MLS Regular Season

Activities & Promotions for May 24: Colorado t-shirts and more!

Everything you need to know about Saturday's match against Montreal Impact
Activities & Promotions May 24
Activities & Promos

After a tough loss to Real Salt Lake, the Colorado Rapids return to Dick's Sporting Goods Park to take on the Montreal Impact. The match kicks off at 7 p.m on Saturday, May 24.

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Limited tickets remaining for Rapids vs. Montreal Impact

Special fieldside seating made available for Saturday’s match for just $75
Limited tickets remaining
Special Seating

Players coming out of tunnel

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Garrett W. Ellwood/Colorado Rapids

Due to high sales for Saturday’s encounter with the Montreal Impact, the Colorado Rapids have made available additional capacity, including East Fieldside seating, to accommodate fans still looking to purchase tickets to the 7 p.m. MT match.

Infographic: Rapids vs. Montreal, May 24, Match Preview

A quick look at this Saturday's showdown between the Colorado Rapids and Montreal Impact
Infographic: Match Preview

Montreal memories: Tony Cascio recalls his career highlight

Cascio's late, late winner at the Impact was a defining moment of the 2013 season
Cascio's Montreal rewind
montreal drama

Rapids celebrate at Montreal

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The date was June 29, 2013 and the solitary MLS meeting of the season, involving Montreal Impact and the Colorado Rapids, was locked at 3-3. Eighty-nine of the 90 minutes had passed, and Tony Cascio had sat - like TV and stadium spectators-alike - gripped by the thrilling contest which was drawing to a close.

Rapids Podcast: which is the best way into pro soccer?

Two Rapids players who took different paths to MLS talk college over the academy system
Which route is best?
Rapids Podcast

Podcast episode 60

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Garrett W. Ellwood/Colorado Rapids

Shane O'Neill and Dillon Powers discuss their very different paths to Major League Soccer in this week's Rapids Podcast, as co-hosts David Lindholm and Richard Fleming compare the academy system with the college system in North America as a route into the global game.

Exclusive Club and Country package now available for June 4

Package includes a scarf and a ticket to the match vs. Chicago
Club and Country Night
Club & Country

The FIFA World Cup is right around the corner so join the Colorado Rapids in support of your club and your country on Wednesday, June 4 for the home game against the Chicago Fire.

Vicente Sánchez another two weeks away

Leading scorer still suffering discomfort following sprained left knee in win over LA Galaxy
Sánchez two weeks away
Vicente Sánchez

Vicente Sanchez fitness test

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Vicente Sánchez is two weeks away from recovery, after which it will then be a coaching decision on his match fitness, following a sprained left knee suffered in the 1-0 win over LA Galaxy on May 3.

The 34-year-old, who is the Rapids' leading scorer this season with five goals, can run, twist and turn but suffers some discomfort with the ball at his feet.

Two games played, 12 goals scored

Always action, rarely dull, when the Colorado Rapids face Montreal Impact
Two games, lots of goals
goals galore

Tony Cascio winner at Montreal

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Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports

The Colorado Rapids boast just five goals from their previous seven games, while Montreal Impact have bagged only eight goals in MLS all season, and yet when these two teams meet there always seems to be plenty of action and no small shortage of drama.

Take the match in Montreal last season, in which the Rapids took the lead through Atiba Harris, only to be pegged back and then overtaken by the then Eastern Conference leaders, and a side that were undefeated at home in 2013.

José Mari fit and healthy after missing RSL

Rapids midfielder back in training and seeking a return against Montreal this Saturday
José Mari fit and healthy
José Mari

Jose Mari John Neeskens

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Colorado Rapids midfielder José Mari was back in training earlier today (pictured above left), having been a late withdrawal from the team to face Real Salt Lake last Saturday, due to flu-like symptoms.

The 26-year-old was replaced in the starting line-up by Nathan Sturgis, as the Rapids fell 2-1 at their Rocky Mountain Cup rivals. But, when the team returned to training on Tuesday, José Mari was actively involved.

View from the Booth: start as you mean to go on

Colorado Rapids must learn to land the first punch, and then deliver the knockout blow
From the first whistle
view from the booth

Real Salt Lake penalty

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Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports

Nobody can fault the Rapids for effort, despite a second successive loss in MLS, and it’s clear that they are fully aware of where they've fallen short, whether that be their paucity in front of the posts or the slow starts. As skipper Drew Moor noted after Saturday’s showing in Sandy: “We just can’t wait to get punched in the face before we start playing.”

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