MLS Primetime Thursday - Season 2

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Thursday 7:00 PM on ESPN2 Premiered Apr 01, 2007 In Season

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Episode Guide

  • 2008 Eastern Conference Finals: Chicago Fire vs. Columbus Crew
    The final MLS Primetime Thursday game of the season takes place in Columbus, Ohio where the Crew and Fire will battle it out for the Eastern Conference Championship at Columbus Crew Stadium.
  • 2008 2nd Leg - Eastern Conference Semifinals: New England Revolution vs. Chicago Fire
    In the final leg of the Eastern Conference Semifinals between Chicago and New England, the Revolution travel to Illinois to take on the Fire in this winner take all in this aggregate series.
  • 2008 1st Leg - Eastern Conference Semifinals: Chicago Fire vs. New England Revolution
    The Chicago Fire travel to Gillette Stadium where they will meet the New England Revolution in the first leg of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
  • New York Red Bulls vs. Chicago Fire
    10/23/08
    9.0
    The Red Bulls look to lock up a playoff spot in their final match of the regular season when they travel to Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois to take on the Chicago Fire.
  • New England Revolution vs. D.C. United
    10/16/08
    0.0
    The New England Revolution take on the struggling D.C. United at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C.
  • New York Red Bulls vs. Real Salt Lake
    10/9/08
    9.0
    The New York Red Bulls travel to Sandy, Utah for their match with Real Salt Lake at Rio Tinto Stadium.
  • San Jose Earthquakes vs. FC Dallas
    10/2/08
    9.0
    The San Jose Earthquakes travel to Frisco, Texas where they will meet FC Dallas in an important Western Conference match at Pizza Hut Park.
  • Los Angeles Galaxy vs. Chicago Fire
    9/25/08
    9.0
    The Los Angeles Galxy travel to Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois where they will meet the Chicago Fire in a math with important playoff implications.
  • New York Red Bulls vs. Columbus Crew
    9/18/08
    0.0
    The New York Red Bulls played the Columbus Crew at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus, Ohio.
  • Chivas USA vs. New England Revolution
    9/11/08
    9.0
    In an interconference matchup, Chivas USA travel to Foxborough, Massachusetts to face the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium.
  • Colorado Rapids vs. FC Dallas
    9/4/08
    8.5
    The Colorado Rapids travel to Frisco, Texas to take on FC Dallas at Pizza Hut Park in a key Western Conference game.
  • Chicago Fire vs. Los Angeles Galaxy
    8/21/08
    9.2
    Brian McBride is back in the MLS after his lengthy tenure in the English Premier League. He will be leading the Chicago Fire into Los Angeles where they will face a Galaxy team that is winless in their last eight (0-4-4).
  • Chivas USA vs. Los Angeles Galaxy
    8/14/08
    9.3
    The Super Classico is back on MLS Primetime Thursday. The Galaxy is the home team for a game where both teams share a home stadium.
  • 2008 Pepsi MLS All-Star Game: West Ham United vs. MLS All-Stars
    English Premier League Club, West Ham United, faces the MLS All-Stars at BMO Field in Toronto, Canada.
  • Kansas City Wizards vs. Columbus Crew
    7/17/08
    9.3
    The Kansas City Wizards travel to Ohio's capital for their match against the Crew at Columbus Crew Stadium.
  • Chivas USA vs. Los Angeles Galaxy
    7/10/08
    9.3
    The "Super Classico" is back on MLS Primetime Thursday. The Galaxy and Chivas USA meet at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California.
  • Houston Dynamo vs. Real Salt Lake
    7/3/08
    8.0
    Houston travels to Utah to take on a Real Salt Lake team that has not lost at home this season, where the winner takes sole possesion of first place in the Western Conference. The game is at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • FC Dallas vs. Houston Dynamo
    6/26/08
    9.1
    Schellas Hyndman goes for his first points as FC Dallas coach tonight against their rivals, Houston Dynamo, in "El Capitan". The match was held at Robertson Stadium in Houston, Texas.
  • Chicago Fire vs. Chivas USA
    6/19/08
    9.1
    Cuauhtemoc Blanco and the Chicago Fire travel to Carson, California to battle Chivas USA at the Home Depot Center.
  • New England Revolution vs. Houston Dynamo
    In a rematch of the previous two MLS Cups the Revolution travel to Robertson Stadium in Houston, Texas to deliver some payback after losing both MLS Cups to the powerful Dynamo.
  • Chivas USA vs. New York Red Bulls
    6/5/08
    9.0
    Chivas USA visit New Jersey to play the New York Red Bulls from Giants Stadium.
  • D.C. United vs. New England Revolution
    The struggling D.C. United look to gain some momentum as they travel to Foxborough, Massachusettes to take on the Eastern Conference Powerhouse, New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium.
  • Houston Dynamo vs. San Jose Earthquakes
    The two-time defending MLS Champs come back to their previous home to take on San Jose in their first season back from hiatus. Houston and San Jose will play at Buck Shaw Stadium in Santa Clara which is their temporary home while their stadium is being built.
  • Real Salt Lake vs. Colorado Rapids
    5/15/08
    0.0
    Real Salt Lake vs. Colorado Rapids from Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colorado.
  • Chicago Fire vs. D.C. United
    5/8/08
    0.0
    The Chicago Fire travel to the nation's capital to face off against D.C. United.
  • New York Red Bulls vs. Toronto FC
    5/1/08
    0.0
    New York Red Bulls vs. Toronto FC from BMO Field in Toronto, Canada
  • New England Revolution vs. FC Dallas
    4/24/08
    0.0
    The Revolution travel to Frisco, Texas to take on FC Dallas at Pizza Hut Park.
  • Columbus Crew vs. D.C. United
    4/17/08
    0.0
    The Columbus Crew traveled to the Nation's Capital to take on Luciano Emilio and D.C. United at RFK Stadium.
  • San Jose Earthquakes vs. Los Angeles Galaxy
    The San Jose Earthquakes face the Los Angeles Galaxy in their first MLS match since the 2005 season. This is the second match of the ESPN2 double header.
  • New England Revolution vs. Chicago Fire
    In a rematch of last year's Eastern Conference Final, the New England Revolution will go up against the Chicago Fire in the first game of an ESPN2 double header.