Columbus Crew SC
Montreal Impact
4:30 PM UTC
Game Details
Philadelphia Union
Chicago Fire
4:30 PM UTC
Game Details
Toronto FC
Houston Dynamo
4:30 PM UTC
Game Details
Sporting Kansas City
FC Dallas
5:30 PM UTC
Game Details
Colorado Rapids
New York City FC
6:00 PM UTC
Game Details
Real Salt Lake
Minnesota United FC
7:00 PM UTC
Game Details
Vancouver Whitecaps
San Jose Earthquakes
7:00 PM UTC
Game Details

Champions England dominate ESPN's U-17 World Cup Team of the tournament

England lifted their first U-17 World Cup title, capping off an incredible year of success for their junior teams, with a 5-2 win over Spain in the U-17 World Cup final in Kolkata, India over the weekend. The tournament saw record crowds and a new record for most goals at an U-17 World Cup, with several young players standing out.

Here's ESPN's pick of the stars who shone brightest -- not surprisingly, the English team features quite prominently -- and when you read news about some of these names...

Brazil, Mali look to savour last dance in India

Brazil will be in action at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata on the last day of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup, potentially in front of a capacity crowd that has embraced them as their own.

There is a small plot twist though, which will disappoint coach Carlos Amadeu's team just as much as it will the football-city they have entertained over the last one week: It is a third-place playoff -- the starter before the main course, in a manner of speaking -- only the third such in eight semi-final appearances...

England, are you Brazil in disguise?

ESPN's Sharda Ugra and Debayan Sen were on scene at the Salt Lake Stadium to watch as England upset Brazil to make the final of the Under-17 World Cup.


Remember those cliches about "boring, boring England" born out of their superstar World Cup teams? Cast them aside for the moment and, like football-watching Indians have for the last few weeks, celebrate an England that can be both magical and methodical, whose football comes with its aesthetics tied into efficiency. A team made up of many smoothly-working, glittering parts.

On the night they entered their first ever Under-17 World Cup final, we saw the quicksilver opportunism of Rhian Brewster,...

Hat-trick hero Brewster celebrates 'big dream come true'


Rhian Brewster, whose second successive hat-trick took England to their first U-17 World Cup final with a 3-1 win over Brazil, called it a "dream come true" and shifted focus to Saturday's final.

"This is a big dream for me to score hat-tricks in two World Cup games, " Brewster said after the game. "And for it to come in the quarter-finals and semi-finals is an amazing feeling. Yeah, (it's) a dream come true. It was good to get the lead, and I think the boys dug deep and pushed through to...