Rapids acquire midfielder Mark-Anthony Kaye in million-dollar trade with LAFC
Kaye will join a deep Colorado midfield.
MLS Players Association releases 2021 salary guide
A breakdown of the wage bill for the Colorado Rapids this season.
MLS implements concussion substitutes for 2021 season
Major League Soccer gives clubs the option of two additional substitutes during games in the 2021 regular season.
MLS announces 2021 regular season schedule
The Rapids have 3 trips to Salt Lake this year—but only two of those are against RSL.
UPDATE: The 2021 MLS season will begin on April 17
That’s assuming the league and MLSPA can reach an agreement in upcoming weeks.
MLS and MLSPA ratify new Collective Bargaining Agreement
The 7-year CBA has been ratified by the MLS Board of Governors and members of the MLSPA.
Making sense of the recent MLS CBA decisions
What the most recent developments involving the CBA mean for the league and the fans
The 2020 MLS playoffs will be determined by points per game—what does this mean for the Colorado Rapids?
2020 continues to throw curveballs.
Update: There will still be a Supporters’ Shield awarded in 2020
Last week, the Supporters’ Shield Foundation announced that there wasn’t going to be a Supporter’ Shield awarded in 2020.
Colorado Rapids vs. Sporting Kansas City match rescheduled for October 21
The original match on Sept. 27 was postponed when four members of the Rapids have tested positive for COVID-19.
MLS announces rest of 2020 regular season schedule
The season will finish out with 9 in-conference matches.
Rapids Head Coach Robin Fraser confirms Kei Kamara move
While the club has not made an official announcement, Fraser commented on the trade during today’s media availability.
Rapids to resume 2020 MLS regular season on August 22nd
The Burgundy Boys will kick off the continuation of the regular season at home against RSL.
Rapids draw Group D with RSL, SKC, and Minnesota United for the MLS is Back Tournament
With the MLS is Back Tournament starting in Orlando in less than a month, the League held a draw today to determine the groups.
COVID-19 UPDATES: Clubs may begin full team training
This will be updated as the league releases news about training, games, and the rest of the season.
MLS is coming back!
A lockout has been avoided and there will be a summer tournament in Orlando.
MLS summer tournament closer to becoming a reality despite possibility of lockout
Players agree to economic concessions while prospect of lockout looms and we talked to Clint Irwin about ongoing negotiations.
MLS allows clubs to resume small group training
(With many restrictions in place for player and staff safety.)
Rumors fly that MLS is considering tournament in Orlando this summer
"This community is ready to do it and Orlando is the perfect city to hold an event like that" - Oscar Pareja, Head Coach, Orlando City SC
Here’s your chance to ask MLS Commissioner Don Garber a question
He will be on Altitude’s Sports Social on Friday, April 24th.
Don Garber and MLS looking at different ways to play out the rest of the season
The MLS Commissioner spoke with ESPN’s Taylor Twellman earlier this week.
Futility watch: @ColoradoRapids— cinhosa (@cinhosa) July 15, 2018
* On pace for 29 points - worst ever in franchise history
* 21st in GS
* 19th in GD
* 14th in GA #RapidsWay #AttractiveSoccer #AttackingSoccer #Rapids96#HudsonOut #SmithOut pic.twitter.com/8b7LAWhGks
Seems to be a little discrepancy in salaries...Howard drives a Range Rover, Badji a golf cart. #rapids96 #FreeAigner pic.twitter.com/klxXM2wWjS— Galen Quinn (@GalenQuinn) May 28, 2018
This is my new friend Thomas. He is 17 and a fighter. He was originally diagnosed with a tic disorder as an infant, and was officially diagnosed with Tourette’s syndrome when he was 7. Thomas is an inspiration to me, and I am lucky to have a fan like him. #HowardsHeroes pic.twitter.com/C3VAuOsLdq— Tim Howard (@TimHowardGK) May 14, 2018