2019 Season

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2019 Schedule
0-0-0, 12th in Major League Soccer
What defines success in Major League Soccer? (1:23)
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26dJeff Carlisle

Sporting KC trades defender Opara to Minnesota

The deal for the former MLS Defender of the Year could reach $1 million if certain incentives are reached, sources have confirmed to ESPN FC.

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67dESPN

Castillo, Rowe, Rubio all get new MLS clubs

Edgar Castillo will head to the New England Revolution, Kelyn Rowe will go to Sporting Kansas City, and Diego Rubio will play for Colorado Rapids.

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71dESPN

Sporting KC signs Wallace, trades for Hurtado

Sporting Kansas City signed free-agent defender Rodney Wallace to a one-year contract, and traded two draft picks to Vancouver for Erik Hurtado.

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75dJeff Carlisle

Opara asks Sporting KC to consider trading him

Sporting Kansas City defender Ike Opara has asked the club to consider any trade offers that come in for the 2017 MLS Defender of the Year.

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86dJeff Carlisle

Valeri, Blanco again the magicians for Portland

The Portland Timbers' remarkable run to 2018 MLS Cup has many key parts, but again Diego Valeri and Sebastian Blanco were a cut above vs. SKC.

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86dJeff Carlisle

Finals heartache will spur SKC on - Vermes

Sporting Kansas City manager Peter Vermes said he expected the Western Conference finals loss to have a galvanizing effect on his side next season.

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90dReuters

Timbers, Sporting KC draw first-leg blank

Sporting Kansas City and the host Portland Timbers played to a 0-0 draw in the first leg of their Western Conference final on Sunday.

Portland 0-0 Sporting KC: Tense, scoreless first leg (1:46)
Vancouver 1-4 Sporting KC: SKC's second half surge - Via MLS (2:16)
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129dReuters

Salloi scores twice as SKC dumps Whitecaps

Daniel Salloi scored the tiebreaker in the 82nd minute as Sporting Kansas City scored four second-half goals to win 4-1 at Vancouver on Wednesday.