For the first time, the four teams in the conference finals are all teams who joined the league after its founding in 1996. Read the whole story
Wednesday, October 23
NYCFC 1 Toronto FC 2. (Tajouri-Shradi 69; Pozuelo 47, pen. 90. Att.: 19,829.)
Seattle 2 Real Salt Lake 0. (Svensson 64, Lodeiro 81. Att.: 37,722.)
Thursday, October 24
Atlanta United 2 Philadelphia 0. (Gressel 10, J.Martinez 80. Att.: 41,507.)
LAFC 5 LA Galaxy 3. (Vela 16, 40, Rossi 66, Diomande 68, 80; Pavon 41, Ibrahimovic 55, Feltscher 77.)
"What happens next year, I don't know. If I stay, I think for MLS It's good because the whole world will watch it. If I don't stay, nobody will remember what MLS is."
-- Zlatan Ibrahimovic, after the LA Galaxy's 5-3 loss to LAFC, on whether he will return to MLS in 2020. His contract with the Galaxy expires at the end of the 2019.
The major difference between the U.S. and Belgian federations is in the structure of their constituents. Read the whole story
The 52 year-old Colombian will hold the distinction of being dismissed by two MLS teams in the same year. Read the whole story
The 31-year-old Italian edged D.C. United's Bill Hamid with only 17.67 percent of the vote. Read the whole story
Eight U.S. World Cup champions were picked, though other players were in some cases much more deserving based on the entire league season. Read the whole story
Saturday, October 26
Eastern Conference Louisville City-Tampa Bay 7 pm.
-- Indy Eleven vs. NY Red Bulls II 7 pm.
-- Pittsburgh vs. Birmingham 7 pm.
-- Nashville SC vs. Charleston 8 pm.
Western Conference Real Monarchs vs. Orange County SC 3 pm.
-- Reno 1868 vs. Sac Republic FC 8:30 pm.
-- Fresno FC vs. El Paso 10:30 pm.
-- Phoenix vs. Austin, 10:30 pm.
Note: All times ET.