MLS Regular Season

Matchday welcome: Colorado Rapids host Real Salt Lake

Big crowd for a big game as rivals RSL come to town for a Rocky Mountain Cup encounter
President's matchday welcome
matchday welcome

Rapids Fans:

Welcome to tonight’s Rocky Mountain Cup match against Real Salt Lake! This is always one of the most exciting nights of the season at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, and we’re thrilled that you’ve joined us and the rest of this capacity crowd for what promises to be a great game. As always, this is a league match with much more on the line – last year, we were able to take back the Rocky Mountain Cup from RSL, and this season we have some ground to make up after they won the first match between us this year.

Colorado Rapids vs. Real Salt Lake | MLS Match Preview

Rapids host rivals Real Salt Lake in the second leg of the Rocky Mountain Cup
Match Preview: Rapids vs. RSL
Match Preview

Aug. 2, 2014 (WEEK 21, MLS Game #197)
7 p.m. MT (Altitude)

Activities & Promotions for August 2: Colorado is greater than Utah scarves!

Everything you need to know about Saturday's match against Real Salt Lake
Activities & Promotions August 2
Activities & Promos

After a difficult road loss to the New England Revolution, the Colorado Rapids return to Dick's Sporting Goods Park on Saturday, August 2 to face Real Salt Lake. This is the second of three meetings between the two sides and the Rapids need a result to stay alive in the chase to retain the Rocky Mountain Cup. TICKETS.

Concourse Activities:

Infographic: Rapids vs RSL, August 2, Match Preview

Colorado Rapids look to right the ship against rivals Real Salt Lake on Saturday
Infographic: Match Preview

Infographic: Rapids at Revolution, July 25 Match Recap

Colorado Rapids fall to New England Revolution on the road
Infographic: Match Recap

Rapids Podcast: what do we take from the Revolution result?

Coach and players pick the bones out of the midweek loss, but know things must improve for RSL
After the Revolution
rapids podcast

Rapids Podcast #70

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Stew Milne-USA TODAY Sports

The Rapids have little time to lick their wounds following the 3-0 loss at New England Revolution on Wednesday night. Attention must now turn to the visit of Real Salt Lake to Dick's Sporting Goods Park this Saturday and the second leg of the Rocky Mountain Cup.

View from the Booth: Feel the pain ...

As seen, it's not always going to be beautiful, so the Rapids must learn to play ugly
Feel the pain
view from the booth

View from the Booth 21

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Stew Milne-USA TODAY Sports

Funny how, in the space of five days, we went from watching open, expansive, free-flowing football (in the 3-0 home win over Chivas USA), to a match so turgid and fragmented that it may well have tested the resolve of even the most ardent fan of the game.

New England Revolution vs. Colorado Rapids | Postgame Quotes

Buddle: "We have to put this one behind us and think about our next home game.”
Postgame Quotes: NE 3, COL 0
Postgame Quotes

Gabriel Torres at New England Revolution

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USA Today Sports Images

Colorado Rapids head coach Pablo Mastroeni
What do I take away? Just everything. Everything from the preparation, the mindset, the desire to compete – none of it was there from top to bottom today. I never felt like we looked dangerous, always looked like we were on the back foot instead of the front. But obviously there are games that you have to take something from, they’re going to happen, especially with a relatively young group. We just have to take our lumps and move on.

New England Revolution 3, Colorado Rapids 0 | MLS Match Recap

Ten-man Rapids tumble to the Revs who avoid sliding to club-equaling ninth straight loss
Match Recap: NE 3, COL 0
Match Recap

Powers and LaBrocca at New England

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USA Today Sports Images

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Heading to a team which had lost eight games in a row, it was the Colorado Rapids who emerged defeated as the New England Revolution hurled the monkey off their back with a 3-0 victory at Gillette Stadium on Wednesday night.

Two second-half goals – just three minutes apart – by Lee Nguyen and Kelyn Rowe put New England in the most comfortable position they have enjoyed in over two months.

Rapids striker Gabriel Torres named to the MLS Team of the Week

Return to scoring for Panama international lands him a spot in the best XI for Week 20
Torres in MLS XI
team of the week

Gabriel Torres celebrates goal vs. Chivas USA 2014

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Garrett W. Ellwood/Colorado Rapids

It's been a welcome return to form for Colorado Rapids striker Gabriel Torres. His sweet curler in last Friday's 3-0 win over Chivas USA is among those nominated for the AT&T MLS Goal of the Week.

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