ESPN’s extensive coverage of the 2018 Major League Soccer season begins Sunday, March 4, with Western Conference champion Seattle Sounders FC vs. LAFC, the league’s newest franchise. Live coverage from Seattle’s CenturyLink Field begins at 5 p.m. ET on ESPN and ESPN Deportes, and streamed live on the ESPN App. LAFC, coached by former U.S. Men’s National Team manager Bob Bradley, features top-tier players like Mexico’s Carlos Vela and 19-year-old Uruguayan striker Diego Rossi. Sounders FC, the MLS Cup champion in 2016 and runner-up in 2017, counters with Uruguayan midfielder Nicolás Lodeiro, U.S. Men’s National Team star Clint Dempsey and Panamanian defender Román Torres. ESPN is Major League Soccer’s longest-tenured national media partner. This is the company’s 23rd season presenting MLS matches, each year since the league debuted in 1996.
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