MLS betting and soccer betting at Allpro. When the United States submitted a bid for the 1994 World Cup, it was met internationally with skepticism. America, after all, did not have a history with soccer, and the sport seemed to barely register with most Americans. Even more, the United States didn't even have professional league, and most of the country's talent played overseas or in college leagues. Still, as part of bid to host the tournament, a professional league called MLS (Major League Soccer) was created. FIFA's final decision on awarding the games revolved around growing the sport.
Since the league is less than two decades old, not a lot of tradition or storied team rivalries. For example, the New York Red Bulls used to be called the Metro Stars. Also MLS has struggled with wavering popularity of soccer in the United States, which fluctuates with the performance of the national team. For example, the team did unexpectedly well in the 2002 World Cup, reaching the quarter finals. Subsequently, the MLS Cup championship match sold out Gillette Stadium. The league has featured American talent, but in an effort to raise the quality of play, the league has also signed top international talent, like David Beckham. For similar reasons, the league also takes part in SuperLiga, where MLS teams compete against Mexican professional teams.
Currently, MLS is divided into two geographic regions of east and west. The league as a whole encompasses sixteen teams, which will grow with the addition of two new expansion teams. Also, MLS is currently sanctions by the US Soccer Federation.
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Major League Soccer - MLS
|12-01-12||LA Galaxy (MLS Cup)(Live Betting)||1.75||Over 2.5 (1.90)|
|4:30||Tie||3.40||Under 2.5 (1.80)|
|Houston Dynamo (MLS Cup)(Top Daily Game)||4.25|