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Major League Soccer
2020
Season information
Dates February 29, 2020 – March 11, 2020
Continental cup qualifiers
Champions League
(United States)
Champions League
(Canada)
Season statistics
Matches played 26
Goals scored 74
Average (0.0 per match)
Top goalscorer Maximiliano Urruti
(3 goals)
Biggest home win 4 goals:
SKC 4–0 HOU
(March 7)
Biggest away win 3 goals:
SJ 2–5 MIN
(March 7)
Highest scoring 7 goals:
SJ 2–5 MIN
(March 7)
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The 2020 Major League Soccer season is the 25th season of Major League Soccer (MLS), the top professional soccer league in the United States and Canada. The regular season began on February 29, 2020, and was planned to end on October 4, 2020. The playoffs were planned to begin in October 2020 and would end with MLS Cup 2020 on November 7, 2020.

On March 12, 2020, the season entered a lengthy suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic in North America, following the cancellation of several matches. On May 1, the league announced that players will be allowed to resume individual outdoor training at MLS facilities on May 6. The COVID-19 pandemic is the first interruption of regular season play since the 2001 MLS season, in which many late regular season games were cancelled due to the September 11 attacks. On June 10, MLS announced that a bracket format dubbed the "MLS is Back Tournament" would begin July 8 at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Walt Disney World, and end with the final on August 11.

The 2020 season sees the addition of two expansion clubs, Inter Miami CF and Nashville SC, which took Major League Soccer to 26 total teams spread evenly across two conferences. This will be the first MLS season in which each team does not play every other team at least once.

The Seattle Sounders FC are the defending champions, having defeated Toronto FC in MLS Cup 2019. Los Angeles FC are the defending Supporters' Shield winners.

Teams

Stadiums and locations

Western Conference
Team Stadium Capacity
Colorado Rapids Dick's Sporting Goods Park 18,061
FC Dallas Toyota Stadium 20,500
Houston Dynamo BBVA Stadium 22,039
LA Galaxy Dignity Health Sports Park 27,000
Los Angeles FC Banc of California Stadium 22,000
Minnesota United FC Allianz Field 19,400
Nashville SC Nissan Stadium TBD
Portland Timbers Providence Park 25,218
Real Salt Lake Rio Tinto Stadium 20,213
San Jose Earthquakes Avaya Stadium 18,000
Seattle Sounders FC CenturyLink Field 39,419
Sporting Kansas City Children's Mercy Park 18,467
Vancouver Whitecaps FC BC Place 22,120
Eastern Conference
Team Stadium Capacity
Atlanta United FC Mercedes-Benz Stadium 71,000
Chicago Fire FC Soldier Field 61,500
FC Cincinnati Nippert Stadium 32,250
Columbus Crew SC Mapfre Stadium 19,968
D.C. United Audi Field 20,000
Inter Miami CF Lockhart Stadium 18,000
Montreal Impact Saputo Stadium 20,801
New England Revolution Gillette Stadium 20,000
New York City FC Yankee Stadium 30,321
New York Red Bulls Red Bull Arena 25,000
Orlando City SC Exploria Stadium 25,500
Philadelphia Union Talen Energy Stadium 18,500
Toronto FC BMO Field 30,000

Two stadiums were renamed during the 2019–20 offseason:

  • Avaya Stadium, home to the San Jose Earthquakes, was renamed Earthquakes Stadium on January 11, 2020. The team was unable to find a new naming rights partner after original stadium sponsor Avaya filed for bankruptcy.
  • Talen Energy Stadium, home to the Philadelphia Union, was renamed Subaru Park on February 18, 2020. The Union's 2010 naming rights contract with PPL, which was inherited in 2015 by the PPL spinoff Talen Energy, expired after the 2019 season, and Subaru of America, the U.S. subsidiary of Japanese automaker Subaru, was announced as the new partner on February 18, 2020.

Expansion team Nashville FC began the season in the MLS Western Conference. As part of the announcement of the MLS is Back Tournament, MLS confirmed that for one season only, Nashville would transfer to the MLS Eastern Conference which thereby expanded to 14 teams for the season, with the Western Conference reduced to 12.

Personnel and sponsorship

Note: All teams use Adidas as kit manufacturer.

