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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

MLS Eastern Conference home and away kit roundup

With the MLS season kicking off on Friday, March 3rd, ESPN FC takes a look at all 11 Eastern Conference clubs' kits. Western Conference kit collection here.

Atlanta United FC

The 2017 expansion team plays its opener against the NY Red Bulls on Sunday with a crowd of 50,000-plus expected.

Chicago Fire

Last season was utterly forgettable for the Fire, who are hoping the arrival of Dax McCarty can help turn things around.

Columbus Crew SC

The Crew, who missed the playoffs last year, will look to recreate the magic of the 2015 season when they reached MLS Cup.

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D.C. United

Luciano Acosta is now a permanent member of United and the Argentine will be key to the club's 2017 postseason push.

Montreal Impact

Didier Drogba is gone, but Montreal still has plenty of firepower to be a force in the Eastern Conference again.

New England Revolution

Kei Kamara was a disappointment for Jay Heaps' team after joining mid-season, as the Revs narrowly missed the playoffs.

New York City FC

MVP David Villa and NYCFC were embarrassed by Toronto in the postseason. Can the club return for redemption?

New York Red Bulls

Jesse Marsch's team has already suffered disappointment in 2017, after being eliminated from the CCL by Vancouver.

Orlando City SC

Orlando City SC move into a new stadium in its third season. Could it be the catalyst for the team's first playoff appearance.

Philadelphia Union

The Union might be one of the hardest teams to predict in the East this year, but questions linger surrounding the front line.

Toronto FC

Toronto lost a heartbreaking 2016 MLS Cup final to Seattle, a reality that could serve as a catalyst for another stellar season.

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