Team Maps

US MLS Cup, US Open Cup & MLS Supporters' Shield winners

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Hovering the mouse over the MLS Supporters' Shield winner will show the top four for that year.
Hovering the mouse over the MLS & US Open Cup winner reveals the opponent and score for the final.

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  • 1924
  • 1923
  • 1922
  • 1921
  • 1920
  • 1919
  • 1918
  • 1917
  • 1916
  • 1915
  • 1914
  • US Open Cup
  • FC Dallas v New England Revolution
  • Sporting Kansas City
  • Seattle Sounders
  • D.C. United
  • Sporting Kansas City
  • Seattle Sounders
  • Seattle Sounders
  • Seattle Sounders
  • D.C. United
  • New England Revolution
  • Chicago Fire
  • Los Angeles Galaxy
  • Kansas City Wizards
  • Chicago Fire
  • Columbus Crew
  • Los Angeles Galaxy
  • Chicago Fire
  • Rochester Raging Rhinos
  • Chicago Fire
  • Dallas Burn
  • D.C. United
  • Richmond Kickers
  • Greek-American AC
  • CD Mexico
  • San Jose Oaks
  • Brooklyn Italians
  • AAC Eagles
  • St. Petersburg Kickers
  • St. Louis Busch Seniors
  • Club Espana
  • St. Louis Kutis
  • Greek-American AC
  • AO Krete
  • NY Pancyprian Freedoms
  • NY Pancyprian Freedoms
  • LA Maccabee
  • NY Pancyprian Freedoms
  • Brooklyn Dodgers
  • LA Maccabee
  • LA Maccabee
  • San Francisco AC
  • LA Maccabee
  • NY Greek American Atlas
  • LA Maccabee
  • Elizabeth SC
  • New York Hota
  • Elizabeth SC
  • NY Greek American Atlas
  • NY Greek American Atlas
  • NY Greek American Atlas
  • Ukrainian Nationals
  • NY Ukrainian
  • Los Angeles Kickers
  • Ukrainian Nationals
  • NY Hungaria
  • Ukrainian Nationals
  • Ukrainian Nationals
  • McIlvaine Canvasbacks
  • Los Angeles Kickers
  • St. Louis Kutis
  • Harmarville Hurricanes
  • NY Eintracht
  • New York Americans
  • Chicago Falcons
  • Harmarville Hurricanes
  • German Hungarian SC
  • Simpkins Ford
  • Morgan Strasser
  • Simpkins Ford
  • Ponta Delgada
  • Chicago Vikings
  • Brookhattan
  • Brooklyn Hispano
  • Brooklyn Hispano
  • Pittsburgh Gallatin
  • Pawtucket Rangers
  • Baltimore SC / Chicago Sparta
  • St. Mary's Celtic
  • Chicago Sparta
  • New York Americans
  • Philadelphia German-Americans
  • Central Breweries *
  • Stix, Baer & Fuller
  • Stix, Baer & Fuller *
  • New Bedford Whalers
  • Fall River Marksmen *
  • Fall River Marksmen
  • New York Hakoah
  • New York Nationals
  • Fall River Marksmen
  • Bethlehem Steel
  • Shawsheen Indians
  • Fall River Marksmen
  • Paterson Silk Sox (*1)
  • Scullin Steel
  • Robins Dry Dock
  • Ben Millers
  • Bethlehem Steel
  • Bethlehem Steel
  • Fall River Rovers
  • Bethlehem Steel
  • Bethlehem Steel
  • Brooklyn Field Club
 
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Notes

  •  1: 1923 Although Paterson Silk Sox and Scullin Steel drew the final, Paterson Silk Sox were awarded the cup, after Scullin Steel failed to play the replay. The professional baseball season had started and due to many of Scullin Steel's team being professional baseball players they had to rejoin their teams. Consequently Scullin Steel failed to field a competitive team.

NASL (North American Soccer League) history

There was a soccer league in action before the formation of the current MLS setup, known as the North American Soccer League. Prior to this the National Professional Soccer League & the United Soccer Association were in place.

The NPSL & USA leagues were set up in 1967, but only lasted one season. They then merged to form the NASL in 1968, which lasted for 17 seasons, involving at it's peak 24 teams.

Note: For two seasons (2000 & 2001) there were three divisions, the Western, Eastern and Central Divisions. The Central Division consisted of Chicago Fire, Columbus Crew, Dallas Burn & Tampa Bay Mutiny. Chicago Fire won this league both times.

Research

I've cross referenced as much as possible and added links to the new club website where possible. Many thanks goes to the RSSSF Archive, which was an invaluable source of information whenever an insolvable fact was needed. If you need to find a football answer, it will be on there somewhere.