Team Head coach Captain Shirt sponsor
Atlanta United FC Netherlands de Boer, FrankFrank de Boer American Family Insurance
Chicago Fire FC Motorola
FC Cincinnati Netherlands Jans, RonRon Jans Mercy Health
Colorado Rapids Flag of the United States Fraser, RobinRobin Fraser Transamerica
Columbus Crew SC Flag of the United States Porter, CalebCaleb Porter Acura
D.C. United Flag of the United States Olsen, BenBen Olsen Leidos
FC Dallas Flag of the United States Gonzalez, LuchiLuchi Gonzalez AdvoCare
Houston Dynamo Flag of the United States Ramos, TabaréTabaré Ramos MD Anderson
Inter Miami CF
LA Galaxy Flag of Argentina Barros Schelotto, GuillermoGuillermo Barros Schelotto Herbalife
Los Angeles FC Flag of the United States Bradley, BobBob Bradley YouTube TV
Minnesota United FC England Heath, AdrianAdrian Heath Target
Montreal Impact Flag of France Henry, ThierryThierry Henry Bank of Montreal
Nashville SC England Smith, GaryGary Smith Renasant Bank
New England Revolution Flag of the United States Arena, BruceBruce Arena UnitedHealthcare
New York City FC Etihad Airways
New York Red Bulls Flag of the United States Armas, ChrisChris Armas Red Bull
Orlando City SC Flag of Colombia Pareja, ÓscarÓscar Pareja Orlando Health
Philadelphia Union Flag of the United States Curtin, JimJim Curtin Bimbo Bakeries USA
Portland Timbers Flag of Venezuela Savarese, GiovanniGiovanni Savarese Alaska Airlines
Real Salt Lake Flag of the United States Juarez, FreddyFreddy Juarez LifeVantage
San Jose Earthquakes Flag of Argentina Almeyda, MatíasMatías Almeyda
Seattle Sounders FC Flag of the United States Schmetzer, BrianBrian Schmetzer Zulily
Sporting Kansas City Flag of the United States Vermes, PeterPeter Vermes Ivy Funds
Toronto FC Flag of the United States Vanney, GregGreg Vanney Bank of Montreal
Vancouver Whitecaps FC Flag of Canada Dos Santos, MarcMarc Dos Santos Bell Canada

Coaching changes

Team Outgoing coach Manner of
departure
Date of
vacancy
Position in table Incoming coach Date of
appointment
Orlando City SC Flag of Republic Ireland James O'Connor Fired October 7, 2019 Pre-season Flag of Colombia Óscar Pareja December 4, 2019
Houston Dynamo Flag of the United States Davy Arnaud End of interim period October 24, 2019 Flag of the United States Tabaré Ramos October 25, 2019
Montreal Impact Flag of Colombia Wilmer Cabrera End of contract October 24, 2019 Flag of France Thierry Henry November 14, 2019
New York City FC Flag of Spain Domènec Torrent Mutual consent November 8, 2019 Flag of Norway Ronny Deila January 6, 2020
Chicago Fire FC Flag of Serbia Veljko Paunović Fired November 13, 2019 Switzerland Raphaël Wicky December 27, 2019
FC Cincinnati Netherlands Ron Jans Resigned February 18, 2020 Flag of France Yoann Damet (interim) February 18, 2020
Flag of France Yoann Damet End of interim period May 21, 2020 11th in East, 23rd overall Netherlands Jaap Stam May 21, 2020

Regular season

Format

The 2020 regular season began on February 29, 2020, and was originally scheduled to conclude on October 4, 2020. The league was originally divided into two conferences of 13 teams, with each playing a 34-game schedule with 17 home matches and 17 away matches. Each team will play their intra-conference opponents twice – once home and once away for a total of 24 matches – and one match against 10 of the members of the opposite conference. The 2020 season will be the first MLS season in which each team does not play every other team at least once.

Conference standings

Eastern Conference

Main article: Eastern Conference (MLS)
Pos
Team
Pld
W
L
T
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Notes
1 Atlanta United 2 2 0 0 4 2+2 6 Conference Semi-finals
2 Montreal Impact 2 1 0 1 4 3+1 4 First round & 2021 Leagues Cup
3 New York Red Bulls 2 1 0 1 4 3+1 4
4 Toronto FC 2 1 0 1 3 2+1 4
5 Columbus Crew 2 1 0 1 2 1+1 4
6 D.C. United 2 1 1 0 3 30 3 First round
7 Chicago Fire 2 0 1 1 2 3−1 1
8 New England Revolution 2 0 1 1 2 3−1 1
9 Orlando City 2 0 1 1 1 2−1 1
10 Philadelphia Union 2 0 1 1 3 5−2 1
11 FC Cincinnati 2 0 2 0 3 5−2 0
12 Nashville SC 2 0 2 0 1 3−2 0
13 Inter Miami CF 2 0 2 0 1 3−2 0
14 New York City 2 0 2 0 0 2−2 0
Source: 2020 Major League Soccer Eastern Conference
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd goal difference; 3rd number of goals scored.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round; (Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament


