Major League Soccer

MLS 2010 Opening Week Schedule

I was shocked to see on the MLS web site today that they have released the schedule for the first three weeks of next years schedule!

The 15th season of Major League Soccer’s kicks off on Thursday, March 25 when Seattle Sounders FC host Philadelphia Union in the Union’s first MLS game. ¬†Opening weekend also includes the first MLS match at the new Red Bull Arena, where the Chicago Fire are the New York Red Bulls opponents.

The 2010 MLS Regular Season will see each team play a 30-game regular season, followed by playoffs among eight qualifying teams. The 2010 regular season will conclude Oct. 24. The MLS Cup Playoffs will culminate in the championship match, MLS Cup 2010, on Nov. 21.

(Game dates, times and venues are subject to change. All times Eastern)

First Kick presented by Dick’s Sporting Goods – Thursday, March 25, 2010
Philadelphia Union at Seattle Sounders FC, 9:30 p.m. –

Saturday, March 27, 2010
Toronto FC at Columbus Crew, 4 p.m. –
Chicago Fire at New York Red Bulls, 7 p.m. –
D.C. United at Kansas City Wizards, 8:30 p.m. –
Houston Dynamo at FC Dallas, 8:30 p.m. –
Real Salt Lake at San Jose Earthquakes, 9 p.m. –
New England Revolution at LA Galaxy, 11 p.m. –

Sunday, March 28, 2010
Colorado Rapids at Chivas USA, Time TBD –

Saturday, April 3, 2010
Chicago Fire at Colorado Rapids, Time TBD –
New England Revolution at D.C. United, 7:30 p.m. –

Saturday, April 10, 2010

D.C. United at Philadelphia Union, 3 p.m. –
Toronto FC at New England Revolution, 7:30 p.m. –
San Jose Earthquakes at Chicago Fire, 8:30 p.m. –
Seattle Sounders FC at Real Salt Lake, 9 p.m.

Note: All games except national broadcasts are available via the MLS Direct Kick Package and are streamed live on

One thought on “MLS 2010 Opening Week Schedule

  1. superquinnbag

    Reallistically the most important purchase we need to make is a new stadium.The guisseppe meazza is run down and we pay the rossoneri for the pleasure of playing there.Juventus have shown what needs to be done and the planned construction should be hurried as there is a definite gap developing between ourselves and europe’s best.How can we hope to compete when our income is so small but our wages are so high.Most of the possible sales mentioned above have been tried already to little success and can everyone now please stop talking about Lucas Moura.We have had no hope of signing him for some time now as he is on the radars of most of europes elite and we cannot match them for ridiculous bids.Also Alavarez will come good and watch coutinho this year,he’s ready.

  2. Shak

    Forlan is World Class no doubt but he is also 33 along with Milito, given their age I think they make 1 World Class striker between them if you get my meaning (do not play them both) Coutinho is who Inter need to give faith in he could become a world beater, we need a Box to box mid and a left back in my opinion snd hope the likes of Milito, Forlan, Palacio and Pazzini do the job up front I would have said we need a top quality young striker but after Moratti’s latest comments we should hope them 4 perform at their upmost best if we are to win anything or get bk in to CL

  3. me

    I agree with Shak. Our youth academy clearly has talent. Get rid of Pazzini, Cesar, and Maicon. Definitely keep Sneijder (he was one of the only Dutch players in Euro12 to actually play well offensively). And I think it’s definitely possible to replace Cesar though I still like him at Inter. Also, I’d like to offer Forlan another chance. I think he’s an incredible striker if given the chance. Maybe with some stability in the club now that Strom is the permanent coach, Forlan will be able to adapt to his system of play and put out better perfromances. Just my opinion.

  4. Shak

    Palacio, younger? He is 30, and Inter are absolutely ridiculously stupid to sign him for ¬£10m. Inter’s transfer strategy over the last few years has been atrocious, players such as Pazzini, Nagatomo, Jonathan, Alvarez have been purchased for sums that do not make sense, neither have they paid off, Inter always seem to be happy spending ¬£10m on 2-3 average players each instead of pooling that together and buying a champion and they are doing this again this season. I understand that a club must buy more then 1 player but if they are going to buy mediocre players it is best to find them free like AC Milan or to promote players from the academy and pay big for a match winner!

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