MLS Regular Season
Colorado Rapids are back on home soil this Saturday when they entertain New England Revolution at Dick's Sporting Goods Park, kickoff 5:00 p.m. MT (TICKETS).
Join us at Dick's Sporting Goods Park this Saturday, and cheer on the Rapids in game four of the 2015 season, as they return home to face the 2014 Eastern Conference champions New England Revolution, kickoff 5:00 p.m MT (TICKETS).
Three points from three games, in which the Rapids have kept three clean sheets yet failed to find the net at the other end. The latest scoreless draw was at Houston Dynamo on Saturday.
Saturday's result means that the Rapids become the first team in MLS history to register 0-0 ties from their opening three games.
Is there a striker crisis? What's going awry in front of goal?
Colorado Rapids produced another gritty road performance to prise a point away from Houston Dynamo on Saturday evening.
It was the third successive time Pablo Mastroeni’s side has completed a goalless game.
The tie was probably a fair reflection of the 90 minutes but, for the second straight encounter, the Rapids faced an opposition keeper in fine form. Josh Saunders had preserved a draw for New York City last weekend at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. This evening Tyler Deric made a couple of crucial stops from Marcelo Sarvas in the first half.
Having laid the foundations, it is time to start building upwards. Colorado Rapids have an array of zeros on their record right now. No defeats, no goals conceded - that’s good. No wins, no goals scored - well, it could be better.
Match number three for the Colorado Rapids means a trip to Texas to tackle Houston Dynamo at BBVA Compass Stadium, for what will be their first contest against Western Conference opposition this season.
Former Rapids' midfielder Nathan Sturgis (pictured above) netted the equalizer last weekend for the Dynamo in a 1-1 tie at LA Galaxy, but Owen Coyle's side has been hit by injuries and international call-ups.
Houston at the weekend, your thoughts …
“I think it’s going to be a tough game. Going to Houston is always a difficult game; the result over the weekend against a team like LA brings a lot of confidence into that group. We’ve been preparing accordingly and are really excited about taking our game to Houston and putting on a performance worthy of a great result.”
Colorado Rapids club president, Tim Hinchey, spoke with play-by-play announcer Richard Fleming about the new jersey deal with financial service company, Transamerica. You can hear the interview in full in the latest Rapids Podcast, but find below a selection of answers.
Richard Fleming: How proud were you to see the guys walk out on Saturday with ‘Transamerica’ across their jerseys?
Tickets are on sale for the Colorado Rapids' next home match, against New England Revolution on Saturday April 4, kickoff 5:00 p.m MT (TICKETS).
Jay Heaps' side were beaten finalists in last year's MLS Cup, losing 2-1 after extra-time to LA Galaxy. They were also the side that triggered the Rapids' 14-game winless streak in the second half of last season, earning a comfortable 3-0 win at Gillette Stadium on July 30.
There is lots for Rapids fans to get their teeth into with the latest podcast, including reaction to Saturday's 0-0 home draw with New York City FC. Listen as Sam Cronin, Clint Irwin and Pablo Mastroeni each offer their take on the home opener.