Columbus Crew has won the MLS Cup final, beating defending champion Seattle Sounders 3-0 for second title.
After a season unlike any of the 24 that came before, Major League Soccer has reached its title game.
The MLS Cup Playoffs take center stage Thursday night at 8pm ET on FOX with a Western Conference Semifinal between Sporting Kansas City and Minnesota United.
While FS1’s focus will be on Central Florida Wednesday night, we’ll be cutting around to as many as seven other games to keep fans up to date with every goal and what it all means to the standings.
With just three weeks remaining in the MLS Regular Season, the jockeying for playing spots and seeding is getting intense on the road to MLS Cup 2020.
Houston's home games will be played in front of a maximum of 3,000 fans at BBVA Stadium.
"Loved it, loved," Head Coach Tab Ramos couldn't help but to light up when talking about the crowd.
The Houston Dynamo are unbeaten in four games at BBVA Stadium this season.
With practice and recovery days at a premium, the pressure remains on players up and down the roster to deliver night after night.
Franco Jara and Andres Ricaurte scored to help FC Dallas beat the Houston Dynamo 2-1 on Saturday night.
According to BBVA Stadium, the maximum capacity will be 3,000 fans at a time.
As an added bonus, MLS returns to FOX this Saturday with a primetime matchup of Southeastern foes whose recent fortunes have flipped three years of prior history.
The Houston Dynamo are hot! Winning four straight games after a victory over Minnesota United on Wednesday night.
The second week of the re-started MLS regular season, like all of professional sports at the moment, took an unexpected turn this week.
Major League Soccer players boycotted five games Wednesday night in a collective statement against racial injustice.
This particular weekend sees some of the best rivalries MLS has to offer taking center stage on FOX Sports.
After 50 games spanning an entire month, 143 goals scored (at a healthy average of almost three per game), and endless uses of the word “bubble”, the MLS Is Back Tournament finally reaches its conclusion.
It’s time for the quarterfinals at the MLS is Back Tournament; all of a sudden, there are more teams at home than in Orlando, it’s a lot quieter around the host hotel, and everyone is now just three wins away from lifting a trophy.
After 36 games, 99 goals scored, and—surprisingly in the Central Florida climate—only two weather delays, the MLS Is Back Tournament now rolls into the knockout stage.
Houstonians are remembering George Longoria, a well-known and beloved security guard who recently died of COVID-19.