06 June 2:58 de la tarde

As the world eagerly anticipates World Cup group play,  exciting news was established in Major League Soccer this week as New York City FC signed its first player, all-time leading international Spanish goal scorer, David Villa.   Now 14 weeks into league play, Houston Dynamo and Sporting Kansas City face off tonight at BBVA Compass Stadium.  The teams have been MLS Cup Playoff foes for the last three seasons and both are very hungry for a “W”!  Before you find out which team gets the last bite, don’t forget to nominate your local Community MVP as well as check out how your club made an impact in the community.

MOMinate winner Laurie Hodd receives full beauty makeover from Kimberly Caldwell


Rapids SOCO Unified team races the weather during third team practice'


Veteran Stand Together Week volunteers Bill & Felix Kayser enjoy camaraderie of giving back


Revolution & UnitedHealthcare to launch FieldFit!™at New York match on June 8


Robbie Rogers speaks in YouTube "Proud to Play" video


KC Cauldron hosts honorary member


Chivas USA Celebrates ‘Empowerment through Soccer’ Night


The Victory Project hosts fundraiser clinics


D.C. United joins JetBlue, Random House Children’s Books in Summer Reading Program


The Victory Project hosts fundraiser clinics


SOCO Practice on Wednesday, May 28


Portland Timbers, Thorns FC and sponsors provide match experience for children with Tix for Kids program

30 May 3:32 de la tarde

MLS history was made last weekend by none other than LA Galaxy star, Landon Donovan, who showed his mental toughness after being thrust into the spotlight last week following the U.S. Men’s National Team announcement.  During LA’s match against the Union, Donovan broke the record for MLS goals scored with his 137th goal.  Meanwhile,  the USMNT continues to prepare for the “Group of Death” as they enter the second match of their send-off series. Following Tuesday’s win over Azerbaijan, the United States will take on Turkey in an international friendly at Red Bull Arena.  Before you prepare for a weekend of MLS and USMNT action, don’t forget to take a look at how your favorite clubs are making a difference.

Sporting Kaw Valley’s Party on the Pitch


Chivas USA Celebrate ‘Empowerment Through Soccer’ Night


Timbers, CenturyLink looking for a Game-Changer in your community


Camo-Numbered Kits Raise Over $11,000 For Military Charities


The 2014 squad comes together for first official practice


KCKSA Mini Clinic Presented by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City


Kate Scott finds acceptance in Quakes family


New England’s FieldFit!


United Drives to Collect Toiletries for Thrive DC


Columbus Says Thank You to All Our Troops

29 May 11:39 de la mañana

All over North America, soccer fans are using the sport to enhance the communities in which they live and work. Major League Soccer and Wells Fargo want to tell these stories. We are looking for individuals who set an example as a leader in the community and use soccer as a tool to help make a positive impact.   

Do you know someone who promotes goodwill, demonstrates leadership qualities and helps to improve lives within their community? Share their story and nominate them for the MLS WORKS Community MVP Contest presented by Wells Fargo.  Nominees* should be making a difference in one (1) of the following areas:

  • Social issues focusing on acceptance, inclusion and equality
  • Health Issues affecting men, women or children
  • Community Service for a local, national or international charity or community organization

One (1) Grand Prize winner will receive a trip to the 2014 AT&T MLS All-Star Game in Portland, OR and a $10,000 donation.  The nominator of the Grand Prize Winner  and one (1) guest will also receive a trip to the 2014 AT&T MLS All-Star Game.**

Click here to nominate your Community MVP.


*Nominee and nominator must be eighteen (18) years or at least the age of majority in its jurisdiction of residence or older; individuals can nominate themselves.  See official rules.

**$10,000 donation not included in Nominator prize package

23 May 11:38 de la mañana

With the World Cup only 19 days away, the United States announced their 23-man roster this week and it’s hard to fathom it will not include Landon Donovan.   While many continue to state their opinion on Klinsmann’s decision, North-American soccer is in full swing as we enter another weekend of MLS matches.  Sporting Kansas City hosts Toronto FC in an alluring matchup as Sporting is currently second in the division.  Will the New England Revolution build on their five game unbeaten streak against D.C. United this Saturday?  The Black and Red have consistently been a tough match-up so it will not be easy for the Revs.   Before you fire up the grill this Memorial Day Weekend,  be sure and check out how our clubs are impacting the community.

