Statements from MLS and NWSL clubs calling for end to racism

All 26 MLS clubs and all nine NWSL clubs have issued statements of some form on Twitter, often from their owners, calling for end to racism in response to the killing of George Floyd.

Sixteen teams  and eight NWSL teams had issued statements or retweeted statements of others over the weekend. In the other four major men's pro leagues, a majority of teams in the NFL or MLB had not issued statements as of late Monday night though many began issuing them on Tuesday.

Atlanta United (MLS):
Chicago Fire (MLS):

Chicago Red Stars (NWSL) Retweet:

FC Cincinnati (MLS):
Colorado Rapids (MLS):

Columbus Crew (MLS):

FC Dallas (MLS):

D.C. United (MLS):

Houston Dash (NWSL): Houston Dynamo (MLS):
Inter Miami (MLS):

LA Galaxy (MLS): LAFC (MLS): Minnesota United (MLS): Montreal Impact (MLS):

Nashville SC (MLS):

New England Revolution (MLS):

NC Courage (NWSL) Retweet:


NY Red Bulls (MLS): OL Reign (NWSL) Retwert:

Orlando City SC (MLS):

Orlando Pride (NWSL) Retweet:
Philadelphia Union (MLS):

Portland Thorns (NWSL): Portland Timbers (MLS):

Real Salt Lake:

San Jose Earthquakes (MLS): Seattle Sounders (MLS):

Sky Blue FC (NWSL):
Sporting KC (MLS):

Toronto FC (MLS):

Utah Royals (MLS):

Vancouver Whitecaps (MLS): Washington Spirit (NWSL):
1 comment about "Statements from MLS and NWSL clubs calling for end to racism".
  1. R2 Dad, June 4, 2020 at 3:05 a.m.

    This is all talk and virtue signaling. We’ll see what clubs and leagues really believe with the next claim of monkey chants from the terraces and/or bananas thrown onto the pitch.

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