MLS

MLS Live Streaming
Event: Major League Soccer
Sport: Football
Venue: Multiple
Location: United States & Canada
Live Streaming Availability: All Matches

POPULAR TEAMS: LA Galaxy | New York City

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Football or as the locals would call it Soccer, is really starting to make an imprint in the North American psyche thanks in no small part to the recent successes in the World Cups of 2010 and 2014 of the American national side and big name signings that headed over the MLS including David Beckham.

MLS Live Streaming

The MLS (Major League Soccer) is the highest level of club football in both Canada and the United States of America and acts as a qualifying for continental competitions and the good news is that you can watch all of the action live online via live streaming.

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How To Watch Live Football

Step 1: Click here to sign up to BET365.com (A funded account/deposit is needed) (If you already have an account go to step 2

Step 2: Click on “Live Streaming”, found at the top of the page, in the darker green area.

Step 3: Select Football from the “Show All Events” drop down

Step 4: Click on the text stating the match (on the left hand side) and the game will appear on the screen, enjoy!
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Please note: Geo-restrictions do apply, a funded account and/or bet placed 24 hours prior to game is required for access.

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Major League Soccer

The MLS has gone from strength to strength in recent years in terms of not only the quality of paly on the field but also in terms of the number of fans in stadiums and the wealth of finances off of the field.

There are currently 3 Canadian teams and 16 American team competing in 2 conferences with 4 new teams set to join over the next few season including New York City FC who are co-owned my Baseballs New York Yankees and Manchester City.

With plenty of English players and a host of star names including Robbie Keane, David Villa, Kaka and of course Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard, heading over to the US over the past decade, interest from the UK has grown hugely over the past few years and the good news is that you can watch each and every MLS game live, online 100% legally and 100% safely thanks to our live streaming partners.

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All of the live streaming feeds we feature on SportsStream.co.uk are 100% safe and 100% legal. That is because we only select live streams from reputable companies such as bookmaker our live streaming partners who have paid for the rights to show live Major League Soccer action in the hope that whilst watching you also place a bet. There is NO REQUIREMENT to do so.

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Major League Soccer or simply the MLS as most fans known the league for is the topflight football league in the United States of America but it also has teams from across the northern border in Canada.

Unlike the majority of over domestic football leagues across the globe, the MLS operates on a franchise basis where teams bid to either be promoted into Major League Soccer or whole new clubs are created.
With franchise fees reaching eye watering sums and with clubs having little chance of making that money back, it has led to the leagues main aim of creating local talent fall by the wayside.

With clubs owners investing astronomical sums just to start with, they simply have to start seeing returns quickly. That has led to clubs signings what are known as franchise players- start names to sell shirts and increase attendances but with the MLS’ quality been behind a whole host of other leagues, it is currently only star players in their twilight or players who have burned their bridges due to off the field issues and/or attitude issues in major clubs that makes the trip to play in the MLS.

With those players attracting huge wages and attention, it has seen the development of home grown talent stutter as there is little spent on player development and little chance of a breakthrough into the first team playing squad.

That has led to the United States of America’s national men’s football team struggling against other North Americana and Central American nations when it wasn’t that long ago they were battling with Europe and South Americas top countries.

The MLS was formed back in 1993 as part of the build up to the 1994 World Cup which was held in the USA but it wasn’t until 1996 when the season was inaugurated.

Since then the coemption has gone through a number of changes in terms of the number of teams participating, the number and size of conferences and some teams have left the coemption with many others joining.

The style of the league has also changes as to begin with most clubs played out of large American Football stadiums that led to poor attendances and poor atmospheres but recently there has been a big push for teams to play out of smaller, boutique style soccer specific stadiums that has led to fuller stadiums and better atmospheres.

The league have had a number of players who have made there name in the coemption down the years, from USA stars to players failing in other leagues but finding their way in the MLS.

Players such as Landon Donavon, Jeff Cunningham, Jaime Moreno, Ante Razov, Bradley Wright-Philips, Dwayne de Rosario, Carlos Valderrama, Marco Etcheverry, Cobi Jones, Nick Rimando, Kevin Hartman, Stefan Frei and Damarcus Beasley are all stars known to MLS fans but perhaps not to the wider football world.

The leagues operates a salary cap structures which not only helps to level the playing field as it allows teams to spend the same amount and spread players out across all teams but in the newer age, the main reason for the salary cap is to keep costs down.

As with all competitions, some teams have the wherewithal to spend more than others and that in part led to the Designated Player Rule where teams are allowed to sign players whose wage does not count towards the salary cap.

This has allowed top teams to attract big stars who whilst coming towards the end of their career, are still capable as acting as the face of the club.

Players to have been brought into the MLS using this rule includes David Beckham, Zlatan Ibrahimović, Jonathan Dos Santos, Carlos Vela, Carles Gil, Javier Hernandez, Victor Wanyama, Freddie Ljungberg, Shaun Maloney, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Juan Pablo Angel, Kevin Doyle, Guillermo Barros Schelotto, Denilson, Wayne Rooney, Robbie Keane, Steven Gerrard, Giovani dos Santos, Marco Di Vaio, Didier Drogba, David Villa, Frank Lampard, Andrea Pirlo, Thierry Henry, Tim Cahill, Kaka, Nani, Kleberson, Kris Boyd, Liam Ridgewell, Geovanni, Obafemi Martins, Claudio Lopez, Johnny Russell, Torsten Frings, Jermaine Defoe, Barry Robson, Kenny Miller and Fredy Montero.