A Look Back at MLS: Highlighting Week 11 of 2022


MLS week 11 has come and gone! There was a lot that went down in the unofficial one-third mark of the season. Did you miss any of the action from week 11? We have you covered with the highlights from all the action here!

Week 11
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Week 11 of 2022

Week 11 saw all 28 teams in action. Teams from the top of the east and west met, and there was some shakeup in the standings as a result. There was late drama, huge blowouts, and some draws as well. Here’s a look back at everything that went on in week 11 of the 2022 season!

Toronto vs Orlando

Colorado vs LAFC

Charlotte vs Montreal

NYCFC vs Columbus

Vancouver vs San Jose

Philadelphia vs New York

Chicago vs Cincinnati

Miami vs DC

Houston vs Nashville

Salt Lake vs Austin

Portland vs Kansas City

Los Angeles vs Dallas

Atlanta vs New England

Seattle vs Minnesota

Standings After Week 11

Winners in the East: Orlando, Montreal, NYCFC, Cincinnati.

Draws in the East: Philadelphia, New York, Miami, DC, Atlanta, New England.

Losers in the East: Toronto, Charlotte, Columbus, Chicago.

Winners in the West: Colorado, Houston, Salt Lake, Portland, Dallas, Seattle.

Draws in the West: Vancouver, San Jose.

Losers in the West: LAFC, Nashville, Austin, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Minnesota.

Week 12 on Wednesday and possibly the Weekend

Week 12 kicks off today! 20 of the 28 teams play this midweek. Could we see the teams at the top create a bit of distance between themselves and the pack? Will teams rising up the table continue to do so? Here’s a look at the midweek matches that kickoff a crazy week 12!

Wednesday, May 18

  • DC vs NYCFC
  • New York vs Chicago
  • Philadelphia vs Miami
  • Minnesota vs Los Angeles
  • Houston vs Seattle
  • Nashville vs Montreal
  • Kansas City vs Colorado
  • Vancouver vs Dallas
  • LAFC vs Austin
  • San Jose vs Portland

There are some big matchups with top teams from both conferences in action, including a Philadelphia Union team looking to get back to their winning ways.

MLS hasn’t stated if this Wednesday slate, where 20 of the 28 teams in the league play, is going to be a completed week 12, or if the weekend will also be week 12. Here’s a look at those games as well, whether they’ll be week 12 or 13 of action in this season.

Saturday, May 21

  • Columbus vs LAFC
  • DC vs Toronto
  • Cincinnati vs New England
  • Nashville vs Atlanta

Sunday, May 22

  • Montreal vs Salt Lake
  • Charlotte vs Vancouver
  • NYCFC vs Chicago
  • Miami vs New York
  • Dallas vs Minnesota
  • San Jose vs Kansas City
  • Austin vs Orlando
  • Colorado vs Seattle
  • Los Angeles vs Houston
  • Portland vs Philadelphia

The weekend matches are just as exciting as all teams are in action. With only one more week before an international break, MLS teams will need to show what they’ve got as the calendar begins to turn to the summer months.

Will the teams that have started or gotten hot recently continue to stay at the top of their respective conferences? Will the surprises of the season continue to trend in a direction that no one thought they would? Will we see some surprise ruslts that shake up the standings when we get to this break? We’ll have to wait to find out!

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