2021 Season

2021 Schedule
7-6-4, 6th in Major League Soccer
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Crew edge Atlanta to extend unbeaten streak

Jonathan Mensah scored in the 65th minute and Eloy Room made five saves as the Columbus Crew extended their unbeaten streak to six games.

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Zelarayan free kick powers Crew past NYCFC

Lucas Zelarayan foiled New York City FC with another free kick goal to lead the host Columbus Crew to a 2-1 victory on Saturday.

Zelarayan buries winner in fashion for Columbus Crew (0:58)
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10-man Crew overcomes 2-0 deficit in tense Hell is Real draw (2:25)
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Crew come back to draw Revs in thrilling stadium opener (1:59)
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Crew christen new stadium with draw vs. Revs

The Columbus Crew rallied from a two-goal deficit, getting the equalizer on an own goal in the 69th minute to tie the visiting New England Revolutio

Union take down Crew 1-0 (1:58)
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Union beat Crew with early Monteiro strike

Jamiro Monteiro scored and Andre Blake made two saves for his sixth shutout of the season as the host Philadelphia Union defeated the Columbus Crew.

Zardes brace helps Columbus close Crew Stadium with a 'dos a cero' (1:00)
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Zardes scores his 50th goal for Columbus Crew (0:52)
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Zelarayan's clutch goal wins it for the Columbus Crew (0:28)
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Columbus Crew rally late to stun NYCFC

Lucas Zelarayan scored on free kicks in the 82nd minute and the fifth minute of stoppage time as the Columbus Crew stunned New York City FC 2-1.

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Columbus adds 'Crew' back to official team name

In response to fan backlash, Columbus has agreed to walk back some aspects of its recent rebrand, including adding back "Crew" to the team name.

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MLS Power Rankings: Seattle reign supreme

Will anyone stop Seattle? This weekend's win over LAFC matched their best-ever start to the season. Meanwhile MLS Cup champs Columbus are slumping.

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Revs extend Columbus' historic road drought

Adam Buksa entered in the 83rd minute and scored the winner three minutes later as the New England Revolution defeated Columbus SC 1-0 on Sunday.

New England beats Columbus on late winner from Buksa (0:51)
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Bradley and Altidore each score to take down Columbus (1:55)
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RankingsMajor League Soccer

Goal Difference1Tied-12th
Goals Scored17Tied-22nd
Assists727th
Goals Conceded16Tied-3rd