The third annual SuperLiga Tournament is set to kick off this weekend and what was once a tournament with so much promise has turned into a bit of an afterthought that isn't getting much in the way of attention.
Some of the best teams in MLS and the Mexican First Division are set to do battle in a tournament that has provided some entertaining, as well as feisty, matches. The tournament has its flaws of course, from Mexican teams that are out of season to MLS teams that aren't exactly enthusiastic about competing in the event, but somewhere along the way we still wind up with some pretty good games.
Here is the question for you, MLS fans. Do you still care about SuperLiga? Is your team competing in it, and if so, are you interested?
If so, here is the upcoming schedule of SuperLiga matches:
(All times Eastern)
San Luis at Chicago Fire, 8pm (at Toyota Park)
Tigres UNAL at Chivas USA, 10pm (at Home Depot Center)
Atlas at Kansas City Wizards, 4:30pm (at Hermann Stadium, St. Louis)
Santos Laguna at New England Revolution, 6:30pm (Gillette Stadium)
Chivas USA at Chicago Fire, 8pm (Toyota Park)
San Luis vs. Tigres, 10pm (Toyota Park)
All SuperLiga matches can be seen live on the SuperLiga website.
So what do you think of this year's tournament? Wish Pachuca was in it again? Concerned about the toll that extra matches will take on your MLS team? Don't care about the negatives and just hoping your team can win the trophy?
Share your thoughts below.