Champion

Toronto FC won league championship via league playoffs.

Major League Soccer

Eastern Conference

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
Eastern Conference Table
Rank Squad G Points GDiff W D L GF GA Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Toronto FC3469+372095743727,647Sebastian Giovinco - 16Alex Bono→ MLS Cup Playoffs -- Conference Semifinals
2New York City FC3457+131699564322,321David Villa - 22Sean Johnson→ MLS Cup Playoffs -- Conference Semifinals
3Chicago Fire3455+1416711614717,383Nemanja Nikolić - 24Matt Lampson→ MLS Cup Playoffs -- Knockout Round
4Atlanta United3455+3015109704048,200Josef Martínez - 19Alec Kann→ MLS Cup Playoffs -- Knockout Round
5Columbus Crew3454+416612534915,439Ola Kamara - 18Zack Steffen→ MLS Cup Playoffs -- Knockout Round
6New York Red Bulls3450+614812534721,175Bradley Wright-Phillips - 17Luis Robles→ MLS Cup Playoffs -- Knockout Round
7New England Revolution3445-813615536119,367Kei Kamara - 12Cody Cropper
8Philadelphia Union3442+311914504716,812C. J. Sapong - 16Andre Blake
9Montreal Impact3439-611617525820,046Ignacio Piatti - 17Evan Bush
10Orlando City3439-1910915395825,028Cyle Larin - 12Joe Bendik
11D.C. United3432-299520316017,904Luciano Acosta, Patrick Mullins - 5Bill Hamid

Western Conference

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
Western Conference Table
Rank Squad G Points GDiff W D L GF GA Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Portland Timbers3453+1015811605021,144Diego Valeri - 21Jake Gleeson→ MLS Cup Playoffs -- Conference Semifinals
2Seattle Sounders FC3453+1314119523943,666Clint Dempsey - 12Stefan Frei→ MLS Cup Playoffs -- Conference Semifinals
3Vancouver Whitecaps FC3452+115712504921,416Fredy Montero - 13David Ousted→ MLS Cup Playoffs -- Knockout Round
4Houston Dynamo3450+12131110574517,500Erick Torres - 14Tyler Deric→ MLS Cup Playoffs -- Knockout Round
5Sporting KC3449+1112139402919,537Gerso Fernandes - 8Tim Melia→ MLS Cup Playoffs -- Knockout Round
6San Jose Earthquakes3446-2113714396019,875Chris Wondolowski - 13David Bingham→ MLS Cup Playoffs -- Knockout Round
7FC Dallas34460111310484815,122Maximiliano Urruti - 12Jesse Gonzalez
8Real Salt Lake3445-613615495518,781Luis Silva, Albert Rusnák... - 7Nick Rimando
9Minnesota United3436-2310618477020,538Christian Ramirez - 14Bobby Shuttleworth
10Colorado Rapids3433-209619315115,322Dominique Badji - 9Tim Howard
11LA Galaxy3432-228818456722,243Romain Alessandrini - 13Clément Diop

MLS Cup Playoffs

MLS Cup Playoffs -- Knockout Round



(E-3) Chicago Fire
0-4



New York Red Bulls won match in normal time.



0-0



Columbus Crew won on penalty kicks following extra time.



5-0



Vancouver Whitecaps FC won match in normal time.



1-0
(W-5) Sporting KC



Houston Dynamo won match following extra time.

MLS Cup Playoffs -- Conference Semifinals



(E-1) Toronto FC
2-2



Toronto FC won on away goals, after aggregate score was tied.



3-4



Columbus Crew won on aggregate score over two legs.



1-2



Houston Dynamo won on aggregate score over two legs.



2-0



Seattle Sounders FC won on aggregate score over two legs.

MLS Cup Playoffs -- Conference Finals



(E-1) Toronto FC
1-0



Toronto FC won on aggregate score over two legs.



5-0



Seattle Sounders FC won on aggregate score over two legs.

MLS Cup 2017



(E-1) Toronto FC
2-0



Toronto FC won match in normal time.

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