- FC Kansas City 1, Sky Blue FC 1
- Sporting KC 0, Real Salt Lake 0
- Sporting KC 1, San Jose Earthquakes 0
- Sporting KC 1, Cruz Azul 0
- Seattle Sounders 1, Sporting KC 0
- Sporting KC returns top-notch players from 2013 season
- MLS Eastern Conference final: Sporting KC 2, Houston 1
- Sporting KC 2, Colorado Rapids 1
- Portland FC 3, FC Kansas City 2 (OT)
- Sporting KC 3, New England Revolution 0
- New York Red Bulls 3, Sporting KC 2
- Youth Soccer Championship
Just last summer, during the MLS All-Star Game at Sporting Park, Don Garber made a seemingly-radical proclamation: Major League Soccer would have 24 teams by the end of the decade. Less than a year later, he's almost achieved that goal.
Arthur Blank donned traditional soccer garb to mark his newest venture — an MLS team for Atlanta.
Kansas Citys National Womens Soccer League team opened its 2014 home season against Sky Blue FC on Saturday with 3,107 fans in attendance at Verizon Wireless Field at Durwood Stadium. The game finished in a draw, 1-1.
When FC Kansas City acquired forward Amy Rodriguez from Seattle Reign FC last November, it was looking for a player who could make a quick impression. In her first National Womens Soccer League start she did just that.