US Major League Soccer 2002 interactive map
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Hovering on the team reveals the team insignia, home stadium, major domestic & CONCACAF titles won and link to their website.
Changes from the 2001 season
Miami Fusion and Tampa Bay Mutiny leave the MLS.
Chicago Fire move from Soldier Field to the Cardinal Stadium.
Colorado Rapids move from the Mile High Stadium to Invesco Field at Mile High.
New England Revolution move from Foxboro Stadium to the Gillette Stadium.
The league structure returned to the Western and Eastern Conferences only.
USA 2002 season summary
MLS Cup winner
Los Angeles Galaxy 1-0 New England Revolution (sudden-death goal in extra time)
MLS Supporters' Shield winner
Los Angeles Galaxy
US Open Cup winner
Columbus Crew 1-0 Los Angeles Galaxy
Western Conference : Los Angeles Galaxy · | · Eastern Conference : New England Revolution
2002 CONCACAF Champions' Cup details
1st leg: Comunicaciones 4-0 DC United
2nd leg: DC United 2-1 Comunicaciones
Comunicaciones (Gt) won 2-5 on aggregate
1st leg: CD Olimpia 0-1 San Jose Earthquakes
2nd leg: San Jose Earthquakes 3-1 CD Olimpia (Hn)
San Jose Earthquakes won 4-1 on aggregate
1st leg: CSD Municipal 0-1 Chicago Fire
2nd leg: Chicago Fire 2-0 CSD Municipal (Gt)
Chicago Fire won 3-0 on aggregate
1st leg: W Connection 0-1 Kansas City Wizards
2nd leg: Kansas City Wizards 2-0 W Connection (TT)
Kansas City Wizards won 3-0 on aggregate
1st leg: CF Pachuca 3-0 San Jose Earthquakes
2nd leg: San Jose Earthquakes 1-0 CF Pachuca
CF Pachuca (Mx) won 1-3 on aggregate
1st leg: Monarcas Morelia 2-0 Chicago Fire
2nd leg: Chicago Fire 2-1 Monarcas Morelia
Monarcas Morelia (Mx) won 2-3 on aggregate
1st leg: Santos Laguna 2-1 Kansas City Wizards
2nd leg: Kansas City Wizards 2-0 Santos Laguna (Mx)
Kansas City Wizards won 3-2 on aggregate
1st leg: Monarcas Morelia 6-1 Kansas City Wizards
2nd leg: Kansas City Wizards 1-1 Monarcas Morelia
Monarcas Morelia (Mx) won 2-7 on aggregate
2002 CONCACAF Champions Cup Final
CF Pachuca (Mx) 1-0 Monarcas Morelia (Mx)
2003 CONCACAF Champions' Cup qualifiers
Columbus Crew, Los Angeles Galaxy, New England Revolution & San Jose Earthquakes