League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Rochester Rhinos3016683824+14546,464Isaac Kissi - 8Neal Kitson
2Austin Aztex3015875340+13533,733Eddie Johnson - 14Miguel Gallardo
3Portland Timbers30131073423+114910,727Ryan Pore - 15Steve Cronin
4Carolina RailHawks3013894432+12472,241Etienne Barbara - 8Eric Reed
5Vancouver Whitecaps FC30101553222+10455,149Blake Wagner, Greg Janicki... - 4Jay Nolly
6Montreal Impact30127113630+64312,397Ali Gerba - 9Matt Jordan
7Minnesota Stars30117123236-4401,374Simone Bracalello, Brian Cvilikas - 5Joe Warren
8Puerto Rico Islanders30910113735+2372,358David Foley - 8Bill Gaudette
9Miami FC30712113749-12331,254Abe Thompson - 9Caleb Patterson-Sewell
10Tampa Bay Rowdies30711124146-5323,866Aaron King - 12Daryl Sattler
11AC St. Louis3078153248-16292,750Mike Ambersley - 8Alec Dufty
12Crystal Palace Baltimore3066182455-31241,075Gary Brooks, Randi Patterson - 4Evan Bush

Regular Season

NASL Conference

NASL Conference Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Carolina RailHawks3013894432+1247→ Quarterfinals
2Vancouver Whitecaps FC30101553222+1045
3Montreal Impact30127113630+643
4Miami FC30712113749-1233
5AC St. Louis3078153248-1629
6Crystal Palace Baltimore3066182455-3124

USL Conference

USL Conference Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Rochester Rhinos3016683824+1454→ Quarterfinals
2Austin Aztex3015875340+1353
3Portland Timbers30131073423+1149
4Minnesota Stars30117123236-440
5Puerto Rico Islanders30910113735+237
6Tampa Bay Rowdies30711124146-532



Puerto Rico won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.
Carolina won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.
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Montreal won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.
Vancouver won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Semifinals.


Carolina won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Final.
Puerto Rico won on aggregate score over two legs, after extra time and advance to Final.


Puerto Rico won on aggregate score over two legs.


Red Cards
1. Santiago FusilierCrystal Palace Baltimore 2
2. Cornelius StewartVancouver Whitecaps FC 1
James MarcelinPortland Timbers 1
Ian JoyPortland Timbers 1
Amir LoweryCarolina RailHawks 1
Rob ValentinoTampa Bay Rowdies 1
Christian GómezMiami FC 1
Aaron PitchkolanRochester Rhinos 1
GauchinhoAC St. Louis 1
Andrew MarshallCrystal Palace Baltimore 1
Daniel WassonMinnesota Stars 1
Daniel PaladiniCarolina RailHawks 1
Craig BellamyRochester Rhinos 1
Sean CameronMiami FC 1
Jeff CosgriffAC St. Louis 1
David HorstPuerto Rico Islanders 1
Greg JanickiVancouver Whitecaps FC 1
David TestoMontreal Impact 1
Tan LongTampa Bay Rowdies 1
Chris NursePuerto Rico Islanders 1
Jack TraynorAC St. Louis 1
Devon McKenneyCarolina RailHawks 1
Mamadou DansoPortland Timbers 1
Paul RobsonCrystal Palace Baltimore 1
Luca BellisomoVancouver Whitecaps FC 1
Joe SalemPuerto Rico Islanders 1
John GilkersonCarolina RailHawks 1
Kevin FriedlandMinnesota Stars 1
Chris GbandiMiami FC 1
Sullivan SilvaAustin Aztex 1
Tim VeltenAC St. Louis 1
Gershon KoffieVancouver Whitecaps FC 1
Rodrigo LópezPortland Timbers 1
Gordon KljestanTampa Bay Rowdies 1
Kieron BernardAustin Aztex 1
Joe WarrenMinnesota Stars 1
Joey WorthenAustin Aztex 1
Filipe PastelMontreal Impact 1
Randi PattersonAustin Aztex 1
Brian KallmanMinnesota Stars 1
Leonard GriffinAustin Aztex 1
Korey VeederCrystal Palace Baltimore 1
Simon GattiMontreal Impact 1


League Notes

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