KCPT segment on The Victory Project


Sounders Military Appreciation Night


Successful Adult Dream Camp Gave Supporters A Way to Live Life As A Sounder


Leading by example: Union players Gaddis and Blake inspire minds at Wilmington Boys & Girls Club


D.C. United and Leidos' Inaugural Armed Forces Week Recap


Chivas at the Park kicks off in Bell Gardens


Impact hosts open house on May 31


Chicago Fire Continues City Year Partnership with Day of Service


Chicago Fire Foundation to host third annual “Fire, Brews and Bites” beer tasting event


Whitecaps FC partner with Purolator Tackle Hunger in support of the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society


Clarence Goodson supports love.fútbol


Portland Timbers again among finalists for 2014 Steve Patterson Award for Excellence in Sports Philanthropy


Bruce Arena does not shy away from Jacob Trainor's emotional role in LA Galaxy victory


Toronto FC Shape Up Event


Third Annual Wine and Dine raises over $40,000


Military Blitz Day coming to Quakes front office


Chivas at the Park


Join the cause!


Lampson Greets LLS Hero in Portland


Revolution’s 2014 Charitable Drive Series announced


Whitecaps FC raise over $21,000 through #BuckUp for Mental Health campaign


Show your Pride on International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia


Muchacho de Hierro saves the Cup


Make-A-Wish: Muchacho de Hierro saves MLS Cup for Sporting KC

23 May 10:05 de la mañana


In honor of Memorial Day, we celebrate the legacy of an American solider that gave back while serving his country.  The mission of The Kick For Nick Foundation is to keep PFC Nicholas A. Madaras’ dream alive.  PFC Nicholas A. Madaras gave his life for is country while on tour in Iraq and his dream was to foster goodwill and peace through soccer by collecting balls and delivering them into the hands of children around the world.  Kick For Nick is a program to collect soccer balls and fulfill Madaras’ wish.  Join MLS WORKS in supporting Kick For Nick and keeping PFC Nick Madaras’ dream alive.  For more information visit

16 May 3:33 de la tarde

As we enter another weekend of MLS action, one can only hope it is historic like last weekend.  During the New York Red Bulls vs. Chicago Fire match, both Bradley Wright-Phillips and Harry Shipp recorded hat tricks.   That was the first time in League history that two players recorded a hat-trick in the same game.  With the World Cup approaching in less than a month, the excitement is building.  Earlier this week the United States as well as 24 others countries announced their preliminary rosters as we travel further down the Road to Brazil.  Week 12 of MLS soccer is here so before you get comfortable on the couch with an action-packed week of soccer, be sure to check out how your clubs made a difference in the community.  


Lampson Featured in New LLS Commercial


Check out photos from The Art of Futbol 2014


Portland Timbers award $52,000 in Community Fund grants


Farewell to a friend: Union, Foundation honor family of tri-state area soccer great Stan Koziol


LA Galaxy work with Make-A-Wish to sign 15-year-old forward Jacob Trainor


LA Galaxy sign "versatile" forward Jacob Trainor, making cancer-stricken boy's wish come true


Portland Timbers, Leuopold & Stevens help support military families through Saves for Soldiers


Dynamo partner with Texas Children’s Health Plan for Family Section at BBVA Compass Stadium


Seventh annual "World Cup of Wine and Beer" set for June 11


Celebrating Eric Shertz


Dare To Care: Parkhurst, Stuver Visit Operation Buckeye


Lampson Kicks-off Ashland’s Second Annual Celebration of National Women’s Health Week


D.C. United visits the Pentagon


MOMinate: 'This year’s Mother’s Day is an important one because we may not have another one together'


Lampson Welcomes LLS Heroes In Kansas City and Houston


Bald Is Beautiful 2014

09 May 4:14 de la tarde

This week, New England welcomes Seattle Sounders FC for a very intriguing match-up.  The Revs take on the top team in the Western Conference lead by former Revolution player, Clint Dempsey.   Dempsey returns to Gillette Stadium with a five-game winning streak and a League-leading eight goals to go along with Obafemi Martins’s six assists.  But hold on… Dempsey isn’t the only one striking the back of the net with regularity.  New York Red Bull’s Bradley Wright-Phillips has scored five goals in the last three games.  Want more?  Before you make last-minute Mother’s Day plans and enjoy a weekend filled with more games and goals, check out how your clubs are making a difference In their community.


