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MLS 2020: Your team-by-team preview

Major League Soccer


2020/2021 Season

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MLS 2020 team-by-team preview: Expect Inter Miami and Nashville to watch the playoffs from home

The 25th season of Major League Soccer kicks off Feb. 29 (stream out-of-market matches all season live on ESPN+). To make it to 25 years is an impressive accomplishment, full stop. Are there issues and problems with the league? Of course. Do we all wish it were further along, closer to commissioner Don Garber's stated goal of becoming one of the world's best leagues in (checks calendar) just two years? Sure. Could it be churning out more young talent, bolstering the United States men's national...

Ranking MLS' new-for-2020 shirts, from Sporting KC's polka dots to Chicago's standalone look

Major League Soccer celebrates its 25th anniversary with the kickoff of the 2020 season. The fun begins on Feb. 29 with Opening Weekend, and the first broadcasts to air on ESPN take place on March 1, when the reigning MLS Cup champion Seattle Sounders host the new-look Chicago Fire (3 p.m. ET, LIVE on ESPN) and David Beckham's Inter Miami play their first competitive match in a glamour tie at LAFC (5:30 p.m. ET, LIVE on ESPN).

Of course, with any new season comes a raft of new kits. With all 26...

By ESPN Staff
Feb 7, 2020

MLS shows off new kits during New York Fashion Week

NFL stars, rappers and actors model the new kits MLS clubs will wear in the league's 25th season.

Former Liverpool CEO Ian Ayre calls Jurgen Klopp a 'prophet'

Former Liverpool CEO Ian Ayre talks through some of his most notable signings during his time with the club.
Former Liverpool CEO explains why Jurgen Klopp is one of the most real and natural managers in the game.

Nashville CEO Ian Ayre likened Jurgen Klopp, the man he hired to coach Liverpool, a prophet in the way he goes about his job and said he knew right away that he was perfect to lead the Anfield club.

Ayre, the 56-year-old who served as Liverpool's chief executive from 2014 to 2017, told ESPN at Major League Soccer's media day in Los Angeles that within 15 minutes of meeting the German boss he was ready to hand him the reins of the club he's supported his whole life.

"I'm a big believer that when...