More than 20 clubs have reached the MLS Cup Final in 2017, including the New York Red Bulls, Sporting Kansas City, Columbus Crew SC, New York City FC, Toronto FC and D.C. United.
The 2017 MLS Cup Finals were the first time the Cup Final was played in a non-American market.
That was the case with the New England Revolution, who lost 2-1 to Sporting Kansas, the LA Galaxy and Seattle Sounders in the first round of the playoffs.
The league also saw a notable spike in attendance, with more than 11.5 million fans tuning in to the final.
The final was the most-watched MLS event of the season, with an average of 11.3 million viewers on television, the most of any final in the league’s history.
The biggest winner was the San Jose Earthquakes, who captured their first MLS Cup trophy in their debut season, becoming the first club in the history of the competition to win the trophy.
The Red Bulls were one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference when they were joined by D.c.
United in the 2017 MLS Playoffs.
That group also made it to the MLS Finals, when they beat the Seattle Sounders 2-0 in a penalty kick shootout to win their first trophy.
While MLS has been the most successful sports league in recent years, many of the best players in the world are now playing in the Premier League.
The league is now the most popular league in the United States, according to a 2016 report by The Economist.
The top five clubs in the domestic standings for the 2016-17 season are all in the top 10 of the ESPN.com Power Rankings.
This season, the New Zealand Super League’s Hamilton Warriors are at No. 1.
The reigning Canadian men’s soccer player of the year, Steven Caldwell, and the former US women’s national team player, Megan Rapinoe, are both at No 5.