2015 Major League Soccer


The 2015 season was Major League Soccer's 20th, and 20 teams competed in the league that year. The Portland Timbers won the 2015 MLS championship.

2015 Major League Soccer Standings
2015 Major League Soccer League Leaders

Chicago Fire (8-20-6) - Roster | Statistics
Colorado Rapids (9-15-10) - Roster | Statistics
Columbus Crew SC (15-11-8) - Roster | Statistics
D.C. United (15-13-6) - Roster | Statistics
FC Dallas (18-10-6) - Roster | Statistics
Houston Dynamo (11-14-9) - Roster | Statistics
LA Galaxy (14-11-9) - Roster | Statistics
Montreal Impact (15-13-6) - Roster | Statistics
New England Revolution (14-12-8) - Roster | Statistics
New York City FC (10-17-7) - Roster | Statistics
New York Red Bulls (18-10-6) - Roster | Statistics
Orlando City SC (12-14-8) - Roster | Statistics
Philadelphia Union (10-17-7) - Roster | Statistics
Portland Timbers (15-11-8) - Roster | Statistics
Real Salt Lake (11-15-8) - Roster | Statistics
San Jose Earthquakes (13-13-8) - Roster | Statistics
Seattle Sounders FC (15-13-6) - Roster | Statistics
Sporting Kansas City (14-11-9) - Roster | Statistics
Toronto FC (15-15-4) - Roster | Statistics
Vancouver Whitecaps FC (16-13-5) - Roster | Statistics


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