2014 MLS Match Recaps
The End: New York Red Bulls 2-1 Sporting KC
Bradley Wright-Phillips' second half brace led New York to a 2-1 victory over Sporting KC, ending their season.
Purple Reign: Saprissa 2-0 Sporting Kansas City
Sporting KC are knocked out of the CONCACAF Champions League following a 2-0 defeat in Costa Rica.
Extinguished: Sporting KC 2-0 Chicago Fire
Goals from Dom Dwyer and Graham Zusi guaranteed Sporting KC's place in the 2014 MLS Cup playoffs.
Dos-Vale: Sporting Kansas City 3-1 Saprissa
Dovale's second-half brace gives Sporting KC a 3-1 win, and control of Group 2.
On the Record: Sporting Kansas City 4-0 Chivas USA
Sporting KC ended their losing streak with a resounding 4-0 win. Dom Dwyer set the Sporting KC single-season goal record with his 19th goal of the year.
Revolting: New England Revolution 3-1 Sporting KC
Sporting KC loses their third straight as they give up three goals for the third time in a row.
Blue Angels: FC Kansas City Wins NWSL Championship
The Blues put in an excellent performance as they defeated the Seattle Reign 2-1 to win the NWSL Championship.
Hell Week: Houston Dynamo 3-1 Sporting KC
Another atrocious defensive performance gave Sporting KC a humiliating 3-1 loss to rivals Houston Dynamo.
Handled By United: DC United 3-0 Sporting KC
Three first half goals quickly swung the game in DC United's favor as they took over the Eastern Conference.
Red Drawn: Sporting KC 1-1 Real Esteli
Sporting KC earn a frustrating point away in Nicaragua in their first match of the 2014-2015 CONCACAF Champions League.
Four Score: Sporting KC 4-1 Toronto FC
Dwyer provided two goals as Sporting KC routed Toronto FC 4-1.
Vancouver Riot: Whitecaps 2-0 Sporting KC
The Whitecaps overran Sporting KC in the midfield, taking advantage of crucial first half mistakes to grab two goals.
Sporting KC at Vancouver Whitecaps Match Thread
Follow along as Sporting KC goes for their sixth straight road win.
This House is Not a Home: Sporting KC 1-1 Union
For the second time this year, Philadelphia comes into Sporting Park and gets a result as the two teams draw 1-1.
Homewreckers: Sporting Kansas City 2-1 Toronto FC
Jacob Peterson provided a 79th minute goal to put Sporting Kansas City ahead of Toronto FC 2-1.
At Least it Didn't Matter: MCFC 4-1 Sporting KC
CJ Sapong put in the lone goal for Sporting KC as they fell to the English champions 4-1.
Out of This World: Sporting KC 2-1 Los Angeles
Goals from Benny Feilhaber and Lawrence Olum were enough to defeat the Galaxy 2-1.
The Benny Feilhaber Show: Sporting KC 2-1 Columbus
One assist, one game-winning goal and three points for Sporting Kansas City, courtesy of Benny Feilhaber.
Magnifique!: Sporting KC 2-1 Montreal Impact
Dom Dwyer scores another brace as Sporting KC snatches a late winner in Montreal.
Afternoon Contrite: Sporting KC 1-1 Chicago Fire
Dom Dwyer notched his twelfth goal of the year but Mike Magee countered right away to make it a 1-1 draw.
Oregon Trailed: Sporting KC 1-0 Portland Timbers
Sporting KC grabs a clutch three points after beating the Portland Timbers 1-0 at Providence Park.
Cut Down: Portland Timbers 3-1 Sporting KC
Poor defensive play from Sporting Kansas City and a perfect Timber's game plan led to Portland scoring three goals en route to a 3-1 victory.
Twin City: Sporting KC 2-0 Minnesota United FC
Sporting KC are going to the fifth round of the US Open Cup after sinking Minnesota United FC. Soony Saad and Alex Martinez provided the goals.
Espin-DOH-la: DC United 1-0 Sporting Kansas City
Fabian Espindola's "shross" takes advantage of Kronberg's mistake, sinks Sporting KC as DC United wins 1-0.
Draw it up: Sporting Kansas City 1-1 New York
A lackluster second half outshines Sporting KC's dominant first half as they draw New York 1-1.
The Great Equalizer: Sporting KC 2-2 Toronto FC
Toronto FC scores in stoppage time to draw with Sporting Kansas City 2-2.
Burned: Chicago Fire 2-1 Sporting Kansas City
Two Mike Magee penalty kicks were enough to sink Sporting Kansas City as they fell 2-1 on the road.
Bell Rung: Philadelphia Union 2-1 Sporting KC
Two Union second half goals sandwiched Dom Dwyer's golazo as the Philadelphia Union knocked off Sporting Kansas City 2-1.
Deja Blue: Sporting KC 3-0 Montreal Impact
Dom Dwyer took home a brace as Sporting KC demolished the ten-men Montreal Impact.
Forceful: Sporting Kansas City 2-0 Columbus Crew
Jacob Peterson and Claudio Bieler each scored their first of the season as Sporting KC climbed to the top of the East.
Bunburied: Sporting Kansas City 0-2 New England
Aurelien Collin saw red, Teal Bunbury scored in stoppage and Lee Nguyen sealed it with a penalty as Sporting KC fell 2-0 in New England.
Four Score: Sporting KC 4-0 Montreal Impact
A Dom Dwyer brace and a dominant second half performance gives Sporting KC a 4-0 win over the Impact.
g+ GameFlow: MLS Regular Season @SportingKC v @LAGalaxy on March 11, 2023. #SportingKC #VamosKC #LAGalaxy #VamosGalaxy #SKCvLAG pic.twitter.com/QYfDJDk9T2— GameFlow (@GameFlowxPG) March 12, 2023
g+ GameFlow: MLS Regular Season @ColoradoRapids v @SportingKC on March 04, 2023. #Rapids96 #SportingKC #VamosKC #COLvSKC pic.twitter.com/NugU72grnN— GameFlow (@GameFlowxPG) March 5, 2023
g+ GameFlow: MLS Regular Season @TimbersFC v @SportingKC on February 27, 2023. #RCTID #SportingKC #VamosKC #PORvSKC pic.twitter.com/DoydCfQhhw— GameFlow (@GameFlowxPG) February 28, 2023
Update: NWSL's Kansas City Current has taken strong interest in Haiti's Melchie Dumornay, I'm told. Competition from some big Euro clubs. Resolution expected within two weeks.— Steven Goff (@SoccerInsider) July 27, 2022
g+ GameFlow: MLS Regular Season @SportingKC v @LAFC on July 23, 2022. #SportingKC #VamosKC #LAFC #BarrioAngelino #SKCvLAFC pic.twitter.com/18M0cRN67N— GameFlow (@GameFlowxPG) July 24, 2022