Playing their first game in 1996, Sporting Kansas City is one of the original ten Major League Soccer clubs. With two MLS Cups, a third appearance and five division titles – Sporting KC has been successful even though they have moved back and forth between Conferences. For anyone looking for Sporting Kansas City lines, this is the right place to be. Bettors can find them here for every game all season long.
Sporting KC Next Game
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Sporting KC Score
Kansas may be flat, the scores and schedule are anything but, filled with ups and down. Watch Sporting Kansas City scores and see the schedule for every game for the entire season right here.
Sporting KC Standings
Five first places finishes in their conference make KC one of the best regular season teams in Major League Soccer. Check the Sporting Kansas City standings to see if they can capture another conference title this season.
Sporting KC Record
As a founding member of Major League Soccer, Sporting Kansas City has played a big role in the Major League Soccer gaining a lasting hold in North America. Sporting Kansas City has been quite successful through their first 20 years winning 2 MLS Cups one in 2000 and 2013 as well as five first place finished in their conference.
The team has gone through a handful of changes including moving back and forth between the East and Western conferences as well as a complete rebranding in 2010 as the team changed its name from the Kansas City Wizards and moved into a new stadium.
The current home of Sporting Kansas City is Children’s Mercy Park. The team began playing at the stadium in 2011. The capacity of the stadium is around 18,500 but can be expanded up to 21,000 for playoffs. The capacity makes it one of the smallest stadiums in the league, but a great environment for soccer nonetheless.
Sporting Kansas City is one of the few MLS clubs that does not play for an annual rivalry trophy. One of the main reason for this is the club has split its time between the Eastern and Western Conference. When looking at playoffs as an indicator of rivalry standards, Kansas City and the Houston Dynamo have met in the playoffs four times between 2007 and 2013 – with Houston holding the series advantage 3-1. The Colorado Rapids should also be considered a rival. They have also met 4 times in the playoffs, but Kansas City holds the edge 3-1.