Landon Donovan es el hombre récord de la MLS, y en la tarde del domingo ha conseguido romper uno que, como todos los que ya posee, parece difícil de superar.
CARSON, Calif. -- The LA Galaxy are looking to be the "First to Five" MLS Cup titles in league history.
Ahead of Sunday's MLS Cup final at StubHub Center, the Galaxy supporters' group Angel City Brigade displayed a tifo to try and provide that last bit of motivation to their team.
After the confetti has landed, MLS Cup 2014 has been raised high and the broadcasts sign off (3 pm ET on ESPN, UniMas, UDN, TSN1 and RDS2), make your way to MLSsoccer.com right away.
We'll have a live stream of the post-game press conference featuring both teams and the MLS Cup MVP.
Watch MLS Cup 2014 from most anywhere in the world: Here are the global TV listings for the big game
Whether you live in Rome, Ohio or Rome, Italy there will be no excuses to miss MLS Cup 2014 this Sunday (3 pm ET).
Here's the complete list of worldwide TV and radio coverage of the event:
USA (English): ESPN, WatchESPN (online)
ESPN will wrap up its 19th straight season of MLS coverage with the live airing of MLS Cup 2014 with an ESPN FC Boot Room Extra following postgame.
MLS CUP FINAL
Sunday, December 7
3:00 PM ET
ESPN, UniMas, Univision Deportes
TSN1, RDS2 and SiriusXM
MLS Cup 2014 on Sunday between the LA Galaxy and New England Revolution (3 pm ET on ESPN, UniMas, UDN, TSN1 and RDS2) is the 19th in league history.
If you're new to MLS or perhaps you love a taste of nostalgia, here are all 18 previous video recaps -- all in one place.
Which one is your favorite MLS Cup to date? Which goal is your favorite? Let us know in the comments section below:
LA GALAXY VS. NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION
MLS CUP FINAL
December 7, 2014 | 3 pm ET
StubHub Center, Carson, Calif.
TV: ESPN, UniMas, UDN, TSN1, RDS2 | Radio: SiriusXM FC
International TV Listings
The big one. The grand finale. The title bout. Whatever you want to call it, this is where it all ends when the LA Galaxy host the New England Revolution with the league championship on the line.
MLS Cup: Eight years after famous miss, New England Revolution's Jay Heaps on the brink of cathartic title
CARSON, California – Jay Heaps knows better than most that fate can be cruel. In his case, repeatedly so.
Four times Heaps and the Revolution went to MLS Cup. Four times, New England left with nothing but second-place medal to show for it.
And while each game had it’s own agonizing moments - 2002, 2005, 2006 and 2007 - none was more formative for Heaps than the wild 2006 final that included dramatic extra-time time goals from the Revs and the Houston Dynamo and a decisive penalty miss that will live with Longmeadow, Mass., native for life.
For most players on the New England Revolution, MLS Cup on Sunday (3 pm ET on ESPN, UniMas, UDN, TSN1 and RDS2) will mark the end of their 2014 campaign, win or lose.
Not for Revs Homegrown star Diego Fagundez.