FC Dallas Unveils New Uniforms For 2020 SeasonThe 2020 Legacy kit honors the franchise's distinction as one of the founding members of Major League Soccer.
Columbus Crew Owner, MLS Review Lawsuit Over Possible Texas MoveMajor League Soccer and the owner of the Columbus Crew say they're reviewing a lawsuit that Ohio's attorney general and the city of Columbus filed to stop the proposed team move to Austin, Texas.
MLS All-Star Game Headed To Atlanta In 2018Major League Soccer announced Monday that its 2018 All-Star Game will be held at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, one day after Atlanta United set records for single-game and season attendance.
World Cup Failure Prompts Calls For US Soccer 'Revolution'A bumbling, stumbling, tumbling World Cup qualifying campaign ended Tuesday night with a calamitous 2-1 loss to already eliminated Trinidad and Tobago, the 99th-ranked nation in the world
Major League Soccer Implements Video ReplayDespite purists who believe the beautiful game should never be sullied by video replay, it has arrived and isn't going anywhere. Major League Soccer will start using it for every match, even the postseason, starting Saturday.
MLS Celebrates 22 Teams In 22 Years This SeasonThe theme for Major League Soccer this season is 22 in 22, as the league embarks on its 22nd year with 22 teams — including two new teams in the Atlanta United and Minnesota United.
MLS Announces 2017 Regular Season ScheduleMajor League Soccer today unveiled the 2017 regular season schedule for all 22 clubs, including broadcast coverage across the five national broadcast partners in the U.S. and Canada.
FC Dallas Opens Conference Final With 3-1 Loss To PortlandThe Portland Timbers beat FC Dallas 3-1 on Sunday night in the first leg of Major League Soccer's Western Conference finals.
Ulloa Lifts FC Dallas Past San Jose Earthquakes, 2-1Victor Ulloa scored in the 79th minute to give FC Dallas the victory.
FC Dallas Clinches Western ConferenceFC Dallas beat Real Salt Lake 1-0 to clinch the conference title.
MLS Teams Get Additional $500K To Spend On PlayersEach Major League Soccer team will receive $500,000 in additional money over the next five years to spend on players.