Golden Team Soccer

Today marks the beginning of the MLS season.

Here are some of the big ones we’ve got in the works.

We’ll have a new edition of the Soccer Insider podcast soon, which will provide an overview of the league’s most important matches this season.

But what about the games that matter?

This list includes some of our favorite matches of the season, as well as some that aren’t quite as big or as exciting as the ones we’re about to cover.

This season, it’s the first time the league will have two regular season games.

So it’s hard to predict how this year’s schedule will unfold.

We’ll do our best to break down the big matchups, but in the meantime, we can help you sort through the others.

So what are the big games of the week? 

There’s only one game this week that will be a big one for the league.

The New England Revolution visit the New York Red Bulls on Saturday.

That will be the first of four meetings this season between these two sides, and both teams are looking to continue their recent surge in form.

The Revolution have won three of their last four games and sit in third place in the Eastern Conference.

The Red Bulls have won four of their past five games and have climbed back into the playoff picture after their loss to the Philadelphia Union on Saturday night.

The Red Bulls are looking for a third consecutive win and a first in their last six meetings with the Revolution.

The New York Cosmos will be back in action on Wednesday against the New Jersey Red Bulls.

The Cosmos won three straight, including a 3-0 victory against the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday, to stay within striking distance of first place in their Eastern Conference playoff race.

The Columbus Crew will look to bounce back after a 2-1 loss to Toronto FC on Saturday to take the lead in the playoff race with a win at the Montreal Impact on Wednesday.

The San Jose Earthquakes and Orlando City SC will be looking to bounce-back after a 1-0 loss to Orlando City on Saturday and a 3:0 loss at Sporting Kansas City on Sunday.

The Colorado Rapids will be playing host to FC Dallas on Wednesday and the San Jose Fire will be facing Minnesota United FC in a rematch of the US Open Cup quarterfinals.

The LA Galaxy will be hosting the Seattle Sounders on Sunday and the Colorado Rapids face the Colorado Springs Switchbacks in a home and away match on Thursday.

The Vancouver Whitecaps will face the Vancouver Whitecap FC on Friday. 

We’ll also have a look at some of these other big games.

Here’s the schedule for the week of November 1:Houston Dynamo vs. FC Dallas, 7:30 p.m. on Fox Soccer 1Houston Dynamo defender Alex Bono (left) talks with FC Dallas defender Matt Hedges (right) during a training session at the Houston Dynamo training facility in Frisco, Texas.FC Dallas defender David Horst (24) looks on during a break in training at the training facility at the Dynamo training center in Friscos, Texas, on Saturday Nov. 1, 2017.

(Paul Hall/The Dallas Morning News via AP)FC Dallas defense coach Matt Hedgens talks to FC Edmonton goalkeeper Ryan Hall (23) during practice at the FC Edmonton training facility on Saturday November 1, 2018 in Frisisco, Tex.

(Photo by Paul Hall/Getty Images)Houston Dynamo forward David Horsten (21) looks to get back on the field during a match against the Houston Impact at Toyota Stadium on Sunday, Nov. 2, 2018.

(John Raoux/The Associated Press)FC Edmonton midfielder Cameron Iwasa (6) shoots during a practice at Toyota Soccer Stadium in Frislos, Tex., on Saturday December 2, 2017.(John Raxton/The Austin American-Statesman via AP Images)FC Houston goalkeeper Jordan Harvey (10) celebrates a goal during practice during a soccer match between FC Edmonton and FC Edmonton at Toyota Sports Center on Sunday December 2.

(Bobby Soto/The American-FIFA Confederations Cup via AP photo)FC Montreal defender Ryan Richter (18) talks to forward Jozy Altidore during a pre-match press conference before FC Montreal vs. Ottawa Fury FC at the Air Canada Centre in Montreal, Canada, on Sunday November 2, 2020.

(Jae C. Hong/Associated Press)Houston FC forward João Pedro (8) reacts after scoring a goal against the FC Montreal Impact during a preseason friendly match at the Toyota Stadium in Houston, Texas on Friday, November 2.

Houston FC will face FC Edmonton on Sunday at 7 p.n. in an exhibition match.

(Brian Babineau/The Texas Tribune via AP News)FC Orlando midfielder Michael Nanchoff (14) makes a tackle during a game against the Colorado Colorado Rapids during a USL Pro preseason game at the Rio Tinto Stadium in Orlando, Florida, on Tuesday, November 6, 2020.(Lukas Coch/Getty)