MLS All-Star Game

2016

Avaya Stadium

San Jose, CA

MLS All-Stars 1 — Arsenal 2

Montreal Impact striker, and Arsenal nemesis, Didier Drogba struck during first-half stoppage time for the MLS All-Stars' only goal in a 2-1 loss to the Gunners at Avaya Stadium on Thursday evening in front of a sellout crowd of 18,000. Match recap

GOALS: Joel Campbell (PK - Arsenal), Didier Drogba (MLS), Chuba Akpom (Arsenal)

2015

Dick’s Sporting Goods Park

Denver, CO

MLS All-Stars 2 — Tottenham Hotspur 1

Brazilian superstar Kaká talked about how he dreamed of playing in an All-Star Game after growing up in Brazil and watching NBA superstars play their version of it. On matchday, he played like he meant those words. Match recap

GOALS: Kaká (MLS), David Villa (MLS), Harry Kane (Tottenham)

2014

Providence Park

Portland, OR

MLS All-Stars 2 — Bayern Munich 1

In maybe the most contentious All-Star Game of all-time, the MLS side took down Bayern Munich 2-1 thanks to some stellar play from Landon Donovan in his final All-Star appearance. Bayern manager Pep Guardiola was so upset after the game that he refused to shake hands with Timbers head coach Caleb Porter. Match recap

GOALS: Robert Lewandowski (Bayern), Bradley Wright-Phillips (MLS), Landon Donovan (MLS)

2013

Sporting Park

Kansas City, KS

Roma 3 — MLS All-Stars 1

In 2013, US national team star Michael Bradley returned to the States with AS Roma to play in the All-Star Game. He featured for all 90 minutes in a 3-1 win for the Italian side with the All-Stars scoring their only goal in the 91st minute. Match recap

GOALS: Kevin Strootman (Roma), Alessandro Florenzi (Roma), Junior Tallo (Roma), Omar Gonzalez (MLS)

2012

PPL Park

Chester, PA

MLS All-Stars 3 — 2 Chelsea

After their defeat in 2006, Chelsea returned to the US to face the MLS All-Stars in 2012. Eddie Johnson scored the game-winner for MLS in the 91st minute. Match recap

GOALS: Chris Wondolowski (MLS), John Terry (Chelsea), Frank Lampard (Chelsea), Chris Pontius (MLS), Eddie Johnson (MLS)

2011

Red Bull Arena

Harrison, NJ

Manchester United 4 — 0 MLS All-Stars

Manchester United came across the pond for the second consecutive year to face the MLS All-Stars and the result was more of the same. The Premier League winners had four different goalscorers while Wayne Rooney collected two assists. Match recap

GOALS: Anderson, Ji-Sung Park, Dimitar Berbatov, Danny Welbeck

2010

Reliant Stadium

Houston, TX

Manchester United 5 — 2 MLS All-Stars

In front of a record crowd in Houston, Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez led Manchester United to a romp over the MLS All-Stars. The ManU's newest signing scored one of the five goals for the English giants on his debut. Match recap

GOALS: Federico Macheda (2), Brian Ching (MLS), Darron Gibson, Tom Cleverley, Javier Hernandez, Dwayne De Rosario (MLS)

2009

Rio Tinto Stadium

Sandy, ut

Everton 1 (4) — 1 (3) MLS All-Stars

After four-straight wins, the MLS All-Stars finally lost to a British opponent in the first All-Star Game to go to penalty kicks. Everton goalkeeper and USMNT starter Tim Howard earned MVP honors thanks to his efforts. Match recap

GOALS: Louis Saha (Everton), Brad Davis (MLS)

2008

BMO Field

Toronto, Ontario

MLS All-Stars 3 — 2 West Ham United

The MLS All-Stars got their fourth consecutive win against British opponents after knocking off West Ham in Toronto. Cuauhtemoc Blanco entertained the crowd with a goal and an assist while hometown favorite Dwayne De Rosario scored the game-winning goal in the 69th minute via PK. Match recap

GOALS: Dean Ashton (2 - West Ham), Christian Gomez, Cuauhtemoc Blanco, Dwayne De Rosario

2007

Dick's Sporting Goods Park

Commerce city, CO

MLS All-Stars 2 — 0 Celtic

Scottish giants Celtic met the All-Stars in the first All-Star Game in Colorado. Juan Pablo Angel and Dwayne De Rosario hooked up to score the winner. Match recap

GOALS: Juan Pablo Angel, Juan Toja

2006

Toyota Park

Bridgeview, IL

MLS All-Stars 1 — 0 Chelsea

After winning their second-consecutive Premier League title, Frank Lampard, John Terry and Didier Drogba took Chelsea across the Atlantic Ocean to face the MLS All-Stars. Despite all the Blues' star power, Dwayne De Rosario scored the only goal of the game to lead the MLS All-Stars to victory. Match recap

