Sounders: CONCACAF Champions League
Sounders will be participating for the seventh time.
By finishing with the third best regular-season record, Sounders claim the spot normally reserved for U.S. Open Cup winners.
Group Stage is back, too.
"I am personally extremely disappointed, and I know there are a lot of guys in there that are disappointed as well" -Brian Schmetzer
Two blown leads over two legs.
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Let’s move on and stay healthy.
Ever Alvarado suffered the injury in Sunday’s league match. Olimpia will also be missing a starting centerback.
Instead of being shown a red card, Yustin Arboleda stayed on and scored two goals.
"I think what you saw there was a team that had played eight games, and a team that’s played one. I think our team had to play with a lot of heart and determination to keep up with a very physical, strong team." -Brian Schmetzer
We take our best guess at tonight’s starting lineup.
CD Olimpia coach confident his team can overcome injuries, as they face Sounders FC.
MLSsoccer.com seems to think so.
Additions can be made up until 48 hours before kickoff.
English broadcast rights had been in limbo.
Rather than play at altitude, the Sounders will likely have to play in heat.
Frequently asked questions answered.
Just one Liga MX team is on Sounders’ side of the bracket.
Draw will be streamed online and on TUDN.
LAFC dispatches LA Galaxy 5-3
A return to MLS play didn’t seem to cure what ails Sounders.
Injuries were a reason to fail to advance, but they don’t explain away this performance.
"The expectation is that the next player has to step forward and fill the shoes of the player that is injured, but there were a lot of quality players that we didn’t have on the field, and that made it tough for us tonight." -Brian Schmetzer
An ugly second half in their second leg sees Sounders dropped out of CONCACAF Champions League.
With CenturyLink Field booked, Sounders would have been forced across street for one of the biggest games in franchise history.