Watch MLS Cup live on ESPN (U.S.)
For U.S. soccer fans, ESPN is one of the main Major League Soccer broadcasters. Here’s how to watch:
Stream Major League Soccer on FOX Sports (U.S.)
FOX Sports GO is another option for American audiences. To watch FOX Soccer:
Watch MLS games on TSN (Canada)
Whether you’re a Whitecaps fan or a Toronto FC supporter, you can enjoy MLS games live on TSN:
- Download ExpressVPN on your devices
- Connect to a Canadian server location
- Go to TSN TV
- Tune into the games!
Catch MLS scores and highlights on the MLS app
If you don’t want to miss the latest MLS news, highlights, and scores, make sure to use the official MLS app.
Whether you want to relive the best goals of the week or dive into the latest performance stats for your favorite team, the app is the must-have companion for every MLS fan!
Fire up the MLS app with ExpressVPN and keep yourself updated no matter where you are!
What’s next on the MLS Playoffs schedule?
MLS Conference Semifinals
Sunday, October 29
5 p.m. ET: Western Conference Series 1, First Leg
Monday, October 30
Time TBD: Eastern Conference Series 1, First Leg
Tuesday, October 31
Time TBD: Eastern Conference Series 2, First Leg
Time TBD: Western Conference Series 2, First Leg
Sunday, November 5:
Time TBD: Eastern Conference Series 1, Second Leg
Time TBD: Eastern Conference Series 2, Second Leg
Time TBD: Western Conference Series 1, Second Leg
Time TBD: Western Conference Series 2, Second Leg
MLS Conference Championships
Thursday, November 30 – Western Conference Final
10:30 p.m ET: Seattle Sounders vs. Houston Dynamo
Saturday, December 9 – Final
4 p.m. ET: Toronto FC vs. Seattle Sounders
Which teams are playing in the MLS Playoffs?
Twelve shall enter, but only one will walk away with the 2017 MLS Cup. Here are the teams from both conferences, listed by seeding order.
MLS Eastern Conference
- Toronto FC
- New York City FC
- Chicago Fire
- Atlanta United
- Columbus Crew SC
- New York Red Bulls
MLS Western Conference
- Portland Timbers
- Seattle Sounders
- Vancouver Whitecaps
- Houston Dynamo
- Sporting Kansas City
- San Jose Earthquakes
Who’s the team to beat this year?
The LA Galaxy have five MLS Cup wins under their belt – but have fallen off a cliff this season.
The Seattle Sounders and Portland Timbers, winners of the last two MLS Cups, are back in the playoffs. But Eastern Conference leader Toronto FC, who has the most points from the regular season, looks like the team to beat.
Will Toronto get their first MLS triumph this year? Share your predictions in the comments below!