GOAL: Dwayne De Rosario

2005

Washington, DC Stadium

Columbus, OH

MLS All-Stars 4 — 1 Fulham

The All-Stars' first European opponent, Fulham, came to the US with former MLS All-Stars Carlos Bocanegra and Brian McBride. They left the US with a defeat thanks to Taylor Twellman and Jeff Cunningham, two of the best strikers in MLS history. Match recap

GOALS: Taylor Twellman, Claus Jensen (Fulham), Ronnie O'Brien, Jeff Cunningham (2)

2004

RFK Stadium

Washington, DC

East All-Stars 3 — 2 West All-Stars

East and West met again in the 2004 edition of the All-Star Game. MetroStars playmaker Amado Guevara led the way for the East, scoring twice and collecting an assist. Match recap

GOALS: Amado Guevara (2 - E), Brian Ching (W), Alecko Eskandarian (E), Jason Kreis (W)

2003

Home Depot Center

Carson, CA

MLS All-Stars 3 — 1 Chivas Guadalajara

MLS' first foray into playing a foreign club team in the All-Star Game came back in 2003 when they faced off with Mexican giants Chivas. LA Galaxy forward Carlos Ruiz provided the game-winning goal and was named MVP of the game. Match recap

GOALS: Ante Razov, Jair Garcia (Chivas), Carlos Ruiz, DaMarcus Beasley

2002

RFK Stadium

Washington, DC

MLS All-Stars 3 — 2 US National Team

After the US national team had a successful run to the quarterfinals of the World Cup in Korea/Japan, they came home to face the MLS All-Stars in Washington, DC The All-Stars came out on top thanks to an 81st minute goal from Steve Ralston. Match recap

GOALS: Landon Donovan (USA), Jason Kreis (MLS), Marco Etcheverry (MLS), Cobi Jones (USA), Steve Ralston (MLS)

2001

Spartan Stadium

San Jose, CA

East All-Stars 6 — 6 West All-Stars

In the first All-Star Game to end in a tie, Landon Donovan led the West to a draw after scoring the equalizer in the 92nd minute. Donovan scored four goals and was named MVP in his first ever All-Star appearance. Match recap

GOALS: Landon Donovan (4-W), Ariel Graziani (W), Alex Pineda Chacon (E), Brian McBride (2 - E), Mamadou Diallo (E), Dema Kovalenko (W), Jim Rooney (E), Cate (E)

2000

Washington, DC Stadium

Columbus, OH

East All-Stars 9 — 4 West All-Stars

The first All-Star Game of the new milennium was the highest scoring All-Star game in MLS history. The East routed the West behind two goals and an assist from Mamadou Diallo. Match recap

GOALS: Clint Mathis (E), Ante Razov (W), Mauricio Cienfuegos (W), Ante Razov (W), Jaime Moreno (E), Adolfo Valencia (E), Peter Nowak (W), Mark Chung (E), Mamadou Diallo (E), Mamadou Diallo (E), Jay Heaps (E), Dante Washington (E), Brian McBride (E)

1999

QUALCOMM Stadium

San Diego, CA

West All-Stars 6 — 4 East All-Stars

In a return to the original format, the West All-Stars defeated the East All-Stars for the first time. Preki led the West to a 6-4 victory with two goals and an assist. Match recap

GOALS: Roy Lassister (E), Preki (W), Roman Kosecki (W), Cobi Jones (W), Preki (W), Joe-Max Moore (E), Carlos Valderrama (E), Stern John (E), Mauricio Wright (W), Ronald Cerritos (W)

1998

Citrus Bowl

Orlando, FL

USA 6 — 1 World

In the first format change to the MLS All-Star Game, a US All-Star squad battled with international All-Stars. The American players dominated the game, winning 6-1, with six different players tallying. Match recap

GOALS: Tab Ramos, Alexi Lalas, Brian McBride, Preki, Roy Lassiter, Cobi Jones, Mauricio Ramos (W)

1997

Giants Stadium

East Rutherford, NJ

East All-Stars 5 — 4 West All-Stars

For the second consecutive year, the East All-Stars defeated the West All-Stars thanks to an 88th minute-winner. This time it was Brian McBride that scored it. The East won the game 5-4 behind another MVP performance from Carlos Valderrama, who scored and collected two assists. Match recap

GOALS: Dante Washington (W), Jorge Campos (W), Carlos Valderrama (E), Guiseppe Galderisi (E), Robert Warzycha (E), Richie Williams (E), Digital Takawira (W), Cobi Jones (W), Brian McBride (E)

1996

Giants Stadium

East Rutherford, NJ

East All-Stars 3 — 2 West All-Stars

In the league's first All-Star Game, the Eastern Conference defeated the Western Conference 3-2 in a thrilling match. Steve Pittman scored the game-winning goal in the 88th minute and Carlos Valderrama assisted on two of the East's three goals and was named MVP of the game. Match recap

GOALS: Tab Ramos (E), Preki (W), Jason Kreis (W), Giovanni Savarese (E), Steve Pittman (E)