MLS Regular Season

Marco's STH of the Match: the Snyder family

Deshorn's dazzling skills just one reason why these Season Ticket Holders love their Rapids
Marco's STH of the Match

As part of their benefits package, all Full Season Ticket Holders have the opportunity to be the featured Season Ticket Holder of the Match in 2014. 


Rapids Podcast: no MLS action, but still plenty going on

Looking back on the U.S. Open Cup win and looking forward to exciting plans with Ciao Telecom
No MLS, no problem
Rapids Podcast

Rapids Podcast episode 64

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Garrett W. Ellwood/Colorado Rapids

A 5-2 win over Orlando City on Tuesday night in the fourth round of the U.S. Open Cup leads this week's Rapids Podcast, presented by Dick's Sporting Goods. Head coach Pablo Mastroeni talks of his tactics ahead of that game, and of his hopes for the fifth round contest at home against Atlanta Silverbacks, to be staged on June 24 (TICKETS).

Dillon Serna suspended for next MLS match

MLS Disciplinary Committee suspends Serna for play against FC Dallas on June 7
Serna unavailable for 6/28 match
Serna suspended

Dillon Serna vs FC Dallas

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NEW YORK – The MLS Disciplinary Committee has suspended Colorado Rapids midfielder Dillon Serna one game and fined him an undisclosed amount for serious foul play that endangered the safety of FC Dallas midfielder Victor Ulloa in the 18th minute of the game on June 7 (VIDEO).

Rapids Podcast: Bravo explains the reason behind the Chicago shuffle

VP of Soccer Operations: It's not change for change's sake, but we're listening to science
Bravo on the re-shuffle
Rapids Podcast

Rapids Podcast episode 63

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The 11 which took to the field for the Colorado Rapids' most recent home game, a 0-0 draw against Chicago Fire, raised a few eyebrows. Eight changes were made to the side which had 73 hours earlier overwhelmed Houston Dynamo 3-0 at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.

View from the Booth: where are we at as we sit down for a breather?

As the Rapids head into the World Cup break, how should we view recent form and season to date?
Where are we at?
view from the booth

View from the Booth 15

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A week is a long time in sport. After Montreal Impact and Houston Dynamo were comfortably dealt with by the Rapids, thoughts of heading into the mini World Cup break on a huge high were dealt a bit of a blow with a draw and a loss in the two most recent outings.

Bizarrely, the defeat at FC Dallas on Saturday was easier to swallow than the tie with Chicago Fire three days earlier. A more familiar-looking lineup had greater threat in the final third, netting two well-worked goals, but ultimately fell short.

Infographic: Rapids at FC Dallas, June 7, Match Preview

A quick look at FC Dallas vs. the Colorado Rapids in an all-Western Conference encounter
Infographic: Match Preview

FC Dallas vs. Colorado Rapids | MLS Match Preview

Rapids face former head coach Oscar Pareja seeking a third win in four games
FC Dallas vs. Colorado Rapids

June 7, 2014 (WEEK 14, MLS Game #132)
6.30 p.m. MT (Altitude)

Rapids Podcast: what do you get when three Texans return home?

Moor, Klute and Powers have a job to do before eyes can then turn to the World Cup
All eyes on Dallas ...
Rapids Podcast

Rapids Podcast episode 62

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Emerging from the midweek draw with Chicago Fire, the Colorado Rapids now focus on the trip to FC Dallas this Saturday (6.30 p.m ko), to face a struggling side led by former head coach Oscar Pareja. Victory would allow the resurgent Rapids to pocket 10 points from a possible 12 following back-to-back losses.

View from the Booth: as 0-0 draws go ...

Chicago spectacle left Fleming feeling flat following the action-packed Houston win
Fire draw lacked fizz
view from the booth

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Bart Young/Colorado Rapids

Goalless draws can sometimes be nail-biting thrillers, packed with incident, intrigue, drama and end-to-end action. They can have you perched on the edge of your seat, not wanting to look but compelled to peer from behind your quivering hands as a spine-tingling spectacle unfolds before you. You sit, open-mouthed, at the final whistle, drained of emotion, stunned into silence and blinking into the glare of the floodlights wondering how the contest you’d just witnessed ended in dead-lock.

Wednesday’s game wasn’t like that.

Colorado Rapids 0, Chicago Fire 0 | MLS Match Recap

Rapids extend unbeaten streak to three with scoreless draw against Chicago Fire
Match Recap: COL 0, CHI 0
Match Recap

Deshorn Brown vs Chicago, June 4

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Bart Young / Colorado Rapids

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. – They certainly didn’t look like prize fighters, but the backup-riddled lineups of the Chicago Fire and the Colorado Rapids appeared to size each other up as such on a gloomy Wednesday night in Colorado.

With most of the starters on the bench, however, a knockout punch was not forthcoming.

Each team chose to rest a number of starters in the second to last game before the World Cup break and nobody could provide the golden foot in a 0-0 draw at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.

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