Western Conference

Main article: Western Conference (MLS)
Pos
Team
Pld
W
L
T
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Notes
1 Sporting Kansas City 2 2 0 0 7 1+6 6 Conference Semi-finals
2 Minnesota United 2 2 0 0 8 3+5 6 First round & 2021 Leagues Cup
3 Colorado Rapids 2 2 0 0 4 2+2 6
4 FC Dallas 2 1 0 1 4 2+2 3
5 Los Angeles FC 2 1 0 1 4 3+1 3
6 Seattle Sounders FC 2 1 0 1 3 2+1 3 First round
7 Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2 1 0 1 3 2+1 3
8 Portland Timbers 2 1 1 0 2 3−1 4
9 Real Salt Lake 2 0 0 2 1 10 0
10 LA Galaxy 2 0 1 1 1 2−1 1
11 San Jose Earthquakes 2 0 1 1 4 7−3 1
12 Houston Dynamo 2 0 1 1 1 5−4 1
Source: 2020 Major League Soccer Western Conference
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd goal difference; 3rd number of goals scored.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round; (Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament


Overall table

The leading team in this table wins the Supporters' Shield.

Pos
Team
Pld
W
L
T
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Notes
1 Sporting Kansas City 2 2 0 0 7 1+6 6 2021 CONCACAF Champions League
2 Minnesota United 2 2 0 0 8 3+5 6
3 Atlanta United 2 2 0 0 4 2+2 6
4 Colorado Rapids 2 2 0 0 4 2+2 6
5 FC Dallas 2 1 0 1 4 2+2 4
6 Montreal Impact 2 1 0 1 4 3+1 4
7 Los Angeles FC 2 1 0 1 4 3+1 4
8 New York Red Bulls 2 1 0 1 4 3+1 4
9 Toronto FC 2 1 0 1 3 2+1 4
10 Seattle Sounders FC 2 1 0 1 3 2+1 4
11 Columbus Crew 2 1 0 1 2 1+1 4
12 D.C. United 2 1 1 0 3 30 3
13 Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2 1 1 0 2 3−1 3
14 Portland Timbers 2 1 1 0 2 3−1 3
15 Real Salt Lake 2 0 0 2 1 10 2
16 Chicago Fire 2 0 1 1 2 3−1 1
17 New England Revolution 2 0 1 1 2 3−1 1
18 Orlando City 2 0 1 1 1 2−1 1
19 LA Galaxy 2 0 1 1 1 2−1 1
20 Philadelphia Union 2 0 1 1 3 5−2 1
21 San Jose Earthquakes 2 0 1 1 4 7−3 1
22 Houston Dynamo 2 0 1 1 1 5−4 1
23 FC Cincinnati 2 0 2 0 3 5−2 0
24 Nashville SC 2 0 2 0 1 3−2 0
25 Inter Miami CF 2 0 2 0 1 3−2 0
26 New York City 2 0 2 0 0 2−2 0
Source: 2020 Major League Soccer Western Conference
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd goal difference; 3rd number of goals scored.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round; (Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament


Attendance

Average home attendances

As of March 8, 2020
Pos. Team GP Cumulative High Low Mean
1 Seattle Sounders FC 273,20640,126 33,08036,603
2 Atlanta United FC 169,30169,301 69,301 69,301
3 Nashville SC 159,06959,069 59,06959,069
4 Portland Timbers 250,73625,518 25,21825,368
5 Los Angeles FC 244,23322,121 22,11222,117
6 D.C. United 234,11517,183 16,93217,058
7 FC Dallas 232,08416,219 15,86516,042
8 San Jose Earthquakes 230,22318,000 12,22315,112
9 LA Galaxy 126,38226,382 26,38226,382
10 Toronto FC 126,17126,171 26,17126,171
11 Orlando City SC 125,52725,527 25,52725,527
12 Vancouver Whitecaps FC 122,12022,120 22,12022,120
13 Houston Dynamo 122,03922,039 22,03922,039
14 Sporting Kansas City 121,18821,188 21,18821,188
15 Montreal Impact 121,00621,006 21,00621,006
16 Real Salt Lake 118,09318,093 18,09318,093
17 Columbus Crew SC 117,47317,473 17,47317,473
18 New York Red Bulls 115,70315,703 15,70315,703
19 New England Revolution 115,28915,289 15,28915,289
20 Colorado Rapids 113,06213,062 13,06213,062
21 Chicago Fire FC 000 00
22 FC Cincinnati 000 00
23 Inter Miami CF 000 00
24 Minnesota United FC 000 00
25 New York City FC 000 00
26 Philadelphia Union 000 00
 – Total 26637,02069,30113,06224,501

