Sounders FC will help kick off the MLS opening weekend of 2021 with a game against Minnesota United on April 16 at Lumen Field.
The game, which will air on FS1 at 6 p.m. On the 30th, it is the heroic game of last year’s championship of the Saunders Western Conference.
In the 67th minute, Lons had a two-goal advantaget: minutes when Sounders coach Brian Schmitzer started making his first substitutions. Starting-up striker Raul Ruidiaz equalized at 89t: Former midfielder Gustav Svensson won the second half of the game to give the Sounders their fourth MLS Cup in the last five years, a 3-2 victory.
April’s game is the first time Seattle has opened its regular season against Minnesota. The Sounders have never lost to the Loons, including in the off-season. Rave Green are 7-5-0 at all times in the opening rounds of the MLS regular season, including the game against the Chicago Fire in 2020. Victory by 1 score.
Full MLS 2021 schedules will not be released until the end of this month.
It will not be decided whether the fans will be able to attend any Lumen Field match. Gov. Ay ս Insli opened the way for sporting events in January to host 200 people. But the hat includes both teams, officials and staff, which does not leave much room for the audience.
The last home game between the second fans was a draw against Columbus Crew SC on March 7, 2020. Seattle ended the season with a MAPS Cup loss to Crew in front of 1,500 fans at MAPFRE Stadium.
MLS will open its 26tht: season at Austin FC with a new expansion team. The club had a local draw with former Washington University defender Freddie Cleman, 11t: General selection in the SuperDraft League in January.
The sounders are expected to start training twice a day this week at Starfire Sports in Tuquila, Tuck. The club’s all-time leading scorer Freddy Montero is also due to start training later this week. It was officially signed on Thursday համար to participate you need to clear the COVID-19 show, including a seven-day quarantine.
“We’ve got a lot of young guys out here, so a ton of energy is jumping in,” said Shane O’Neill, who campus voice advocate last week. Due to security protocols, the media is not allowed to cover the sessions.
“We have some new boys,” O’Neill continued. “We are just integrating everyone, now we are shredding. The boys work quite hard, they just take it day by day. ”