As Major League Soccer spent Monday commemorating the anniversary of the league’s inaugural match, Bruce Arena remembers that special day for what it meant to American soccer at the time. Arena has fond (…)
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SEATTLE — It was not the best performance, but it was an influential one. As a result, Raul Ruidiaz has made history. Ruidiaz became the first Peruvian to win an MLS Cup on Sunday after helping his Seattle (…)
Raul Ruidiaz scored a goal and assisted on another in Seattle’s MLS Cup victory.
SEATTLE — Two years ago, Raul Ruidiaz was down in Mexico scoring goals to fight off relegation and going through all the challenging emotions that come with trying to survive. The goals have remained, (…)
SEATTLE —It has been the dream of dreams since the Seattle Sounders’ inaugural match in 2009, a 3-0 home win over the New York Red Bulls in front of more than 32,000 supporters, a nationally-broadcast game (…)
SEATTLE — When Toronto FC sold former MLS MVP Sebastian Giovinco in January, there were plenty of questions as to how the club planned to replace the dynamic playmaker without a notable drop in production. (…)
Atlanta United striker Josef Martinez did something on Saturday night that he had never done before in his career: He became a champion.
The fifth time was the charm for Michael Parkhurst as he finally lifts an MLS Cup after four losses in the final.
Atlanta United’s title run manifested itself both with the team on the field and the large crowd at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Gerardo Martino is on his way out of Atlanta but being able to bring a title to the town and team is something he will remember as he moves onto a new chapter.