Highest attendances

Regular season

Rank Home team Score Away team Attendance Date Week Stadium
1 Atlanta United FC 2–1 FC Cincinnati 69,301 March 7, 2020 2 Mercedes-Benz Stadium
2 Nashville SC 1–2 Atlanta United FC 59,069 February 29, 2020 1 Nissan Stadium
3 Seattle Sounders FC 2–1 Chicago Fire FC 40,126 March 1, 2020 1 CenturyLink Field
4 Seattle Sounders FC 1–1 Columbus Crew SC 33,080 March 7, 2020 1 CenturyLink Field
5 Los Angeles Galaxy 0–1 Vancouver Whitecaps FC 26,382 March 7, 2020 2 Dignity Health Sports Park
6 Toronto FC 1–0 New York City FC 26,171 Template:Dts/out1 align="center" |2 BMO Field
7 Orlando City SC 0–0 Real Salt Lake 25,527 February 29, 2020 1 Exploria Stadium
8 Portland Timbers 1–0 Nashville SC 25,518 March 8, 2020 2 Providence Park
9 Portland Timbers 0–0 Minnesota United FC 25,218 February 29, 2020 1 Providence Park
10 Los Angeles FC 1–0 Inter Miami CF 22,121 March 1, 2020 1 Banc of California Stadium

Player statistics

Goals

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Flag of Argentina Maximiliano Urruti Montreal Impact 3
2 Flag of Paraguay Luis Amarilla Minnesota United FC 2
Flag of Argentina Ezequiel Barco Atlanta United FC
Flag of the United States Emerson Hyndman Atlanta United FC
Flag of Israel Gadi Kinda Sporting Kansas City
Trinidad and Tobago Kevin Molino Minnesota United FC
Flag of the United States Jordan Morris Seattle Sounders FC
Flag of Czech Zdeněk Ondrášek FC Dallas
Flag of the United States Ike Opara Minnesota United FC
Flag of Mexico Alan Pulido Sporting Kansas City
Flag of Argentina Diego Valeri Portland Timbers
Flag of Mexico Carlos Vela Los Angeles FC

Assists

Rank Player Club Assists
1 Flag of the United States Kyle Duncan New York Red Bulls 2
Flag of the United States Ethan Finlay Minnesota United FC
Slovakia Ján Greguš Minnesota United FC
Flag of Argentina Gonzalo Martínez Atlanta United FC
Flag of the United States Djordje Mihailovic Chicago Fire FC
England Jack Price Colorado Rapids
Flag of the United States Cristian Roldan Seattle Sounders FC
Flag of the United States Keegan Rosenberry Colorado Rapids
Flag of France Florian Valot New York Red Bulls

Shutouts

Rank Player Club Clean sheets
1 Flag of the United States Steve Clark Portland Timbers 1
Flag of Canada Maxime Crépeau Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Flag of Peru Pedro Gallese Orlando City SC
Flag of the United States Jesse González FC Dallas
Flag of the United States Zac MacMath Real Salt Lake
Flag of the United States Tim Melia Sporting Kansas City
Flag of Curacao Eloy Room Columbus Crew SC
Netherlands Kenneth Vermeer Los Angeles FC
Flag of the United States Quentin Westberg Toronto FC

Awards

Player of the Month

Main article: MLS Player of the Month
Month Player Club Stats Ref
February/March

Player / Team of the Week

  • Bold denotes League Player of the Week.

Goal of the Week

Player movement

Collective bargaining agreement

On February 6, 2020, MLS and the MLS Players Association agreed to a new five-year collective bargaining agreement (CBA) which will last through the 2024 season. The primary issues negotiated were increased player spending, expanded free agency, and more charter travel.

