NYCFC aims high in inaugural season|
The 2015 season marks the beginning of a new era, both for Major League Soccer and for New York City sports as New York City Football Club will make its debut. Since the inception of the league... Full Story
|D.C. United eye Cup run|
D. C. United were Major league soccer's first powerhouse team, and though the club has seen its share of ups and downs over the years, a strong season last year showed United could be on its way back to the top.
With four MLS Cup titles, United has had a... Full Story
|New-look Crew eye continued success|
Columbus Crew SC will be hoping its new brand identity will translate into prominence on the pitch for the 2015 season.
The club opted to switch its name from the "Columbus Crew" to "Columbus Crew SC." The logo also... Full Story
|Portland hopes to rebound in 2015|
The Portland Timbers enter the 2015 season with the aim of rebounding from a disappointing campaign.
Portland enjoyed a splendid 2013 season, finishing on 57 points to put the club atop the Western Conference and within two points of the MLS Supporters' Shield. A couple of key offseason... Full Story
|MLS, players' union agree|
to new CBA
Major League Soccer and its players' union agreed to terms in principle on a new collective bargaining agreement which will run through the 2019 season, the league announced Wednesday evening.
With the deal in place, the league will... Full Story
| Curtin ready to lead Union |
Since entering Major League Soccer as an expansion franchise in 2010, the Philadelphia Union have been running on the dreaded treadmill of mediocrity.
The club has made the postseason once and been close, but just shy, each of the past... Full Story
|Galaxy hope to add to dynasty|
The Los Angeles Galaxy will aim to prolong their MLS dynasty with success in the 2015 season.
Los Angeles is coming off of an MLS Cup triumph over the New England Revolution, a win that handed the Galaxy their third piece of postseason silverware in four years. Full Story
|Marsch ushers in new era for RBNY|
There is no such thing as a dull offseason for Red Bull New York, which enters its 20th MLS season perpetuating its constant state of turnover.
After reaching the Eastern Conference finals and coming to within one goal of reaching MLS Cup last season, the Red Bulls tore up the flight... Full Story