Sporting Kansas City

Sporting Kansas City

10th Conference West | 1-1-1
  • Goals For
    10th
    4 GF
  • Assists
    18th
    2 A
  • Shots
    25th
    17 Shots
  • Saves
    23rd
    6 SAV
  • Storylines | City vs. NYCFC
    Orlando City Soccer Club

    Storylines | City vs. NYCFC

    Starting Out Strong A win on Saturday against New York City FC would match the Lions’ best start in Club history after going four fixtures unbeaten to start the 2016 MLS campaign with a 2-0-2 record. The Lions battled to draws against Real Salt Lake and the Chicago Fire before taking victories over Saturday’s opposition and the Portland Timbers to begin their second season in Major League Soccer just five years ago.

  • An "In the Box" look at two Sporting KC goals allowed v Real Salt Lake
    The Blue Testament

    An "In the Box" look at two Sporting KC goals allowed v Real Salt Lake

    Pulido and Walter are square – allowing RSL to pass between the lines – and Ilie is nowhere near Ruiz. Furthermore, left winger Khiry Shelton is in no-man’s land. He can neither cut out a pass wide to Brody nor prevent the most dangerous ball: a splitting pass behind Shelton and in front of left back Luis Martins.

  • Sporting KC II Salvage a Point against the OKC Energy with a Late Equalizer
    The Blue Testament

    Sporting KC II Salvage a Point against the OKC Energy with a Late Equalizer

    The Energy lineup had former SKC II player Tucker Stephenson on the bench to start the game (he did come on to start the second half). Sporting KC II came out at full speed and looked much sharper than their Week 1 showing. SKC Homegrown Ozzie Cisneros, along with Cameron Duke, consistently ripped through the midfield with pace and skill.