MLS Regular Season

Philadelphia Union boss Jim Curtin lauds team for first win at Red Bull Arena: "They put in a great effort"

Philly boss lauds team for first win at RBA: "They put in a great effort"

Through their first five years of existence, the Philadelphia Union had never won a game at Red Bull Arena.

Few would have expected that to change with captain Maurice Edu, leading scorer Fernando Aristeguieta and ironman defender Ray Gaddis among Philly’s absences for Sunday’s road tilt against the Red Bulls.

New York Red Bulls frustrated by rare home loss to Philadelphia Union as scoreless drought continues

Red Bulls feeling "unlucky" after second straight shutout loss

HARRISON, N.J. – A picture is worth a thousand words, but the frustration written on the faces in the New York Red Bulls locker room said a whole lot more.

After being shut out in Dallas a week ago, New York was once again held off the scoreboard -- though this time, the Red Bulls walked away empty-handed. For all of their possession and chances created, the Red Bulls simply could not break down a disciplined and organized Union side that took their chances with great aplomb, dropping a disappointing 2-0 decision at home.

New York Red Bulls 0, Philadelphia Union 2 | MLS Match Recap

NY 0, PHI 2: Nogueira, Sapong lift Union to first-ever win at Red Bull Arena

HARRISON, N.J. – After failing in their seven prior attempts, the Philadelphia Union finally bested the New York Red Bulls on the road, coming alive in the second half to earn a surprising 2-0 victory over their I-95 rival Sunday evening.

Now 1-6-1 in all competitions at Red Bull Arena, the Union rode goals from Vincent Nogueira and C.J. Sapong after halftime and another strong outing from their depleted backline en route to their second straight win.


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Portland Timbers' Nat Borchers marks 300th career MLS appearance in loss to Toronto FC

Ageless Nat: Another MLS veteran reaches the 300-appearances milestone

Another MLS warrior has reached the 300 mark.

The Portland Timbers’ 1-0 loss at Toronto FC on Saturday marked defender Nat Borchers’ 300th career MLS match, making him just the 29th player in league history to reach that milestone.

New York Red Bulls vs. Philadelphia Union | MLS Match Preview

#NYvPHI: I-95 rivals at opposite ends of table face off (5 pm ET; Fox Sports 1)

RED BULL ARENA, Harrison, N.J.
May 24, 2015 (Week 12, MLS Game #119)
5 pm ET (Fox Sports 1, Fox Deportes, Fox Deportes GO)

Even with opening of Avaya Stadium, San Jose Earthquakes insist games at Levi's Stadium have value

Quakes, Orlando set for "great showcase" at Levi's Stadium (7 pm ET, FS1)

SAN JOSE, Calif. – The San Jose Earthquakes have sold out all four regular-season games at Avaya Stadium. Their brand-new arena has been so well received that it’s on the shortlist for one organization’s Venue of the Year, alongside Camp Nou and Wembley Stadium.

San Jose Earthquakes vs. Orlando City SC | MLS Match Preview

#SJvORL: Wondo's boys welcome Kaká & Co. to Levi's (Sunday, 7 pm ET; Fox Sports 1)

LEVI'S STADIUM, Santa Clara, Calif.
May 24, 2015 (Week 12, MLS Game #120)
7 pm ET (FOX Sports 1, FOX Deportes, FOX Sports GO)

Toronto FC laud playmaker Sebastian Giovinco after game-winning performance vs. Portland Timbers

Must-See Goal: Giovinco hailed after stunning winner vs. Timbers

TORONTO – Toronto FC star Sebastian Giovinco is a player in a class of his own.

So says his head coach Greg Vanney, who saw his side benefit from another peach of a goal by the Italian forward in a 1-0 win over the Portland Timbers – Toronto’s first home win of the season – and the strike left Vanney and teammates full of praise.

New York City FC's Jason Kreis laments return to "familiar territory" of conceding early in loss

In "odd" return to Rio Tinto, it's the same old story for Kreis' NYCFC

Leading his team onto the pitch at Rio Tinto Stadium as a foe may have been a completely new experience for Jason Kreis, but what transpired on the field is becoming all too familiar for the New York City FC head coach.

A 2-0 loss to Real Salt Lake on Saturday night followed a similar script to NYCFC’s previous six losses this season.

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