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Table

 

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
Eastern Conference
1
DC United 8 4 2 2 12 9 +3 14 LWDLW
2
Toronto FC 6 4 1 1 18 11 +7 13 WLDWW
3
Philadelphia Union 8 4 1 3 12 9 +3 13 WLWWW
4   Columbus Crew 8 4 1 3 8 8 +0 13 LLWWL
5
Orlando City SC 8 3 2 3 12 13 -1 11 WLWLW
6   Montreal Impact 8 3 2 3 8 14 -6 11 LWDDL
7
Chicago Fire 7 2 3 2 12 11 +1 9 WDDWL
8
Cincinnati 8 2 2 4 8 13 -5 8 LLDLW
9
New York City 7 1 5 1 9 11 -2 8 WDDLD
10
New England 8 2 1 5 6 12 -6 7 WLLWL
11
New York RB 7 1 2 4 8 9 -1 5 LDLLL
12
Atlanta United 6 1 2 3 5 8 -3 5 LWLDD
Western Conference
1
Los Angeles FC 9 7 1 1 25 7 +18 22 WLWWW
2
LA Galaxy 7 6 0 1 13 7 +6 18 WWWWW
3
Seattle Sounders FC 7 5 1 1 15 9 +6 16 LWWDW
4
Dallas 8 5 1 2 14 9 +5 16 WWLWW
5
Houston Dynamo 6 4 1 1 13 8 +5 13 LWWWW
6   Minnesota United 7 3 1 3 17 15 +2 10 LDWLL
7
Real Salt Lake 8 3 1 4 10 14 -4 10 WWLLL
8
Sporting KC 7 2 3 2 15 11 +4 9 LDDWD
9
SJ Earthquakes 7 2 0 5 10 17 -7 6 WLWLL
10
Vancouver Whitecaps 8 1 2 5 6 11 -5 5 LWDLD
11
Portland Timbers 7 1 1 5 9 18 -9 4 WLLLL
12
Colorado Rapids 8 0 2 6 12 23 -11 2 LLLLL
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Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
C. VelaLos Angeles 10 1
Z. IbrahimovićLA Galaxy 7 4
D. RossiLos Angeles 6 0
J. AltidoreToronto 5 0
K. KamaraColorado Rapids 5 1
C. QuinteroMinnesota United 5 4
NaniOrlando City 4 1
A. ElisHouston Dynamo 4 2
K. NémethSporting KC 4 0
PozueloToronto 4 1
J. RodríguezHouston Dynamo 4 0
W. RooneyDC United 4 1
A. RusnákReal Salt Lake 4 2
J. RussellSporting KC 4 0
C. SapongChicago Fire 4 0

Channels licensed to broadcast Major League Soccer in United States

Altitude Sports and Entertainment
Altitude Sports and Entertainment » Seasons 2017-2020
Available on:
ESPN
ESPN » Seasons 2015-2022
ESPN will share broadcast rights for MLS in the USA with Fox Sports and Univision Deportes. ESPN’s share will equal Fox Sports which includes a minimum of 34 live matches during each regular season, including a double-header every Sunday with games starting at 5pm and 7pm (ET). MLS Cups and All-Star Games will alternate between the ESPN and Fox Sports each year.
More details Out-of-market matches on MLS Live and MLS Direct service are available on ESPN3 and WatchESPN. All Saturday matches will be available on this ESPN digital service.
Available on:
Fox Sports
Fox Sports » Seasons 2015-2022
Fox Sports has an agreement with MLS to air a minimum of 34 exclusive regular-season live matches. On Sundays on FS1. Fox Sports will also have digital streaming rights for the matches it will broadcast on TV. Fox Sports Radio will also transmit MLS matches.
Available on:
YES Network » 17 live New York City FC matches during the 2017 season.
Fox Sports South » Atlanta United FC matches
Fox Sports Southeast » Atlanta United FC matches
NBC Sports
NBC Sports » Seasons 2016-2022
Available on:
NBC Sports Bay Area » San Jose Earthquakes matchdes
NBC Sports Boston » New England Revolution matches
NBC Sports California » San Jose Earthquakes matches
NBC Sports Chicago » Chicago Fire matches
Sirius XM Holdings
Sirius XM Holdings » Seasons 2015-2022
Available on:
Spectrum Sports
Spectrum Sports » Seasons 2015-2022
Available on:
Spectrum Sports Ohio » Columbus Crew SC matches
Univision Communications Inc
Univision Communications Inc » Seasons 2015-2022
Univisión to broadcast 34 regular season MLS matches exclusively in Spanish-language. UniMás to show Friday matches. Agreement also includes two exclusive MLS Cup playoff matches per season. The All-Star Game and MLS Cup will also be aired exclusively on Univision in Spanish-language.
Available on:
FloFC
FloFC » Seasons 2019-2021
FloFC will 21 of the club’s 34 regular season games in 2019.
fuboTV
fuboTV » Seasons 2015-2022
MLS matches are available on the fuboTV platform for authenticated viewers through sports channels with MLS broadcast rights (Fox Sports & Univision)
MLS Live
MLS Live » Seasons 2017-2022
MLS Live offers broadcasts of out-of-market live matches for all 22 clubs for both home and away games.
Twitter
Twitter » Seasons 2018-2021
Twitter has acquired the streaming broadcast rights for the MLS in the United States for a three-year period starting with the 2018 season and running into the 2021 season. The agreement includes the right to stream live MLS matches as well as video highlights of MLS matches.

