USA - MLS

USA - MLS

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Fixtures

DateRHjemme v Borte-
08/01 22:00 - Philadelphia Union v Chicago Fire View
08/01 23:30 - Toronto FC v Nashville SC View
08/04 23:00 - New England Revolution v Nashville SC View
08/04 23:30 - Columbus Crew v DC United View
08/04 23:30 - Philadelphia Union v Toronto FC View
08/04 23:30 - CF Montreal v Atlanta United View
08/05 00:00 - Orlando City SC v Inter Miami CF View
08/05 00:00 - Chicago Fire v New York City FC View
08/05 00:00 - New York Red Bulls v FC Cincinnati View
08/05 01:00 - Austin FC v Houston Dynamo View
08/05 02:00 - Seattle Sounders v FC Dallas View
08/05 02:30 - Los Angeles FC v Sporting Kansas City View

Results

Date R Hjemme v Borte -
08/01 02:00 - [21] Vancouver Whitecaps v Minnesota United [13] 2-2
08/01 01:00 - [13] Austin FC v Colorado Rapids [8] 0-1
08/01 00:30 - [3] Sporting Kansas City v FC Dallas [20] 1-2
08/01 00:30 - [19] Houston Dynamo v Real Salt Lake [15] 0-0
08/01 00:00 - [14] Inter Miami CF v CF Montreal [7] 2-1
07/31 23:30 - [12] FC Cincinnati v DC United [8] 0-0
07/31 22:00 - [9] New York Red Bulls v New England Revolution [1] 2-3
07/31 21:00 - [2] Seattle Sounders FC v San Jose Earthquakes [20] 0-1
07/31 02:00 - [6] LA Galaxy v Portland Timbers [16] 4-1
07/31 00:00 - [3] Orlando City SC v Atlanta United [10] 3-2
07/30 23:30 - [6] New York City FC v Columbus Crew [5] 4-1
07/29 02:30 - [11] Los Angeles FC v Minnesota United [13] 2-2

Wikipedia - Major League Soccer

Major League Soccer (MLS) is a men's professional soccer league sanctioned by the United States Soccer Federation, which represents the sport's highest level in the United States and Canada. The league comprises 27 teams—24 in the U.S. and 3 in Canada—and plans to expand to 30 teams by the 2023 season. Although not one of the "Big Four", the MLS, along with the Canadian Football League, is considered one of the "Big Six" major professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada. The league is headquartered in Midtown Manhattan.

Major League Soccer was founded in 1993 as part of the United States' successful bid to host the 1994 FIFA World Cup. The inaugural season took place in 1996 with ten teams. MLS experienced financial and operational struggles in its first few years, losing millions of dollars and folding two teams in 2002. Since then, developments such as the proliferation of soccer-specific stadiums around the league, implementation of the Designated Player Rule allowing teams to sign star players such as David Beckham, and national TV contracts have made MLS profitable. With an average attendance of over 20,000 per game, MLS has the fourth-highest average attendance of any professional sports league in the U.S. and Canada after the National Football League (NFL) and Major League Baseball (MLB), and Canadian Football League (CFL) and was the seventh-highest attended professional soccer league worldwide by 2013.

The MLS regular season typically starts in late February or early March and runs through mid-October, with each team playing 34 games; the team with the best record is awarded the Supporters' Shield. Fourteen teams compete in the postseason MLS Cup Playoffs in late October and November, culminating in the league's championship game, the MLS Cup.

Instead of operating as an association of independently owned clubs, MLS is a single entity in which each team is owned by the league and individually operated by the league's investors. The league has a fixed membership like most sports leagues in the United States and Canada, which makes it one of the world's few soccer leagues that does not use a promotion and relegation process.