Atlanta United 1.0 has been a roaring success in MLS. In this era of Designated Players on big-money contracts, prompted by David Beckham’s 2007 arrival in Los Angeles, Atlanta last year became only the fourth expansion side to reach the play-offs. Just 12 months later, they are hosting the MLS Cup.
Portland stunned Sporting KC on Thursday night, and now the Timbers will now head to Atlanta looking to play spoiler again.
The New York Red Bulls remade themselves from a league laughing stock to a model MLS franchise, yet they fall short of the finals once again.
Atlanta can punch its ticket to the MLS Cup on Thursday after routing New York in the first leg of the Eastern Conference final on Sunday.
Daniel Royer scored twice in the second half as the regular-season champs overcame a loss to Columbus in the first leg and reached the MLS Cup semifinals.
Why doesn’t the higher seed have any advantage in the first round and, if anything, may be at a disadvantage? Here’s a way to rectify that major flaw.
New York may be headed for another postseason disappointment after losing at Columbus in the first leg of the conference semifinals.
Wayne Rooney and red-hot D.C. United were stopped cold by the Columbus Crew and eliminated from the MLS Cup playoffs.
The United States’ most recent men’s team coach could be headed back to the club he helped lift to the pinnacles of MLS.
An historic Florida municipal golf course could soon be no more if soccer star David Beckham gets his wish. On Nov. 6, Miamians will vote on a local referendum that could result in International Links Melreese Country Club—a course that has been around…