on ESPN and Fox:

MLS on ESPN & ESPN2

ESPN or ESPN2 broadcast a game of the week on Sunday nights in a double header in conjunction with Fox.

MLS on FS1

The flagship sports station for Fox broadcast their game of the week on Sunday nights in a double header with ESPN.

MLS Direct Kick

In addition to the nationally televised packages, you can watch non-nationally televised out of market matched on your television thought the MLS Direct Kick package. MLS Direct kick is available in the form of a subscription package from DirecTV, Dish Network and most cable providers.

Watching MLS on television in Spanish

The Univision family of networks, along with ESPN Deportes and Fox Deportes, broadcasts national MLS games in the United States with Spanish commentary. In addition, Univision will broadcast the MLS All-Star game in Spanish and select MLS Cup playoff matches.

ESPN Deportes

ESPN Deportes provides Spanish language commentary for every MLS match on ESPN or ESPN2 (including the playoffs).

Fox Deportes

Spanish language commentary of every MLS match on Fox (including the playoffs) is available on Fox Deportes.

UniMás

On Friday nights, UniMás will have Spanish language cover of MLS (English commentary is also available using you SAP button).

Univision Deportes

Select MLS matches are broadcast by Univision Deportes.

MLS Regional Television

In addition to national television coverage each MLS franchise has a local television deal for local and regional broadcasts.

  • Chicago Fire - CSN Chicago and CSN Chicago+
  • Colorado Rapids - Altitude
  • Columbus Crew - CW Columbus and TWC Sports Channel
  • DC United – News Channel 8
  • FC Dallas - TXA 21, Time Warner Cable Sports
  • Houston Dynamo - ROOT SPORTS
  • LA Galaxy - TWCS and TWCD
  • New England Revolution - Comcast SportsNet
  • New York City FC - YES Network
  • New York Red Bulls - MSG
  • Orlando City SC -TV 27
  • Philadelphia Union - The Comcast Network
  • Portland Timbers - KPDX and ROOT SPORTS
  • Real Salt Lake - KMYU
  • San Jose Earthquakes - CSN Bay Area and CSN California
  • Seattle Sounders - Q13 FOX, JOEtv, Univision Seattle (KUNS TV) and ROOT Sports (outside Seattle)
  • Sporting Kansas - KMCI-TV

Watching MLS Online

There are plenty of options to choose from to watch Major League Soccer in both English and Spanish online.

fuboTV

fuboTV streams Univisión Deportes and UniMás with on-demand and DVR capabilities. They offer a free 24 hour trial and after that a subscription costs $9.99 a month.

Sling TV

Sling TV streams ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, FS1, Univision, Univision Deportes and UniMás with on-demand capability but no DVR service. You can sign up for a free seven day trial, after that there are various packages that offer MLS streaming for as little as a $10 per month subscription.

MLS Live

Out of market and non-national TV broadcasted MLS games can be watched live on MLS Live through an annual or monthly subscription. National television matches are available to watch on the service 48 hours after the match. MLS Live is compatible with: Cable or satellite subscribers of select cable and satellite providers offer access to Fox Sports GO for online streaming of every MLS match that a Fox network broadcasts on your computer or mobile device.

Fox Soccer 2Go

Fox’s subscription streaming service, FOX Soccer 2GO, provides online streaming through most computers and mobile devices of every MLS match that a Fox network broadcasts.

Watch ESPN

The streaming service offered by WatchESPN allows access to MLS games on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes (Spanish) for ESPN subscribers whose satellite or cable provider allows access to the service.

Univision Now

Univisión offers a subscription service called Univision Now that has monthly and annual options. The service streams Univision and UniMás with DVR capability and a 72 hour window of on-demand access to certain programing after their initial airing. Univison Now can be accessed with:

MLS on the radio

MLS matches are available on the radio through ESPN Radio, ESPN Deportes Radio (Spanish commentary) and the FOX Sports Radio network. Check your local listings to see if there are network affiliates in your area.

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