In honor of the 50th anniversary of Bruce Lee’s passing, the Seattle Sounders have released a remarkable jersey. The soccer club has designed a second kit that commemorates the life and legacy of the legendary martial artist. Bruce Lee spent his early years in Seattle and was laid to rest in the city, making it a place of great significance to his story.
The jersey features a striking dragon-inspired pattern in red and black, complemented by a yellow trim that adds a touch of vibrancy. Additionally, the shirt’s bottom bears Bruce Lee’s signature along with a dragon symbol, which adds a personal touch to the tribute.Overall, the Seattle Sounders’ Bruce Lee kit is a fitting tribute to the martial arts icon. It is a unique and creative way to honor his legacy while showcasing the club’s commitment to celebrating local history and culture. Continue reading “MLS’ Best 2023 Kit Just Dropped with a Special Edition Bruce Lee Jersey” →
The Seattle Sounders are getting ready to play in the FIFA Club World Cup for the first time by getting ready in Marbella. After becoming the first MLS team to win the CONCACAF Champions League in 2022, the Sounders qualified for the FIFA Club World Cup. In the two-legged matchup, Seattle defeated Liga MX side Pumas UNAM 5-2 on aggregate.
In the second leg, Seattle defeated Pumas UNAM 3-0 at home in front of a record crowd of 68,741 at Lumen Field. The expedition left a snowy airport in Tacoma on Saturday and traveled to the Costa del Sol, which is on the south coast of Spain. There, the team will spend some time getting ready for the competition, which starts on February 1 in Morocco. Continue reading “Seattle Sounders Looking for a Good Performance” →
Seattle Sounders started their 2023 preseason. Even though they had a disappointing end in 2022, they are looking to head off in the right direction this new season. Jordan Morris said they were not playing up to their standards and they had to be better throughout the year. So, they look forward to doing it this season.
Brian Schmetzer, the head coach, said the same about the opening day of the preseason camp. He said that they are a proud team and franchise. Surely, they did not take the playoff miss that well last year. Thus, they are going to come back strong. Continue reading “MLS Seattle Sounders Might Face Real Madrid in Semis” →
Seattle Sounder FC is going to host the Colorado Rapid on 26th February at Lumen Field to kick off its 34-match MLS schedule for the season of 2023. A minimum of 5 Sounders matches is going to be televised globally on FOX.
Keyln Rowe, the Sounder midfielder said that he thinks that being in Seattle and the rivalry;everyone is looking to Portland in the game. Everyone is looking forward to the Vancouver games. He said that those are the ones that people like saying. Due to the way things turned out to be last year, for the first time in the club’s history, it is incredible that they didn’t make the playoff and are getting to start the season with two games at home. According to him, they are rewriting the season of last year and are starting with 2 games at home in front of their supporters to ensure that they know they are back on the horse and they are ready to go and it is going to be different this season. Continue reading “Seattle Sounders to Host Colorado to Open MLS Regular Season” →
The Seattle Sounders drew the San Jose Earthquakes 2-2 on the Emerald Queen Casino Pitch at Lumen Field on Decision Day on Sunday. Nicolás Lodeiro recorded a brace for the Sounders, while Jeremy Ebobisse and Cade Cowell found the back of the net for the Earthquakes. Lodeiro opened the scoring with the fastest goal of Seattle’s season, firing home his sixth of the season just 24 seconds into the match. Ebobisse, however, equalized just three minutes later on a rebound off a save from Stefan Cleveland.
Albert Rusnák nearly gave the Sounders the lead in the 21st minute when his shot ricocheted off the near post. Lodeiro doubled his tally just four minutes into the second half when he unleashed a wicked right-footed volley from the top of the box off a headed clearance from a Sounders corner kick. Lodeiro finished the season with seven goals, the fifth time in his Sounders tenure that the Uruguayan has scored at least seven times in an MLS campaign. Continue reading ” SOUNDERS END SEASON WITH 2-2 DRAW AGAINST SAN JOSE” →
Seattle Sounders were on a two-game winning run before they travelled to Vancouver to take on the Vancouver Whitecaps in a Major League Soccer (MLS) clash played on Saturday night. The winning run came to an end after they were beaten 2-1 by Vancouver Whitecaps.
Manager Brian Schmetzer and Seattle Sounders were on a run of five games without a win before they saw off Houston Dynamo at home to start the abovementioned run of two straight wins. Sounders came from behind to beat Dynamo 2-1 at home with the two goals scored in the second half. Dynamo took the lead in the first half thanks to the strike from American defender Daniel Steres. Steres found the back of the net on 26 minutes for the first goal of the game. It took just fourteen second half minutes for Seattle Sounders to get back on level terms thanks to the strike from Cameroonian left-back NouhouTolo. Tolo then turned provider for Colombian attacker Fredy Montero to score the winning goal with fourteen minutes left on the clock. Montero made his mark on the game as a second half substitute. He found the back of the net twenty minutes after coming on as a substitute for American defensive midfielder Danny Levya. Continue reading “SOUNDERS WINLESS RUN ENDS AGAINST VANCOUVER” →