RSL will have World Cup call-ups Kyle Beckerman and Nick Rimando at its disposal in a match between slumping contenders.
Major League Soccer
Thursday, July 3, 2014
Brad Davis is back from the World Cup for Houston, while New York should have Tim Cahill return to the starting lineup.
The Union look to continue their resurgence with an Independence Day visit to Texas.
The Mexican earned his team a vital away win and continued his impressive run of form as San Jose lost its third straight 1-0 game.
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Chicago failed to win again, and had to rely on another goal from rookie Harrison Shipp to salvage a point.
The attack-minded player joins the Impact after stints in the top flights of Argentina, France and Italy.
In a matchup of two Eastern Conference teams headed in different directions, both sides will be desperate for a victory.
The bottom two teams in the Western Conference go head to head on Wednesday night.
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
The two players are the two youngest players on the U.S. World Cup team, but on Tuesday night they were two of the most impressive players in the loss to Belgium.
The Brazilian midfielder's rumored MLS signing has been confirmed at a Tuesday morning news conference.
Monday, June 30, 2014
The Brazilian star has left AC Milan and will move to the MLS expansion side following a loan stint with Sao Paulo.
Ataide Gil Guerreiro says the Milan star will return to the Brazilian club on loan before making a permanent switch to MLS.
Sunday, June 29, 2014
A brace from Jack McInerney handed the Impact a comfortable win.
The rescheduled match was worn down by the conditions, and perhaps rust from a league break.
A goal from Gyasi Zardes gave the Galaxy three points as the team returned to league play.
A fantastic volley from Erick Torres and a red card for Real Salt Lake doomed the Western Conference's third-place side to a loss.
Saturday, June 28, 2014
The MLS match was postponed after thunderstorms led to "an incident surrounding the inclement weather," which required first responders.
Colorado's two first-half goals proved to be enough to carry the team to a win over Vancouver.
A mistake at the back for New England led to the Philadelphia Union returning to league play with a win.
The journeyman striker headed in the game's lone goal as Seattle got by without forwards Clint Dempsey and Obafemi Martins.