About the MLS Cup
The winner of the 2016 MLS Cup was Seattle Sounders FC. They beat Toronto FC for the MLS Cup Trophy.
The Home Depot Center has a reputation for being “the cathedral of U.S. soccer.” The venue will surely live up to its name this year as soccer fans from all over North America will make the journey to the four-day celebration of the most popular sport on the planet. Not only does the Home Depot Center have a history of hosting the MLS Cup, but they have also hosted other matches of great significance including a Women’s World Cup Final, an MLS All-Star Game, Men’s and Women’s Gold Cup matches, as well as hosting notable top-tier club teams from Europe including AC Milan, Chelsea, Manchester City, and Real Madrid.
Buy tickets now for your chance to see the world’s favorite sport at “the cathedral of U.S. soccer!” The event is expected to be extremely popular, so don’t miss out on your chance to experience this historic event.
Since the inaugural MLS Cup in 1996, D.C. United boasts four MLS Cup championships, more than any other team. Conversely, the New England Revolution has lost the MLS Cup four times, more than any other team that has yet to emerge victorious. The largest crowd ever for an MLS Cup was for in 2002 when the L.A. Galaxy played the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium. Spectators upwards of 61,000 witnessed a thrilling second sudden-death period where the Galaxy were able to take their first MLS Cup. It was quite a game for ticket holders, for Galaxy fans at least!