Major League Soccer

Major League Soccer (MLS) was founded in December of 1993 and is the top professional soccer league in American. The league, commissioned by Don Garber, consists of 20 teams that are organized into two conferences, the Eastern and Western Conference. Fans all over buy tickets to games or tune in on television, to watch their favorite teams play during the 34 games with in the time period from March to October. Every year, the two teams that survive the playoffs earn the honor to play for the MLS Cup.

Eastern Conference

Atlanta United Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Chicago Fire Toyota Park
Columbus Crew Mapfre Stadium
DC United Audi Field
Montreal Impact Saputo Stadium
New England Revolution Gillette Stadium
New York City FC Yankee Stadium
New York Red Bulls Red Bull Arena
Orlando City SC Orlando City Stadium
Philadelphia Union Talen Energy Stadium
Toronto FC BMO Field
Atlanta United Bobby Dodd Stadium (team moved)
DC United RFK Stadium (team moved)
Orlando City SC Camping World Stadium (team moved)

Western Conference

Colorado Rapids Dick's Sporting Goods Park
FC Dallas Toyota Stadium
Houston Dynamo BBVA Compass Stadium
LA Galaxy StubHub Center
Los Angeles FC Banc of California Stadium
Minnesota United TCF Bank Stadium
Portland Timbers Providence Park
Real Salt Lake Rio Tinto Stadium
San Jose Earthquakes Avaya Stadium
Seattle Sounders FC CenturyLink Field
Sporting Kansas City Children's Mercy Park
Vancouver Whitecaps FC BC Place
San Jose Earthquakes Stevens Stadium (team moved)
Chivas USA StubHub Center (team defunct)

Other Teams

Olympic Stadium, Montreal