2017 Sporting KC Match Previews
SKC are in but they can still lock up a home game or a bye this Sunday.
Just four games to go as the season comes to an end.
The battle for first place is on!
Sporting KC look to pick up three more points at home on the heels of winning the US Open Cup this week.
We want the Cup! Gotta have that Cup!
The boys are back in town. But will there be a single starter you recognize?
Sporting KC have only one twice in their last eight games. Wins needed! Will they get one on the road?
Sporting start a two game road trip with a journey to the Big Apple to face a Villa-less NYCFC squad.
SKC look to bounce back as they return home for the teams 100th straight sell out.
First place in the West takes on Fourth place, with just three points (and a larger goal differential) separating the two.
Just one more win separates Sporting KC from their fourth US Open Cup final. They’ve won the previous three.
Sunday marks the first ever meeting between SKC and Atlanta United.
2nd place in the East collide with 2nd place in the West as this long time rivalry is renewed in the clubs lone 2017 meeting.
Round six sees Sporting KC return home in their toughest challenge yet.
First place Sporting Kansas City (West) welcome eight place Philadelphia Union (East) to town with a 13-month home unbeaten streak on the line.
First place Sporting KC (that just sounds nice) hosts the Portland Timbers in the clubs second meeting of the year.
Round five is on the road where Sporting KC have struggled lately against Houston AND they’ll be without four starters.
First place SKC are back on the road in the City of Angels to play a Galaxy team coming off a mid-week victory.
Sporting KC head to the West Coast to take on the San Jose Earthquakes
SKC look to continue their 16-game home unbeaten streak with last year’s Eastern Conference finalists visiting.
SKC look for revenge as they return home where they haven’t lost in over a year.
SKC look to make it two in a road to further cement their hold on first place in the Western Conference.
Sporting look to avenge their controversial 2016 MLS Cup Playoff loss to Seattle but this time they’ll be at home.
SKC look to bounce back after only their second loss of the season against their former USL affiliate.
The best team in the West hits the road for their third game in eight days against an MLS expansion club.
A match-up between two of the best teams in the league in Sporting’s first double game week of the season.