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MLS Week 2 Schedule, TV/Streaming Information, and Open Thread

With no D.C. United players in action this weekend, join us in watching other games from around the league.

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With D.C. United on a bye week due to the LA Galaxy's Concacaf Champions League game and with the Richmond Kickers season not yet started, this weekend will likely be the last in months in which no United player will be involved in a competitive match. Pay tribute to that solemn fact, not be spending time with your families and friends for one last time this year, but by watching even more soccer with your friends from Black and Red United. This weekend's schedule is as follows:

Game Broadcast Information Time Venue
New York Red Bulls vs Colorado Rapids
MLS Direct Kick | MLS Live
Univision Deportes


3/15/2014 16:00:00 Red Bull Arena
Philadelphia Union vs New England Revolution
MLS Direct Kick | MLS Live


3/15/2014 16:00:00 PPL Park
Seattle Sounders FC vs Toronto FC
CAN Nat'l: TSN & RDS2
(bo Online and Direct Kick)


3/15/2014 16:30:00 CenturyLink Field, Renton, WA
Houston Dynamo vs Montreal Impact
MLS Direct Kick | MLS Live


3/15/2014 20:30:00 BBVA Compass Stadium
Sporting Kansas City vs FC Dallas
MLS Direct Kick | MLS Live


3/15/2014 20:30:00 Sporting Park
San Jose Earthquakes vs Real Salt Lake
MLS Direct Kick | MLS Live


3/15/2014 22:30:00 Buck Shaw Stadium
Portland Timbers vs Chicago Fire
MLS Direct Kick | MLS Live (bo US)


3/16/2014 15:00:00 Jeld-Wen Field
Chivas USA vs Vancouver Whitecaps FC
MLS Direct Kick | MLS Live


3/16/2014 19:00:00 StubHub Center

As always, this is your open thread for all of these games this weekend.