MLS matches on Twitter's platform will be streamed in English on the Twitter accounts of Univision Deportes and MLS.
YouTube
YouTube » Seasons 2018-2020

 

News

ESPN+ streaming schedule: Ajax-PSV, Roma-Fiorentina, Toronto FC-NYFC, Cascadia Cup
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The conclusion of the international break introduces the return of club football and a host of blockbuster clashes including Ajax-PSV, Roma-Fiorentina, and Toronto FC-NYFC are imminent.
MLS, FA Cup semi-finals, Ajax vs PSV lead ESPN March 29 - April 07 coverage
Live Soccer TV
Club football returns to ESPN now that the international break is over, with Toronto FC vs New York City FC, Columbus Crew SC vs Atlanta United FC, and Man City vs Brighton leading the way.
Major League Soccer Announces Expansion, San Diego Sits on Sidelines - Times of San Diego
Major League Soccer has unveiled plans to expand to 30 teams in the coming years, but San Diego's name has not come up publicly.
Times of San Diego (18 hours ago)
Major League Soccer announces it will expand to at least 30 teams - USA TODAY
Major League Soccer has added six teams over five years, will add three more in the next two seasons, and now plans to get to 30 teams.
USA TODAY (4 days ago)
US Soccer and Major League Soccer Partner with Headspace in Multi-Year Deal - U.S. Soccer
U.S. Soccer and Major League Soccer today announced a three-year partnership with Headspace, one of the world's leading meditation and mindfulness apps.
U.S. Soccer (4 days ago)
MLS clubs to seek training compensation, solidarity payments - Pro Soccer USA
Major League Soccer clubs will seek training compensation and solidarity payments when academy players are signed by teams outside of the United States
Pro Soccer USA (3 days ago)
U.S. Soccer faces suit from Relevent Sports over planned match in Miami - ESPN
Multimedia sports and entertainment company Relevent, a promoter of international soccer, has filed a lawsuit against the U.
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About Major League Soccer

As a condition to host the 1994 World Cup, FIFA demanded the USA have a competitive soccer league. The Major League Soccer (MLS) was created as a result in 1996, with only ten teams in the league. Since then, this competition has expanded to 23 teams, divided into the Eastern and Western conferences.

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

The 2018 MLS season is done and dusted, and fans of the American/Canadian league certainly can not wait for the next edition to come up soon. For now, they will have to contend themselves with European football, but they will not have to fret, as the 2019 MLS campaign is just around the corner.

With a new team joining the mix this year, the 2019 term is certain to be even more exciting than its predecessor, and here's all you need to know ahead of the upcoming installment of MLS action kicking place in less than two months' time.

When does the 2019 MLS season begin?

The 2019 MLS regular season will begin on March 2, 2019 and end on October 6, 2019. After that, the MLS Cup Playoffs will commence just under two weeks later, on October 19, 2019 and will end with the MLS Cup Final on November 10, 2019.

Which teams are playing in the 2019 MLS season?

This season will see FC Cincinnati joining the franchise, so now there will be 24 teams in total competing in MLS. Unlike the European leagues, MLS does not have a relegation and promotion scheme, and the competition is split into two conferencesthe Western Conference and the Eastern Conference.

With 24 teams, both conferences will now have 12 teams in each, as opposed to last term, which saw the Eastern Conference have just 11 versus the Western Conference's 12.

Who are the current champions?

There are two reigning champions in MLS at the moment. In terms of the Supporters' Shield, that honor goes to the New York Red Bulls, who won their third title due to enjoying the best regular season record. Meanwhile, Atlanta United won their first ever MLS Cup by beating Portland Timbers 2-0 in the final on December 8, 2018.

Where to watch the 2019 MLS season on ESPN

ESPN will be carrying over 30 games from the upcoming 2019 MLS season. Here are some of the earlier season fixtures you certainly won't want to miss:

Here are the six games which will be shown only on ESPN2:

ESPN will cover all the other 25 games which were not in that list of six fixtures, including the "El Trafico" Derby between Los Angeles FC and LA Galaxy and the Cascadia Cup clash featuring Portland Timbers and Seattle Sounders:

And of course, make sure not to miss Decision Day, shown exclusively on ESPN:

Decision Day (Sunday, October 6 at 16:00 EST)

All 31 games will be shown on ESPN's Spanish network, ESPN Deportes. In addition, Univision Deportes will be carrying 27 games during the regular season, so Spanish-speaking fans do have an alternate option to follow their favorite sides.

Univision will also be providing coverage of the 2019 MLS Cup, the MLS All-Star Game, and a pair of MLS play-off matches. Additionally, fans can stream their favorite team's matches via Univision Now, UnivisionDeportes.com, and the Univision Deportes app on their mobile devices.

Below you will find some of the key games that Univison Deportes will be showing, including Orlando City's clash with New York City on opening day this weekend.

Key games showing on Univision Deportes during the 2019 MLS season

Here are some of the must-watch matches that Univision will be carrying during the upcoming season, including four double headers on May 24, June 28, July 12, and August 21:

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