Sporting Kansas City
Sporting Kansas City celebrated Soccer For All on May 29 against the LA Galaxy. They wore the pride prematch top...
Like the 2019 primary jersey, Parley jersey and Retro top, Sporting’s Pride top was unveiled through imagery captured at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri. Sporting players will also wear the Pride top before road matches at Toronto FC on June 7 and Real Salt Lake on June 29.
During the May 29 game, they unveiled a Pride-themed tifo and choreography.
On June 22, Sporting hosted a #SoccerForAll abilities clinic.
TFC hosted their Pride Night on June 7, supporting #YouCanPlay. The players wore the Pride warmup tops and used rainbow corner flags.
An Ali Adnan stunner wasn't the only talking point from when the Vancouver Whitecaps hosted FC Dallas in the final weekend in May. The 2-1 win was highlighted by multi-colored nets, special rainbow uniform numbers and rainbow scarfs. It was a Pride Match party in the Pacific Northwest.
With the announced launch of Major League Soccer's second annual Soccer For All Month on Wednesday, May 22, clubs around the league are all getting into the act of fostering more inclusive communities in their own way.
Here's a look how your favorite MLS teams are observing the initiative, which signifies that everyone is welcome to MLS, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation or socioeconomic status and emphasizes the League’s commitment to drive positive social change and end discrimination.
If you don't see your club listed here yet, be sure to check back — all 24 clubs will be supporting Soccer For All through late May and all of June, and this list will be updated as those events take place.
Julian Gressel may be an MLS Cup champion and the 2017 MLS Rookie of the Year, but he's not just concerned with his on-field success. Before last weekend's game against Real Salt Lake, the German midfielder helped Atlanta United with their unified match.
Atlanta United, in cohort with fellow Mercedes-Benz Stadium occupants and NFL franchise Atlanta Falcons, also hosted a HER Field Day. Maybe there's a future NWSL or U.S. women's national team player in the mix?
A 2-1 win over the Montreal Impact on June 29 will long be remembered for Justin Meram's brace, but the ATL faithful also debuted a Pride-inspired tifo for the ages.
The Fire held their Pride night on June 22 when they hosted Real Salt Lake. The anthem was sung by local musician Steve Grand, and the team released a special scarf for the occasion.