A Look at MLS: Highlighting matchday 3 of 2023

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The third MLS matchday was one that saw St. Louis City SC top the league getting three wins out of three to start the season. LAFC got their second win in as many weeks; Atlanta, Nashville, and Cincinnati to the east with seven points passing the 2022 eastern conference champions Philadelphia Union by a point.

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MLS Matchday 3 Highlights

The matches came fast and furious last week, and they led to some thrilling fixtures. Starting off with a new eastern conference rivalry in Charlotte-Atlanta, and ending with a cross-conference Sunday night game with LAFC hosting New England. It’s only been three weeks, but the cream is rising to the top in this MLS season.

Charlotte FC 0 – 3 Atlanta United

Vancouver Whitecaps 1 – 1 FC Dallas

Toronto FC 1 – 1 Columbus Crew

Philadelphia Union 1 – 0 Chicago Fire

FC Cincinnati 1 – 0 Seattle Sounders

NYCFC 1 – 0 Inter Miami

DC United 1 – 1 Orlando City SC

Nashville SC 2 – 0 CF Montreal

Minnesota United 1 – 1 New York Red Bulls

Sporting Kansas City 0 – 0 LA Galaxy

Real Salt Lake 1 – 2 Austin FC

San Jose Earthquakes 1 – 0 Colorado Rapids

Portland Timbers 1 – 2 St. Louis City SC

LAFC 4 – 0 New England Revolution

Matchday 4 is today!

The fourth matchday of the season takes place today; 14 matches across eight hours of thrilling MLS play! Will there be any surprise results? Could we see St. Louis lose their first MLS game ever? Will the Concacaf champions Seattle best the double winning LAFC? Here’s a look at the matches:

  • Seattle vs LAFC | 4 pm ET | March 18, 2023
  • Orlando vs Charlotte | 7:30 pm ET | March 18, 2023
  • Toronto vs Miami | 7:30 pm ET | March 18, 2023
  • New England vs Nashville | 7:30 pm ET | March 18, 2023
  • NYCFC vs DC | 7:30 pm ET | March 18, 2023
  • Montreal vs Philadelphia | 7:30 pm ET | March 18, 2023
  • Atlanta vs Portland | 7:30 pm ET | March 18, 2023
  • New York vs Columbus | 7:30 pm ET | March 18, 2023
  • Chicago vs Cincinnati | 8:30 pm ET | March 18, 2023
  • Dallas vs Kansas City | 8:30 pm ET | March 18, 2023
  • St. Louis vs San Jose | 8:30 pm ET | March 18, 2023
  • Houston vs Austin | 8:30 pm ET | March 18, 2023
  • Colorado vs Minnesota | 9:30 pm ET | March 18, 2023
  • LA vs Vancouver | 10:30 pm ET | March 18, 2023

You can catch the action on Apple TV; there are always a selection of matches that are free to watch. The rest of the matches are housed in Apple TV’s: MLS Season Pass subscription; an international platform where you can watch every MLS game with no blackouts, rewatch full matches, and get access to a whole lot of original MLS content.

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