Braden’s Hope calendar photo shoot held at Sporting Park

ArtsKC and Sporting KC partner for art event at Sporting Park on May 14


Saad and Dwyer at Rally House NKC tonight


Community Clinics presented by BC1


WATCH: Jack's First Kick at Saturday's Game


#BuckUp for Mental Health

02 May 4:33 de la tarde

As we enter week 8 of the MLS season, history is on the mind of two clubs.  The weekend’s slate of matches kicks off on Saturday as  the Vancouver Whitecaps and San Jose Earthquakes celebrate the 40th anniversary of their clubs competing against each other.   Rumor has it we might see some of The Caps supporters go 1974 retro.  It’ll be fun to see which team will get into a groove and possibly even boogie!    Before we tune-in to the full weekend of matches, be sure to check out how our clubs are impacting their communities.  


Red Bulls Midfielder Tim Cahill Makes Memorable Trip to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital


UniteDC coalition grows to more than 50 community organizations and businesses, more than 5,000 D.C. residents


Portland Timbers, Thorns FC team up with local partners to present third annual Stand Together Week June 16-22


Revolution visit Children's Hospital


D.C. United Camps Announces Player Appearances and Satellite Camp Locations


D.C. United, Leidos announce inaugural Armed Forces Week


Lampson Welcome Five-Year Old LLS Hero


Rapids host Military Appreciation Night presented by Coca-Cola


Crew Soccer Foundation to host Kirk Urso Memorial Match at Crew Stadium on August 19


A year later, Atticus is healthy, playing soccer and supporting the Portland Timbers


Tim Cahill to Visit to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® Monday


SCN Mini Clinic at Wyandotte High School Futsal Courts


Guns and Hoses: Annual match between Houston Fire and Police Departments is for the love of the game and community

25 April 12:46 de la tarde

As we roll into week 8 of the MLS season, five more players will watch their teams from the bench.  With 20 suspensions so far this season many fans wonder if referees have overused their cards this year.  Coming off a mid-week win, will the New York Red Bulls pull off a third consecutive victory over league-leading Columbus Crew this Saturday?  Over in the Western Conference, San Jose will try to earn 3 points against in-state rival Chivas USA this weekend.  On another note, we again want to thank those who celebrated Earth Day with us as well as those who continue to help us “Compete to Beat Malaria” through the rest of April.  Before you kick back and watch the exciting matches this weekend, learn more about how our clubs are making a difference in their communities.


A year later, Atticus is healthy, playing soccer and supporting the Portland Timbers

 Earth Day Tree Planting at Home for Little Wanderers

Chivas USA host Adrian Grajeda & family

Lampson Welcomes LLS Hero For Match With United 

D.C. United enjoys 2014 White House Easter Egg Roll

Sporting Kansas City and BeerKC to host 3rd annual Westport Beer Festival

Darlington Nagbe & Timber Joey celebrate Brad's Birthday | Stand Together

Union to honor family that banded together in fight to educate and help people with Autism

22 April 4:57 de la tarde

Earlier today, MLS WORKS, in conjunction with Music for Relief, celebrated Earth Day by offering twitter users the unique opportunity to assist families with little or no access to electricity around the world. MLS WORKS and Music for Relief agreed to donate a SOCCKET ball on behalf of any twitter user that followed the @MLSWORKS handle and re-tweeted the message embedded below.  

Thanks to the generosity of our followers, MLS WORKS and Music for Relief will provide 100 families with a source of renewable energy that will allow children to do homework and parents to attend to houselod duties after sundown.  We sincerely thank all of the twitter users that participated in today's promotion.  As promised, a SOCCKET will be donated on your behalf to a family in need.  On behalf of MLS WORKS and Music for Releif, a special thanks to:

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