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02 August 11:37 am

After the rave reviews of the first-ever "MLS Breakaway" whip-around show in March, it's time for an encore.

Get ready for another wild ride this Saturday night between 9-10:30 pm ET when the NBC Sports Network studio team of John Strong, Kyle Martino and Robbie Mustoe show you all the big plays as they happen from five MLS matches taking place simultaneously.

MLS will take centerstage on NBC Sports Network well before MLS Breakaway when the latest episode of MLS 36 debuts at 6 pm ET, featuring New England Revolution phenom Diego Fagundez.

That will be followed by the live broadcast of one of the weekend's marquee matchups between the top two teams in the Eastern Conference when Sporting Kansas City host the New York Red Bulls at 6:30 pm ET.

If you're an MLS fan, NBC Sports Network has you covered.

Full schedule of NBC Sports Network’s MLS coverage on Sat., August 3 (all times ET):

Program Start Time TV Channel
MLS 36: Diego Fagundez (NE) 6:00pm NBCSN
Game 1: Sporting Kansas City v New York Red Bulls 6:30pm NBCSN
Game 2*: D.C. United v Montreal Impact 7:30pm MLS Live (stream)
DC: CSN DC
MTL: TVA Sports
Game 3*: Philadelphia Union v Chicago Fire 8:00pm MLS Live (stream)
PHI: CSN Philadelphia
CHI: My50 Chicago
Game 4*: Colorado Rapids v Real Salt Lake 8:30pm MLS Live (stream)
COL: Altitude
RSL: KTVA-ABC
Game 5*: Houston Dynamo v Columbus Crew 9:00pm MLS Live (stream)
HOU: KPRC Local 2
CLB: FS Ohio
Game 6*: San Jose Earthquakes v Chivas USA 10:00pm Univision Deportes
SJ: CSN California

*MLS Breakaway from 9-10:30 pm ET

02 July 2:31 pm

Tally Hall, Bill Hamid and Jon Busch battled for last week's Save of the Week award – though Luis Robles won it in the end – and they're back at it again thanks to another round of excellent stops.

They're also joined by two other top-notch contenders from the Columbus Crew's Andy Gruenebaum and veteran Real Salt Lake netminder Nick Rimando.

That's a fearsome array of saves to pick from, but if you're torn, don't worry – you've got a few days to make your pick.

Cast your vote in the poll at right. Voting runs until 11:59 pm PT on Thursday.

Check out complete Save of the Week coverage — including a full archive of 2013 winners.

26 June 9:53 am

Tally Hall has earned not one, but two nominations in this week's Save of the Week competition after his fine work in tabbing a clean sheet against Toronto FC. 

But the Houston Dynamo goalkeeper has some tough adversaries to overcome in this round.

New York Red Bulls netminder Luis Robles is in the running for the excellent kick save that denied Philadelphia's Jack MacInerney on Sunday, while Bill Hamid and Jon Busch have gotten the nod for two of their best stops in D.C. United's win over the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday night.

Make your pick in the poll at the right. Voting runs until 10:59 pm CT on Thursday.

Check out complete Save of the Week coverage — including a full archive of 2013 winners.

24 June 10:42 am

Did you miss Sunday's episode of MLS 36 featuring Dynamo midfielder Brad Davis? Don't worry, we have you covered. Check it out below.

15 June 12:00 pm
This weekend we invite you to celebrate Father’s Day with @MLS. If you have an #MLSdad, are an #MLSdad, are married to an #MLSdad or maybe just know an #MLSdad we'd love the chance to showcase why each is so awesome.
 
Here's how:
  • Snap a picture of you and your dad in MLS gear using the hashtag #MLSdad.
  • Tweet us an image OR post one on Instagram and tell us why your dad's the best.
  • The randomly selected duo will each receive a 2013 MLS jersey of their choice.*
We will also be posting all of the photos to a special Father's Day Fan Photo Wall on MLSsoccer.com, so be sure to look your best.
 
Follow these guidelines to make sure you are eligible to win a prize:
  • Starting on Saturday, Follow @MLS on Twitter or Instagram and post your pictures.
  • Tweets/Instagrams must include the correct hashtag for the contest - #MLSdad - to be eligible for selection.
The winner of our #MLSdad sweepstakes will be randomly selected and notified the following week. Photos can be submitted beginning at 8am CT on Saturday through the end of the contest on Sunday at 10:59pm CT.
 
*The jersey is non-customizable.
 
04 June 5:16 pm

Expect another tight race as five MLS goalkeepers vie for the Week 14 Save of the Week award.

Two US national team goalkeepers -- Houston Dynamo's Tally Hall and Real Salt Lake's Nick Rimando -- join early MLS Goalkeeper of the Year candidate Troy Perkins (Montreal Impact), DC youngster Joe Willis and Seattle veteran Michael Gspurning as the fivesome battle for your vote. This wasn't the only spectacular save Hall made against Columbus, as he pulled off an impressive double save before half to keep the Crew off the board.

Make your pick in the poll at the right. Voting runs until 11:59 pm PT on Thursday.

Check out complete Save of the Week coverage — including a full archive of 2013 winners.

03 June 3:49 pm

Check out the nominees for AT&T MLS Goal of the Week for Week 14 of the 2013 regular season! Warren Creavalle's volley against the Columbus Crew is up for the weekly award, and it's up to you to #freewarren and show MLS who's best.

Cast your ballot before voting ends for your favorite Goal of the Week! The winner is determined by the total number of votes cast online and in text voting and is announced on Fridays.

Vote online or text goal code to 22442.

Voting runs until 11:59 pm PT on Thursdays. For complete coverage of the AT&T MLS Goal of the Week — including an archive of all of this season's winners — click here.

31 May 2:58 pm

Dynamo forward Will Bruin was voted as one of May's Top 3 Performers in MLS along with Marco Di Vaio of Montreal and Rodney Wallace of Portland.

Bruin scored two goals and assisted on three more over the course of the month.

28 May 2:08 pm

Week 13 gave us another batch of stupendous saves and we need your help to determine the best of the best.

Can Crew defender Kevan George pip the four other goalkeepers vying for this week's Save of the Week award?

Raul Fernandez (FC Dallas), Tall Hall (Houston Dynamo) and Sean Johnson (Chicago Fire) all made some big stops to help their teams earn massive results, while Seattle's Michael Gspurning makes his case for a consolation prize after the 4-0 whitewashing at the hands of the LA Galaxy.

Here's where you come in. Make your pick in the poll at right. Voting runs until 11:59 pm PT on Thursday.

Check out complete Save of the Week coverage — including a full archive of 2013 winners.

26 May 4:53 pm

36' - Hall drops low to tip away Zusi header

76' - Hall tips Kamara header over crossbar