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Major Link Soccer: Atlanta United FC setting the stadium standard

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Reign FC do something they’ve never done before, and Barcelona are spending their Neymar money

MLS: San Jose Earthquakes at Atlanta United FC Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

Seattle

Seattle Reign FC finally won their first game ever against the Chicago Red Stars IN Chicago. It took two goals in the 90th minute to get it done.

With that win, Reign FC find themselves back in the fourth, and final, playoff spot.

Former Seattle Sounders center back Damion Lowe has been transferred from the Tampa Bay Rowdies of the USL to Norwegian side IK Start. Good luck, Damion!

MLS

There was one midweek games to start off Week 24, and the Montreal Impact jumped all over the Chicago Fire, winning 3-0. All three goals were scored in the first half.

Atlanta United FC will soon be playing in their brand new stadium. Here is everything you need to know about it.

With Pablo Mastroeni out, the Colorado Rapids front office says that “The Rapids Way” must evolve (if you read only one link from today’s article, this is the one you should read).

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, the Timbers Army are doing a good thing.

It’s only a matter of time before the Sounders attendance records will fall. The team to do it will more than likely be Atlanta United. Apparently, they are setting the standard for attendance in MLS.

World

Barcelona general manager Josep “Pep” Segura says they are close to signing Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho and Borussia Dortmund’s Ousmane Dembele. With Bild publishing photos of Dembele more or less moving out, Pep’s claims seems pretty reliable.

Barcelona lost 5-1 on aggregate to Real Madrid in the Spanish Super Cup. If that wasn’t bad enough, Paris Saint Germain did some trolling at Barça’s expense.

The first week of the English Premier League was completed last week. Take a look at NBC Sports Power Rankings of the top 20 players in the league.

There is a report that Tottenham Hotspur’s Danny Rose may be heading to Chelsea for $64.3 million.

The Bundesliga kicks off this week, and ESPN FC has their preview of the season up. With Bayern looking vulnerable, will a certain Christian Pulisic-led team be the one to displace them?