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Reserve League is down to eight teams
February 24th, 2014 6:09PM

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[MLS SPOTLIGHT] Major League Soccer will field only eight teams in the 2014 MLS Reserve League as others ramp up affiliations with USL PRO clubs, or in the case of the LA Galaxy launch Galaxy II, its own reserve team in USL PRO. By next season, every clubs should have some USL PRO arrangement, meaning the end of the Reserve League.

MLS: Reserve League Schedule

MLS has scheduled 51 reserve team matches, including 28 interleague games between Reserve League teams and USL PRO clubs. More games need to be confirmed. The eight MLS teams will compete in a single-table format.
 
MLS CLUBS (2014 Reserve Teams)
Chicago (MLS Reserve League)
Chivas USA (MLS Reserve League)
Colorado (MLS Reserve League)
Columbus (Dayton Dutch Lions)
FC Dallas (MLS Reserve League)
D.C. United (Richmond Kickers)
Houston (Pittsburgh Riverhounds)
LA Galaxy (Galaxy II)
Montreal (MLS Reserve League)
New England (Rochester Rhinos)
New York (MLS Reserve League)
Philadelphia (Harrisburg City Islanders)
Portland (Sacramento Republic FC)
Real Salt Lake (MLS Reserve League)
San Jose (Sacramento Republic FC)
Seattle (MLS Reserve League)
Sporting KC (Orlando City SC, OKC Energy FC)
Toronto FC (Wilmington Hammerheads FC)
Vancouver (Charleston Battery)


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