Big news for Major League Soccer this week as the city of Atlanta joins the league as the 22nd franchise. Scheduled to start play in 2017, the Arthur Blank-owned club will solidify the League's presence in the southeast. Closer to home, the 2014 Don't Cross the Line PSA will begin airing on TV broadcasts and in-stadium this weekend. This years PSA features MLS players, fans, and supporters and reinforces the League's commitment to unity, respect, fair play, equality and acceptance throughout the soccer community. With a full slate of MLS matches scheduled for tomorrow, be sure to check out how our clubs gave back to their communities this week.
Whitecaps FC #BuckUp for Mental Health
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Chicago Fire Soccer Club Announces Partnership with Illinois Youth Soccer Association
Bash Bros. visit San Jose Steamrollers
Matt Besler awarded KC Sports Commission's Sportsman of the Year
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Philadelphia Union hold mock interviews for Chester High School students
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Revolution midfielder Daigo Kobayashi meets members of Boston's Japanese community
KCP&L partners with MLS Cup champions Sporting KC and El Padrino Soccer League
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