2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
0-0-0, 1st in Major League Soccer
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2dJeff Carlisle

Barco cements Atlanta as MLS' most ambitious

Atlanta United's signing of Ezequiel Barco set a new standard in MLS, and proved once again the club isn't afraid to spend big on its road to success.

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2dESPN staff

Atlanta finishes MLS-record Barco signing

Atlanta United completed the signing of 18-year-old Ezequiel Barco from Argentina side Independiente, sealing the largest transfer in MLS history.

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3dPA Sport

Eales: MLS not 'bashful' of being American

Atlanta United president Darren Eales believes MLS has entered football's "global village" and should not be "bashful" about being American.

Moreno: Atlanta's Barco purchase a marker for MLS (0:57)
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10dESPN staff

Atlanta agrees record Barco deal - sources

Independiente has reached an agreement in principle to send 18-year-old Ezequiel Barco to MLS side Atlanta United, sources tell ESPN Argentina.

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32dJeff Carlisle

Atlanta won't budge over Barco offer - sources

Atlanta United is standing firm with its original offer of $12 million for Independiente midfielder Ezequiel Barco, a league source confirmed to ESPN.

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38dAdriana Garcia

Independiente want Barco stay amid Atlanta talk

Independiente president Hugo Moyano is hoping to convince Ezequiel Barco to remain at the club amid claims he is weighing up an Atlanta United offer.

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39dAssociated Press

Nagbe seals move from Portland to Atlanta

The Portland Timbers have traded midfielder Darlington Nagbe to Atlanta United in exchange for as much as $1.65 million in allocation money.

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41dESPN staff

Atlanta United near Nagbe trade - sources

Atlanta United is in the final stages of acquiring Portland Timbers star Darlington Nagbe, sources told ESPN's Taylor Twellman on Monday.

WATCH: Almiron's best moments of 2017 - Via Atlanta (1:00)
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62dESPN staff

Almiron top MLS newcomer; Jones retires

Atlanta United midfielder Miguel Almiron was named Major League Soccer's Newcomer of the Year as teammate Kenwyne Jones announced his retirement.

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68dAssociated Press

Atlanta adds USL team for 2018 season

Atlanta United is adding an expansion team in the second-division United Soccer League that will begin play in 2018.

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73dJeff Carlisle

Almiron has top-selling MLS jersey in 2017

The Atlanta United midfielder had MLS's top-selling jersey in 2017, followed by Bastian Schweinsteiger. Just two U.S. internationals made the Top 10.

WATCH: Every MLS goal of Atlanta's season - Via Atlanta (2:05)
The first year of the Golden Spike - Via Atlanta (0:43)
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87dJeff Carlisle

Crew's Steffen stuffs Atlanta, Houston rolls

Columbus goalkeeper Zack Steffen put the brakes on Atlanta's high-octane attack, while Alberth Elis and the Houston Dynamo snuck past Sporting KC.

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89dGraham Parker

Crew's Cup experience can help stifle Atlanta

Atlanta United is among the most dynamic sides in the league, but the Columbus Crew can call on MLS Cup experience to shut down the Five Stripes.

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91dESPN staff

Atlanta United sets MLS attendance records

Atlanta United broke the MLS attendance record in its final regular-season game on Sunday, going past the 800,000 mark in its first year in the league

Atlanta 2-2 Toronto (2:38)

RankingsMajor League Soccer

Goal Difference302nd
Goals Scored702nd
Goals Conceded403rd