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FA founded: 1913 ( FA Website )
Joined FIFA: 1914
FIFA Code: USA
Nickname: Team USA
Local Name: United States Of America
Capital: Washington, DC
Population: 303,824,640
Area: 9,826,630 km2
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Currency: US Dollar (USD) - Rates
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An overview of the football league system in USA with a list of the clubs and stadia in each division. Click on the + symbols to reveal the manager/coach, chairman/president, nickname, year of foundation and a link to the website for each American football club.

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MLS Western Conference
Club Deportivo Chivas USA StubHub Center (27,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Jose Luis Real
Chairman / President: Dennis Te Kloese
Founded in: 2004 (Nickname: Los Rojiblancos)
View Club Deportivo Chivas USA homepage
Colorado Rapids Dick's Sporting Goods Park (18,776) [-]
Manager / Coach: Oscar Pareja
Chairman / President: Stan Kroenke
Founded in: 1995 (Nickname: Rapids)
View Colorado Rapids homepage
FC Dallas FC Dallas Stadium (20,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Schellas Hyndman
Chairman / President: Clark Hunt
Founded in: 1996 (Nickname: Hoops)
View FC Dallas homepage
Los Angeles Galaxy StubHub Center (27,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Bruce Arena
Chairman / President: AEG
Founded in: 1995 (Nickname: Galaxy)
View Los Angeles Galaxy homepage
Portland Timbers Jeld-Wen Field (20,438) [-]
Manager / Coach: Caleb Porter
Chairman / President: Merritt Paulson
Founded in: 2001 (Nickname: The Timbers)
View Portland Timbers homepage
The club was technically dissolved in 2010 and refounded as an MLS franchise, having previously played on lower leagues.
Real Salt Lake Rio Tinto Stadium (20,008) [-]
Manager / Coach: Jason Kreis
Chairman / President: Dell Loy Hansen
Founded in: 2004 (Nickname: Claret and Cobalt)
View Real Salt Lake homepage
San Jose Earthquakes Buck Shaw Stadium (10,300) [-]
Manager / Coach: Mark Watson
Chairman / President: Earthquakes Soccer
Founded in: 1995 (Nickname: Quakes)
View San Jose Earthquakes homepage
Seattle Sounders CenturyLink Field (38,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Sigi Schmid
Chairman / President: Joe Roth
Founded in: 2007 (Nickname: The Sounders)
View Seattle Sounders homepage
Previously existed as a NASL team from 1974-1983 and as a USL First Division team from 1994-2008.
Vancouver Whitecaps BC Place (54,320) [-]
Manager / Coach: Martin Rennie
Chairman / President: Greg Kerfoot
Founded in: 1974 (Nickname: Caps)
View Vancouver Whitecaps homepage
They had an incarnation as a NASL team from 1974-1984. In 1986 they were reborn as Vancouver '86ers and played in the CSL, APSL and A-League, reverting to the Whitecaps name in 2001. In 2010 they were refounded as an MLS franchise.

MLS Eastern Conference
Chicago Fire Toyota Park (20,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Frank Klopas
Chairman / President: Andrew Hauptman
Founded in: 1997 (Nickname: The Fire)
View Chicago Fire homepage
Columbus Crew Columbus Crew Stadium (20,555) [-]
Manager / Coach: Clark Hunt
Chairman / President: Robert Warzycha
Founded in: 1994 (Nickname: The Crew)
View Columbus Crew homepage
D.C. United RFK Stadium (56,692) [-]
Manager / Coach: Ben Olsen
Chairman / President: Erick Thohir
Founded in: 1995 (Nickname: United)
View D.C. United homepage
Houston Dynamo BBVA Compass Stadium (22,039) [-]
Manager / Coach: Dominic Kinnear
Chairman / President: Philip Anschutz
Founded in: 2005 (Nickname: The Orange)
View Houston Dynamo homepage
Montreal Impact Saputo Stadium (20,521) [-]
Manager / Coach: Marco Schallibaum
Chairman / President: Joey Saputo
Founded in: 1992 (Nickname: Impact)
View Montreal Impact homepage
Known as Impact de Montreal in French. They played in the NASL. They were technically dissolved in 2011 and a new club with the same name, colours and stadium founded as an MLS franchise.
New England Revolution Gillette Stadium (68,756) [-]
Manager / Coach: Jay Heaps
Chairman / President: Robert Kraft
Founded in: 1995 (Nickname: Revs)
View New England Revolution homepage
New York Red Bulls The Red Bull Arena (25,189) [-]
Manager / Coach: Mike Petke
Chairman / President: Red Bull GmbH
Founded in: 1995 (Nickname: Red Bulls)
View New York Red Bulls homepage
Philadelphia Union PPL Park (18,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: John Hackworth
Chairman / President: Keystone Sports & Entertainment
Founded in: 2008 (Nickname: Zolos)
View Philadelphia Union homepage
Sporting Kansas City Sporting Park (18,467) [-]
Manager / Coach: Peter Vermes
Chairman / President: Sporting Club
Founded in: 1995 (Nickname: Sporting KC)
View Sporting Kansas City homepage
Toronto FC BMO Field (20,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Ryan Nelsen
Chairman / President: Kevin Payne
Founded in: 2006 (Nickname: The Reds)
View Toronto FC homepage

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United Soccer Leagues

United Soccer Leagues is the largest organization of soccer leagues in North America. The A-League is the highest level and home of the top Canadian teams, plus the best American teams outside the MLS. It is split into an Eastern and a Western Conference and is fully professional.

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Pacific Coast Soccer League – Includes American and Canadian clubs (men & women)


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