MLS Regular Season

Match report: Orlando City SC 2, Colorado Rapids 0

Rapids fall to their second road loss of the season with defeat in central Florida
Report: Orlando 2, Rapids 0
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Solignac shot at Orlando

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Colorado Rapids fell to their second road defeat of the season when they went down 2-0 at Orlando City on Wednesday night.

After an even first half, the home side took control. In the 62nd minute, Cyle Larin turned in a low cross from Carlos Rivas at the far post. Three minutes later, Kaká doubled the advantage with a powerful shot into the far corner.

Rapids and Commerce City to host 20th annual 4thFest

Colorado’s largest public 4th of July fireworks display to follow Rapids vs. Whitecaps FC
2015 4thFest Colorado
4th Fest

The Colorado Rapids and Commerce City are proud to present the 20th Annual 4thFest celebration on Saturday, July 4 at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, presented by Westerra Credit Union.

Ten things to know ahead of Orlando City SC vs. Colorado Rapids

Club connections, familiar faces, Orlando history and more as the Rapids return to Florida
Ten things to know
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1. Three players with Rapids connections are on the Orlando City roster. Midfielder Tony Cascio spent 2012 and 2013 in Colorado, before an injury-plagued season on loan at Houston Dynamo. He made 42 of his 48 MLS appearances with the Rapids.

Preview: Orlando City v Colorado Rapids

Pablo Mastroeni takes his side to the Citrus Bowl for the first time in MLS
Preview: #ORLvCOL
Preview: #ORLvCOL
 
 
The Colorado Rapids are on another road trip. 
 
When April was just turning to May, Pablo Mastroeni’s men had to travel 6,000 miles in six days - Denver to New York, New York to LA, LA to Denver.
 
They picked up a point at the Red Bulls and the Galaxy, which was considered a satisfactory haul at the time.
 

#COLvDAL | MLS Match Preview

Colorado Rapids return to MLS action with a home game against FC Dallas
Preview: Rapids vs. Dallas
#COLVDAL
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Colorado Rapids look to return to MLS action with a bang.

After almost a fortnight out of the competition, Pablo Mastroeni’s side have nine points at stake inside eight days. They travel to Orlando City and Sporting KC next week but, before that, entertain FC Dallas on Friday night.

If you throw in a couple of US Open Cup ties sandwiching the whole week, then the Rapids are in the meat of a busy and important time.

Matchday welcome: Rapids host FC Dallas for a second time in 2015

Expecting another tough Friday night encounter against a side we know well
Rapids host FC Dallas
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Rapids Fans,

Colorado Rapids ready to face familiar foes in FC Dallas this Friday

MLS Western Conference sides meet for the third time this season
Rapids face old foes
Facts and stats

Serna and the Rapids take down FC Dallas

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We are not quite at the midway point of the 2015 campaign but Colorado Rapids will tackle FC Dallas for the third time this season when they cross swords once again at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park on Friday, kickoff 7:00 p.m (TICKETS). Here are a few stats ahead of the fixture:

Rapids Podcast: focus is back on the league after midweek cup win

Serna and Greenspan shine, while Moor hopes that rubs off on MLS duty
Focus is back on the league
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Rapids Podcast: O'Neill and Serna on their time in Toulon

Homegrown players discuss their desire to help the Rapids on returning from U.S duty
O'Neill and Serna talk
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Shane O'Neill and Dillon Serna are both back in camp after helping the U.S. U-23s to third place at the Toulon Tournament in France last weekend.

Match report: Real Salt Lake 0-0 Colorado Rapids

Power's late penalty miss proves crucial but visitors gain valuable point
Report: RSL 0-0 COL
RSL 0-0 COL

Nick LaBrocca at RSL

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Colorado Rapids grabbed a narrow advantage in the race for this year’s Rocky Mountain Cup by securing a goalless draw at Real Salt Lake on Sunday.
 
However, it might have been more had Dillon Powers converted an 89th-minute penalty after Luis Solignac had been fouled in the area.
 
Rapids were well worth a draw but snatching a victory would have done so much for their ambitions to climb the Western Conference standings.
 
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