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MLS: Eastern Conference Schedules
March 30th, 2006 1:21PM

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Chicago Fire
Schedule
April 1 @FC Dallas
April 8 @Los Angeles
April 15 @Columbus
April 30 @New England
May 6 @Kansas City
May 13 @Red Bull N.Y.
May 20 @Houston
May 27 @Chivas USA
June 3 @Real Salt Lake
June 11 New England
June 17 @Kansas City
June 21 @D.C. United
June 25 Red Bull N.Y.
June 28 Real Salt Lake
July 4 Kansas City
July 8 New England
July 15 FC Dallas
July 22 D.C. United
Aug. 5 Columbus
Aug. 12 Chivas USA
Aug. 16 Kansas City
Aug. 19 @New England
Aug. 26 Colorado
Aug. 30 Houston
Sept. 3 Red Bull N.Y.
Sept. 9 @Columbus
Sept. 13 Colorado
Sept. 17 D.C. United
Sept. 23 Los Angeles
Sept. 30 @Red Bull N.Y.
Oct. 7 Columbus
Oct. 15 @D.C. United
Stadium
Bridgewater Stadium
Opened: 2006. Capacity: 20,000. Record Soccer Crowd: first year.

Columbus Crew
Schedule
April 1 @Kansas City
April 8 @Colorado
April 15 Chicago
April 22 @Los Angeles
April 29 Kansas City
May 6 @Real Salt Lake
May 13 Colorado
May 20 D.C. United
May 31 @D.C. United
June 3 @FC Dallas
June 10 Kansas City
June 17 @Chivas USA
June 21 New England
June 24 Chivas USA
June 28 @Red Bull N.Y.
July 4 @Houston
July 8 D.C. United
July 15 @D.C. United
July 19 Red Bull N.Y.
July 22 Los Angeles
Aug. 5 @Chicago
Aug. 12 @Kansas City
Aug. 16 Real Salt Lake
Aug. 19 Red Bull N.Y.
Aug. 26 @New England
Sept. 2 New England
Sept. 9 Chicago
Sept. 16 @Red Bull N.Y.
Sept. 23 Houston
Sept. 30 FC Dallas
Oct. 7 @Chicago
Oct. 14 @New England
Stadium
Crew Stadium
Built: 1999. Capacity: 22,555. Record Soccer Crowd: 24,741 (Columbus-New England, MLS, 1999).

D.C. United
Schedule
April 2 Red Bull N.Y.
April 8 Chivas USA
April 15 Houston
April 22 @Red Bull N.Y.
April 29 FC Dallas
May 6 @Colorado
May 13 Kansas City
May 20 @Columbus
May 27 @Kansas City
May 31 Columbus
June 3 New England
June 11 @Los Angeles
June 17 @New England
June 21 Chicago
June 24 Kansas City
June 28 @Kansas City
July 4 @FC Dallas
July 8 @Columbus
July 15 Columbus
July 22 @Chicago
July 26 @New England
Aug. 5 @Real Salt Lake
Aug. 16 @Red Bull N.Y.
Aug. 19 Colorado
Aug. 26 Los Angeles
Sept. 3 @Chivas USA
Sept. 9 Real Salt Lake
Sept. 17 @Chicago
Sept. 23 Red Bull N.Y.
Sept. 30 @Houston
Oct. 7 New England
Oct. 15 Chicago
Stadium
RFK Stadium
Built: 1961. Capacity: 56,500. Record Soccer Crowd: 58,012 (USA-Portugal, Olympics, 1996).

Kansas City Wizards
Schedule
April 1 Columbus
April 8 @Houston
April 15 New England
April 23 @FC Dallas
April 29 @Columbus
May 6 Chicago
May 13 @D.C. United
May 20 @Real Salt Lake
May 27 D.C. United
June 3 Red Bull N.Y.
June 10 @Columbus
June 17 Chicago
June 24 @D.C. United
June 28 D.C. United
July 1 Los Angeles
July 4 @Chicago
July 8 @Colorado
July 15 Houston
July 19 New England
July 22 @Red Bull N.Y.
Aug. 9 @New England
Aug. 12 Columbus
Aug. 16 @Chicago
Aug. 19 @Chivas USA
Aug. 26 FC Dallas
Aug. 30 Red Bull N.Y.
Sept. 2 @Los Angeles
Sept. 9 Colorado
Sept. 23 @New England
Sept. 30 Real Salt Lake
Oct. 7 Chivas USA
Oct. 14 @Red Bull N.Y.
Stadium
Arrowhead Stadium
Built: 1972. Capacity: 79,101. Record Soccer Crowd: 34,950 (USA-Finland, womenÆs friendly, 1999).

New England Revolution
Schedule
April 1 @Los Angeles
April 8 @Red Bull N.Y.
April 15 @Kansas City
April 30 Chicago
May 6 Los Angeles
May 14 @Chivas USA
May 20 @FC Dallas
May 27 Houston
June 3 @D.C. United
June 11 @Chicago Fire
June 17 D.C. United
June 21 @Columbus
June 24 @Real Salt Lake
June 28 FC Dallas
July 1 Red Bull N.Y.
July 4 @Colorado
July 8 @Chicago
July 15 Real Salt Lake
July 19 @Kansas City
July 22 @Houston
July 26 D.C. United
Aug. 5 Chivas USA
Aug. 9 Kansas City
Aug. 19 Chicago Fire
Aug. 26 Columbus
Sept. 2 @Columbus
Sept. 9 Red Bull N.Y.
Sept. 20 @Red Bull N.Y.
Sept. 23 Kansas City
Sept. 30 Colorado
Oct. 7 @D.C. United
Oct. 14 Columbus
Stadium
Gillette Stadium
Built: 2002. Capacity: 68,000. Record Soccer Crowd: 61,316 (New England-Los Angeles, MLS Cup, 2002).

Red Bull New York
Schedule
April 2 @D.C. United
April 8 New England
April 15 @Real Salt Lake
April 22 D.C. United
April 29 @Chivas USA
May 13 Chicago
May 20 Chivas USA
May 24 FC Dallas
June 3 @Kansas City
June 10 Houston
June 17 Los Angeles
June 25 @Chicago
June 28 Columbus
July 1 @New England
July 4 @Los Angeles
July 8 @FC Dallas
July 15 Colorado
July 19 @Columbus
July 22 Kansas City
Aug. 5 @Houston
Aug. 16 D.C. United
Aug. 19 @Columbus
Aug. 26 Real Salt Lake
Aug. 30 @Kansas City
Sept. 3 @Chicago
Sept. 9 @New England
Sept. 16 Columbus
Sept. 20 New England
Sept. 23 @D.C. United
Sept. 30 Chicago
Oct. 7 @Colorado
Oct. 14 Kansas City
Stadium
Giants Stadium
Built: 1976. Capacity: 80,242. Record Soccer Crowd: 79,005 (Man. Utd.-Juventus, Champions World Series, 2004).



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