MLS | USA - an overview

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About This Competition

As footballing federations go, the USA MLS is a relative newcomer having been first founded in 1993. There are currently 24 teams in the league. The MLS (Major League Soccer) is the top tier of professional football (soccer) in the United States. Football in the USA works in a different way to European football. Instead of the independently owned teams we have in Europe, the USA MLS is a single “unit or entity” in which each team is owned by the league's investors. Promotion to and from this league is decided on a financial and license basis. As such, there is no regular promotion or relegation. Teams are ranked in the League by points, the same way that the European leagues are. The domestic trophy for the MLS is the U.S. Open Cup, but teams in the league also play for the CONCACAF Champions League, Campeones Cup, and the Leagues Cup. The 24 teams are divided by geographical location between the Eastern and Western Conferences. The MLS regular season of 34 games is followed by a postseason knockout tournament. Each of the fourteen teams participates in the MLS Cup Playoffs.

Participating teams

  • Atlanta United
    Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
  • Austin FC
    Q2 Stadium, Austin
  • Charlotte FC
    Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Chicago Fire
    Soldier Field, Chicago
  • Colorado Rapids
    Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, Commerce City
  • Columbus Crew Field, Columbus
  • D.C. United
    Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, Washington D.C.
  • FC Cincinnati
    Nippert Stadium, Cincinnati
  • FC Dallas
    Toyota Stadium, Dallas
  • Houston Dynamo
    PNC Stadium, Houston, Texas
  • Inter Miami CF
    DRV PNK Stadium, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  • LA Galaxy
    StubHub Center, Carson
  • Los Angeles FC
    Banc of California Stadium, Los Angeles
  • Minnesota United
    TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis
  • Montreal Impact
    Saputo Stadium, Montreal
  • Nashville S.C.
    Nissan Stadium, Nashville
  • New England Revolution
    Gillette Stadium, Foxborough
  • New York City FC
    Yankee Stadium, New York
  • New York Red Bulls
    Red Bull Arena, New Jersey
  • Orlando City SC
    Orlando City Stadium, Orlando
  • Philadelphia Union
    PPL Park, Chester
  • Portland Timbers
    Providence Park, Portland
  • Real Salt Lake
    Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy
  • San Jose Earthquakes
    Avaya Stadium, San Jose
  • Seattle Sounders
    CenturyLink Field, Seattle
  • Sporting Kansas City
    Children's Mercy Park, Kansas City
  • Toronto FC
    BMO Field, Toronto
  • Vancouver Whitecaps
    BC Place, Vancouver


MLS | Eastern Conference Standings

1Atlanta United LogoAtlanta United4810
2New England Revolution LogoNew England Revolution419
3FC Cincinnati LogoFC Cincinnati428
4Nashville S.C. LogoNashville S.C.437
5New York City FC LogoNew York City FC407
6Philadelphia Union LogoPhiladelphia Union416
7Inter Miami CF LogoInter Miami CF416
8Toronto FC LogoToronto FC415
9Orlando City SC LogoOrlando City SC405
10New York Red Bulls LogoNew York Red Bulls405
11D.C. United LogoD.C. United4-24
12Columbus Crew LogoColumbus Crew4-24
13Montreal Impact LogoMontreal Impact4-43
14Charlotte FC LogoCharlotte FC4-53
15Chicago Fire LogoChicago Fire3-12

MLS | Western Conference Standings

1St. Louis City349
2Los Angeles FC LogoLos Angeles FC357
3Seattle Sounders LogoSeattle Sounders457
4Austin FC LogoAustin FC316
5San Jose Earthquakes LogoSan Jose Earthquakes316
6FC Dallas LogoFC Dallas314
7Minnesota United LogoMinnesota United214
8Real Salt Lake LogoReal Salt Lake3-23
9Portland Timbers LogoPortland Timbers4-53
10Sporting Kansas City LogoSporting Kansas City3-12
11Vancouver Whitecaps LogoVancouver Whitecaps3-21
12LA Galaxy LogoLA Galaxy2-21
13Colorado Rapids LogoColorado Rapids3-51
14Houston Dynamo LogoHouston Dynamo2-40