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MLS teams set to face Mexican opponents
by Paul Kennedy, May 15th, 2009 7AM

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[SUPERLIGA] The 2009 SuperLiga competition between MLS clubs Chicago, New England, Chivas USA and Kansas City, the four 2008 playoff teams not entered in the 2009 Concacaf Champions League, and four Mexico teams will begin June 20-29 with the group stage. The competition, which concludes with the semifinals on July 15 and final on Aug. 5, also features San Luis, Santos, Tigres and Atlas, none of which qualified for the 2009 Clausura playoffs that began this week.

The games will feature one neutral-site game: the Kansas City Wizards will play their game against Atlas in St. Louis.

Pachuca defeated the Los Angeles Galaxy on penalty kicks in 2007. The all-MLS final saw the New England Revolution defeat the Houston Dynamo, also on penalty kicks, in 2008.
 
The entire tournament will once again be broadcast live in primetime by TeleFutura.
 
SuperLiga Schedule
(All times Eastern)
 
Saturday, June 20
Chicago Fire vs. San Luis (Toyota Park - Bridgeview, Ill) 8:00 
Chivas USA vs. Tigres (The Home Depot Center - Carson, Calif.) 8:00
 
Sunday, June 21
Kansas City Wizards vs. Atlas (Venue TBD - St. Louis, Mo.) 4:30
[For tickets to this game in St. Louis, call toll-free 877-828-7222]
New England Revolution vs. Santos (Gillette Stadium - Foxborough, Mass.) 6:30
 
Tuesday, June 23
Chicago Fire vs. Chivas USA (Toyota Park - Bridgeview, Ill.) 8:00
San Luis vs. Tigres (Toyota Park - Bridgeview, Ill.) 10:00
 
Wednesday, June 24
New England Revolution vs. Kansas City Wizards (Gillette Stadium - Foxborough, Mass.) 7:00
Santos vs. Atlas (Gillette Stadium - Foxborough, Mass.) 9:00
 
Saturday, June 27
Chicago Fire vs. Tigres (Toyota Park - Bridgeview, Ill.) 8:00
Chivas USA vs. San Luis (The Home Depot Center - Carson, Calif.) 10:00
 
Sunday, June 28
New England Revolution vs. Atlas (Gillette Stadium - Foxborough, Mass.) 4:30
Kansas City Wizards vs. Santos (CommunityAmerica Ballpark - Kansas City, Kan.) 6:30
 
Wednesday, July 15
Semifinal 1 (TBD)
Semifinal 2 (TBD)
 
Wednesday, August 5
Final (TBD)

 



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