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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2017/2018 Season

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10 Colorado 6 2 11 20
11 Minnesota 5 4 12 19
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Minnesota United announces new stadium to be named Allianz Field

Minnesota's struggles continued as New York cruised to a comfortable 3-0 road win.

Minnesota United's new stadium will be named Allianz Field when it opens in 2019, the MLS club announced on Tuesday.

United and the Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America revealed a multi-year naming rights sponsorship agreement for the new venue in St. Paul.

The privately financed stadium seats 19,400 fans, with plans to expand to 24,474 when needed.

Allianz already sponsors seven stadiums around the globe, most notably Bayern Munich's Allianz Arena in Germany, while Juventus Stadium in...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Minnesota United finds a 'positive' after 3-0 home defeat vs. Red Bulls

Staying upbeat on social media after a defeat is never easy, so spare a thought for the good folks at Minnesota United, who had to find something to say after Saturday's defeat to the New York Red Bulls, which was the Loons' 12th in 21 games in their inaugural MLS season.

However, while kudos go to the players involved for timing their forward runs, we're not sure this will lift morale. 

Alternatively, maybe this is merely a nice line in self-deprecation; either way, everyone associated with...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

NYCFC beats Chicago Fire with 10 men; Galaxy lose fifth straight

NYCFC went a man down early but netted two second-half goals to hold off the Chicago Fire.

New York City FC overcame an early red card to beat the Chicago Fire 2-1 on Saturday.

After Yangel Herrera was sent off in the 12th minute, David Villa and Frederic Brillant scored early in the second half to carry the 10 men to victory.

Herrera had already been booked for one lunging challenge when he came in late again, stomping on Bastian Schweinsteiger's foot to receive his marching orders.

But Villa scored his 14th goal of the season from a volley two minutes after halftime, before Brilliant...