This week around MLS Week 11: Highlighting all the games, goals and glory


MLS is an odd league. One week teams can look like they could win the Cup, and another week they could look dreadful. At this time of year, that perception can be seen not week to week, but day by day. The midweek and weekend MLS games are now in full swing. This usually means teams play two games in fours day. As the season moves into this hectic time, it can be easy to miss some of the action. Here’s a way to catch up on everything! This week around MLS Week 11!

Midweek Matches:

Atlanta United FC: 0
Sporting Kansas City: 2

Columbus Crew SC: 1
Philadelphia: 0

Toronto FC: 1
Seattle Sounders FC: 2


Chicago Fire: 1
Montreal Impact: 0


Los Angeles Football Club: 2
Minnesota United FC: 0


Weekend Matches:

Vancouver Whitecaps FC: 2
Houston Dynamo: 2


Minnesota United FC: 1
San Jose Earthquakes: 3


Montreal Impact:0
Philadelphia Union: 2


FC Dallas: 3
LA Galaxy: 2


Columbus Crew SC: 3
Chicago Fire: 0


New England Revolution: 3
Toronto FC: 2


Colorado Rapids: 1
New York Red Bulls: 2


Real Salt Lake: 3
DC United: 2


Portland Timbers: 1
Seattle Sounders FC: 0


Orlando City SC: 1
Atlanta United FC: 2


Los Angeles Football Club: 2
New York City FC: 2


Week 11 goals:

Week 11 saves:

Team of the week:

Player of the week:

Power rankings:


Week 12 fixtures:

Wednesday, May 16th:

Vancouver 2
San Jose 2

Friday, May 18th:

Toronto  vs Orlando City | 8:00 PM EST

Saturday, May 19th:

NYCFC vs Colorado | 1:00 PM EST
Portland vs LAFC | 3:00 PM EST
Dallas vs Vancouver | 5:00 PM EST
New England vs Columbus | 7:30 PM EST
Philadelphia vs Salt Lake | 7:30 PM EST
San Jose vs DC | 10:30 PM EST

Sunday, May 20th:

Minnesota vs Kansas City | 2:00 PM EST
Chicago vs Houston | 4:00 PM EST
Atlanta vs NY Red Bulls | 7:00 PM EST

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