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MLS 2020: Your team-by-team preview

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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2020/2021 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
10 NY Red Bulls 0 0 0 0
11 Orlando 0 0 0 0
12 Philadelphia 0 0 0 0
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FC CincinnatiFC Cincinnati
Orlando City SCOrlando City SC
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1
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Orlando City SCOrlando City SC
New England RevolutionNew England Revolution
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MLS 2020 team-by-team preview: Expect Inter Miami and Nashville to watch the playoffs from home

The 25th season of Major League Soccer kicks off Feb. 29 (stream out-of-market matches all season live on ESPN+). To make it to 25 years is an impressive accomplishment, full stop. Are there issues and problems with the league? Of course. Do we all wish it were further along, closer to commissioner Don Garber's stated goal of becoming one of the world's best leagues in (checks calendar) just two years? Sure. Could it be churning out more young talent, bolstering the United States men's national...

Ranking MLS' new-for-2020 shirts, from Sporting KC's polka dots to Chicago's standalone look

Major League Soccer celebrates its 25th anniversary with the kickoff of the 2020 season. The fun begins on Feb. 29 with Opening Weekend, and the first broadcasts to air on ESPN take place on March 1, when the reigning MLS Cup champion Seattle Sounders host the new-look Chicago Fire (3 p.m. ET, LIVE on ESPN) and David Beckham's Inter Miami play their first competitive match in a glamour tie at LAFC (5:30 p.m. ET, LIVE on ESPN).

Of course, with any new season comes a raft of new kits. With all 26...

By ESPN Staff
Feb 7, 2020

MLS shows off new kits during New York Fashion Week

NFL stars, rappers and actors model the new kits MLS clubs will wear in the league's 25th season.

Sources: Sacha Kljestan to sign with LA Galaxy

After Alan Pulido confirms his departure from Chivas, Herc Gomez assesses where his most likely destination is.

Former U.S. international midfielder Sacha Kljestan is set to sign with the LA Galaxy, league sources confirmed to ESPN.

The LA Times' Kevin Baxter was the first to report the news. An announcement is expected later on Monday.

Kljestan, 34, was a free agent after his contract with Orlando City had expired, following a campaign in which he recorded one goal and three assists in 23 league appearances. He is expected to provide midfield depth for a Galaxy side that already features the likes of...