David Beckham's MLS expansion team investor group has undergone a significant restructuring days before a meeting of the league's Board of Governors.
U.S. Soccer and FC Dallas on Tuesday announced that the new National Soccer Hall of Fame will open in Frisco, Texas on Oct. 20, 2018.
The Seattle Sounders have signed forward Clint Dempsey to a one-year deal for the 2018 season that provides more salary flexibility for the club.
The Portland Timbers have tabbed Giovanni Savarese to be their next manager, sources have told ESPN FC television analyst Taylor Twellman.
Los Angeles FC acquired the Montreal Impact's Laurent Ciman in a trade for two players the new MLS club acquired in the expansion draft hours earlier.
Former United States coach Bruce Arena says it is "completely false" that U.S. Soccer tried to "market" MLS with its player selection.
Atlanta United is in the final stages of acquiring Portland Timbers star Darlington Nagbe, sources told ESPN's Taylor Twellman on Monday.
Toronto FC set its sights on repeating as MLS Cup champions while celebrating its first title with a parade through the city in front of thousands.
FC Dallas sent U.S. international defender Walker Zimmerman to expansion club Los Angeles FC for the top spot in the MLS allocation ranking.
The Canadian club will be the sixth of the 33-year-old Sierra Leone international's MLS career.
In exchange for the 32-year-old, D.C. gave up $75,000 General Allocation Money and a 2018 International Roster Spot.
With the 2017 MLS season now in the rearview mirror, Graham Parker recalls the year's unforgettable moments -- and some we wish we could forget.
Two months ago, Jozy Altidore and Michael Bradley lived the nightmare of not making the World Cup. Lifting MLS Cup together can ease their pain.
Toronto coach Greg Vanney feared Stefan Frei would repeat his MVP performance of the 2016 MLS Cup in this year's rematch.
Seattle came into MLS Cup with a chance to become the fourth club to win back-to-back titles. The Sounders' loss to Toronto is an opportunity missed.
The Seattle Sounders had no answer for Toronto's inspired tactics, and by the time Brian Schmetzer made his substitutions, MLS Cup was already lost.
Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley was thrilled to secure his "obsession" of winning the MLS title after Saturday's 2-0 win over the Seattle Sounders.
Toronto FC capped off a historic season by earning Major League Soccer's first treble, lifting MLS Cup after beating the Seattle Sounders 2-0.
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