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8dNoah Davis and Caitlin Murray

MLS 2020: Your team-by-team preview

The 25th season of MLS play is nearly upon us. Join us as we break down all 26 teams in the league on what's new and what you can expect in 2020.

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14dAustin Lindberg

Ranking MLS' new-for-2020 shirts

The 2020 Major League Soccer season is weeks away, which means one thing: new kits for all 26 clubs. We break down the good, the bad and the ugly.

MLS shows off new kits during New York Fashion Week (1:31)
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44dJeff Carlisle

MLS draft: Beckham's Miami takes Robinson 1st

David Beckham's expansion Inter Miami CF selected Clemson forward Robbie Robinson with the first overall pick in the 2020 MLS SuperDraft Thursday.

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New England signs former Man United left-back

Former Manchester United left-back Alexander Buttner has joined with the New England Revolution, the club announced on Friday.

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Atlanta advance with gritty win over Revolution

Franco Escobar scored in the 70th minute and Brad Guzan made six saves as Atlanta United started defense of the MLS Cup title with a 1-0 victory.

Atlanta advances with gritty win vs. Revs (1:08)
Escobar thumps Atlanta ahead vs. Revs (0:44)
Atlanta United topple Revs in playoff prelude (1:22)
Bruce Arena's New England clinch playoff spot (1:55)
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Arena's Revs beat NYCFC to clinch playoff spot

After a disaster of a start to the season, the New England Revolution are in the playoffs thanks to a 2-0 home win over NYCFC.

Revs rally to earn stunning draw in Portland (2:02)
Revs' playoff spot still shaky after draw with RSL (0:58)
Nani sparks Orlando comeback in 3-3 draw with Revs (1:34)
NYCFC go 1st in the East after win over Revs (2:00)
Juan Caicedo finishes Revs counter against NYCFC (1:16)
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NYCFC defeat Revolution in stoppage time

Jesus Medina converted a penalty kick in second-half stoppage time as NYCFC beat the Revolution to move into first place in the Eastern Conference.

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Revolution earn late tie with Toronto FC

Gustavo Bou's goal in the 86th minute allowed the New England Revolution to record a valuable point with a 1-1 draw against visiting Toronto FC.