The new collective bargaining agreement will see the league increase player spending to around $11.6 million per club by 2024, with both senior and reserve minimum salaries receiving increases throughout the deal as well as player bonuses for winning games and tournaments. The league will also reduce Targeted Allocation Money by redistributing it into General Allocation Money. In addition, the players will earn a share in any increases in the league's new media deal in 2023.

The Players Association also negotiated a significantly lower threshold for free agency, which was previously set at 28 years of age with eight years of service time in the league. Under the new agreement, the free agency requirement for players is set at 24 years of age, with five years of service time. The number of charter flights allowed for each team was increased from four legs to eight one-way trips in 2020, with future allowances up to 16 one-way trips by 2024. Each MLS team will also be required to charter flights for all MLS Cup Playoffs matches and CONCACAF Champions League matches.

Year Salary budget Standard minimum salary Reserve minimum DP threshold General Allocation Money per team Targeted Allocation Money per team Total spending bar per team
2020 $4,900,000 $81,375 $63,547 $612,500 $1,525,000 $2,800,000 $9,225,000
2021 $5,210,000 $85,444 $67,360 $651,250 $1,900,000 $2,720,000 $9,830,000
2022 $5,470,000 $89,716 $71,401 $683,750 $2,585,000 $2,400,000 $10,455,000
2023 $5,950,000 $104,000 $80,622 $743,750 $2,830,000 $2,225,000 $11,055,000
2024 $6,425,000 $109,200 $85,502 $803,125 $3,093,000 $2,125,000 $11,643,000

SuperDraft

At the MLS SuperDraft in January every year, Major League Soccer teams select players who have graduated from college or otherwise been signed by the league. The first two rounds of the 2020 MLS SuperDraft took place on January 9, 2020, and, unlike previous drafts, was held without a major event ceremony and was instead streamed on Twitter via ESPN.The third and fourth rounds were held via conference call on January 13.

Inter Miami CF and Nashville SC, as expansion clubs, held the first two spots in the SuperDraft. Clemson Tigers forward Robbie Robinson was selected with the first-overall pick by Inter Miami.

Allocation ranking

The allocation ranking is the mechanism used to determine which MLS club has first priority to acquire a player who is in the MLS allocation list. The MLS allocation list contains select U.S. National Team players and players transferred outside of MLS garnering a transfer fee of at least $500,000. The allocations are ranked in reverse order of finish for the 2019 season, taking playoff performance into account.

Once the club uses its allocation ranking to acquire a player, it drops to the bottom of the list. A ranking can be traded provided that part of the compensation received in return is another club's ranking. At all times each club is assigned one ranking. The rankings reset at the end of each MLS season.

Original
ranking
Current
ranking
Club Date allocation used
(Rank on that date)
Player signed Previous club
24 1 Los Angeles FC[A]
2 2 Inter Miami CF
3 3 FC Cincinnati
4 4 Vancouver Whitecaps FC
5 5 Orlando City SC
6 6 Sporting Kansas City
7 7 Columbus Crew SC
8 8 Houston Dynamo
9 9 Montreal Impact
10 10 Chicago Fire FC
11 11 Colorado Rapids
12 12 San Jose Earthquakes
13 13 New England Revolution
14 14 FC Dallas
15 15 New York Red Bulls
16 16 Portland Timbers
17 17 D.C. United
18 18 Minnesota United FC
19 19 LA Galaxy
20 20 Real Salt Lake
21 21 Philadelphia Union
22 22 New York City FC
23 23 Atlanta United FC
1 24 Nashville SC[A]
25 25 Toronto FC
26 26 Seattle Sounders FC
  1. ^ On February 26, 2020, Los Angeles FC acquired the number 1 allocation ranking from Nashville SC in exchange for the number 24 allocation ranking, $350,000 in combined 2020 and 2021 general allocation money, and a second-round selection in the 2022 MLS SuperDraft.

MLS is Back Tournament

Main article: MLS is Back Tournament

To prevent an outbreak of COVID-19 occurring during the season, a bracket tournament, dubbed the "MLS is Back Tournament", was announced on June 10. The tournament is scheduled to take place behind closed doors at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex located in the Walt Disney World Resort, in Bay Lake, Florida, with the regular season slated to begin following the tournament. The group stage of the tournament will count towards the regular season. MLS announced on Wednesday its plan to restart the 2020 season with all 26 MLS clubs competing in the MLS is Back Tournament at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida beginning July 8. The tournament, which will be played without fans in attendance, provides a compelling way for MLS to resume its 25th season.

