Jobs at MLS and SUM
Working for the League
Interested in working for Major League Soccer (MLS) or Soccer United Marketing (SUM), the preeminent soccer business company in North America?
Do you want to work in a sport that sits at the heart of a new America? A sport that brings generations together and speaks to people who see themselves as global citizens? How about working for a league that is poised to shout louder and differently than traditional North American sports?
Headquartered in New York City, MLS and SUM are committed to attracting and retaining the most innovative talent in the industry. We offer an environment that recognizes teamwork and collaboration, fosters diversity and encourages creativity, all while sharing a passion for The Beautiful Game.
Are you dedicated to helping fulfull our mission? If so, please check out our opportunities listed below. If you don't find an opening that fits your goals, continue to check back as we frequently update listings.
Working for Clubs
If you are interested in exploring job opportunities with the MLS Clubs, please apply online by visiting our Clubs job board.
Working for The National Sales Center
If you are interested in exploring job opportunities with the MLS National Sales Center, please apply online by visiting our NSC Homepage.
Since 1996, Major League Soccer has provided opportunities for aspiring soccer players on the field. As the business of soccer in the United States continues to grow, it is imperative to us -- and to the sport -- that individuals passionate about our game have opportunities off the field. To that end, MLS has initiated a comprehensive Internship Program based at our headquarters in New York City. All MLS/SUM Internship Program participants must be 18 years old or older and either a college student (sophomore status or higher preferred), graduate student, or have graduated within two years of their acceptance into the program.
Major League Soccer and Soccer United Marketing are proud to be equal opportunity employers. It is our policy to welcome candidates without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by applicable city, state or federal law.