Each team will play three group stage matches, and those results will count in the 2020 MLS regular season standings. After 16 consecutive days of group stage matches, the top two teams from each group along with the four best third-place finishers will move on to the knockout stage. The knockout stage will include a Round-of-16, Quarterfinals, Semifinals, and the Championship match will take place on August 11. Matches tied at the end of regulation in the knockout phase will proceed directly to a penalty kick shootout.

The MLS is Back Tournament winner will earn a spot in the 2021 CONCACAF Champions League, regardless of whether it is a U.S. or Canadian club. The winner would replace the berth previously awarded to the MLS regular season points leader in the conference opposite of the 2020 Supporters’ Shield winner.

In addition to matches that count in the regular season standings and the Champions League berth, players will have the opportunity to earn additional bonuses as part of a $1.1 million prize pool.

Groups

Group A (East) Group B (West) Group C (East)
Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Notes
Advance to knockout stage
Possible knockout stage based on ranking
Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Notes
Advance to knockout stage
Possible knockout stage based on ranking
Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Notes
Advance to knockout stage
Possible knockout stage based on ranking
Group D (West) Group E (East) Group F (West)
Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Notes
Advance to knockout stage
Possible knockout stage based on ranking
Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Notes
Advance to knockout stage
Possible knockout stage based on ranking
Team Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Notes
Advance to knockout stage
Possible knockout stage based on ranking

Knockout

  Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                                     
July 25  Runner-up Group A  
 Runner-up Group C  
  July 30  Winner Match 41  
   Winner Match 43  
July 26  Winner Group D
 3rd Group B/C/E/F  
  August 5  Winner Match 48  
   Winner Match 51  
July 27  Winner Group C  
 4th Group A or 3rd Group B/D/F  
  August 1  Winner Match 44
   Winner Match 46  
July 28  Winner Group E
 Runner-up Group D  
  August 11  Winner Match 52
   Winner Match 53
July 25  Winner Group A  
 3rd Group B/C/D/E  
  July 31  Winner Match 40
   Winner Match 45  
July 27  Runner-up Group B
 Runner-up Group F  
  August 6  Winner Match 49
   Winner Match 50  
July 26  Winner Group B  
 3rd Group A  
  August 1  Winner Match 42
   Winner Match 47  
July 28  Winner Group F
 Runner-up Group E  

See also

External links

Major League Soccer seasons

2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018 · 2019 · 2020 ·

Major League Soccer 2020 Teams
Eastern Conference

Atlanta United FC · Chicago Fire FC · FC Cincinnati · Columbus Crew SC · D.C. United · Inter Miami CF · Montreal Impact · New England Revolution · New York City FC · New York Red Bulls · Orlando City SC · Philadelphia Union · Toronto FC

Western Conference

Colorado Rapids · FC Dallas · Houston Dynamo · LA Galaxy · Los Angeles FC · Minnesota United FC · Nashville SC · Portland Timbers · Real Salt Lake · San Jose Earthquakes · Seattle Sounders FC · Sporting Kansas City · Vancouver Whitecaps FC

Future teams

Austin FC (2021) · Charlotte (2021) · Sacramento Republic FC (MLS) (2022) · St. Louis (2022)

Stadiums of Major League Soccer
Eastern Conference (2020)

Audi Field · BMO Field · Exploria Stadium · Gillette Stadium · Lockhart Stadium · Mapfre Stadium · Mercedes-Benz Stadium · Nippert Stadium · Red Bull Arena · Saputo Stadium · Soldier Field · Talen Energy Stadium · Yankee Stadium

Western Conference (2020)

Allianz Field · Avaya Stadium · Banc of California Stadium · BBVA Stadium · BC Place · CenturyLink Field · Children's Mercy Park · Dick's Sporting Goods Park · Dignity Health Sports Park · Nissan Stadium · Providence Park · Rio Tinto Stadium · Toyota Stadium

Secondary

Levi's Stadium · Olympic Stadium · Stanford Stadium

Future

Austin FC stadium (2021) · Bank of America Stadium (2021) · West End Stadium (2021) · New Columbus Crew Stadium (2021) · Miami Freedom Park (2022) · Nashville Fairgrounds Stadium (2022) · St. Louis (2022) · Railyards Stadium (2022)

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