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Obafemi Martins scored twice in the first half as Seattle Sounders FC beat the San Jose Earthquakes, 2-1, in the first match of the 2014 preseason at Kino Sports Complex on Wednesday morning.
Marcus Hahnemann kept a shutout as Seattle Sounders FC remained unbeaten in preseason play with a scoreless draw against the Portland Timbers on Saturday night at Kino Sports Complex.
Brad Evans scored the game-winner in the 89th minute as Seattle Sounders FC beat the Charleston Battery (USL Pro), 2-1, on Saturday night in the team's opening match of the Carolina Challenge Cup at Blackbaud Stadium.
Obafemi Martins scored his team-high third goal of the 2014 preseason as Seattle Sounders FC tied the Houston Dynamo, 1-1, in the second game of the Carolina Challenge Cup on Wednesday afternoon at Blackbaud Stadium.
Seattle Sounders FC finished the 2014 preseason unbeaten (6-0-3) with a 2-2 draw against D.C. United in the final game of the Carolina Challenge Cup on Saturday afternoon at Blackbaud Stadium.
- Attendance: 39,240
Chad Barrett scored the game winner in second-half stoppage time as Seattle Sounders FC beat defending MLS Cup champion Sporting Kansas City, 1-0, in the MLS regular season opener Saturday afternoon on the Xbox Pitch at CenturyLink Field. Seattle's attendance of 39,240 marked the largest opening day crowd in club history.
- Attendance: 38,441
Clint Dempsey scored in the second half and Jermain Defoe netted a first-half brace as Seattle Sounders FC (1-1-0, 3 points) fell, 2-1, to Toronto FC (1-0-0, 3 points) on Saturday afternoon on the Xbox Pitch at CenturyLink Field.
- Attendance: 27,207
Seattle snagged its first road win of the 2014 season against Montreal at Olympic Stadium as Lamar Neagle and Obafemi Martins both scored to give the Sounders FC impressive 2-0 victory.
- Attendance: 38,469
A stunning late strike from Crew forward Justin Meram was the difference in the Sounders' second loss of the 2014 season, a 2-1 result against Columbus.
- Attendance: 20,814
In a thrilling 4-4 match at Providence Park in Portland, Sounders forward Clint Dempsey stole the show with a stunning hat trick, including two late goals to bring the Sounders back from a two-goal deficit against the club's biggest rivals the Timbers.
- Attendance: 17,070
It was Clint Dempsey up to his old tricks in his old stomping ground as the Designated Player netted a pair of goals in the Sounders 3-2 come-from-behind victory over the Western Conference leading FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium.
- Attendance: 7,499
Clint Dempsey grabbed a pair of assists, with one to Obafemi Martins who scored in the 81st minute to propel Seattle Sounders FC to a 2-1 comeback victory against Chivas USA on Saturday night at StubHub Center.
- Attendance: 38,582
Clint Dempsey notched two goals in the Sounders 4-1 beating of the Colorado Rapids at CenturyLink Field with Lamar Neagle and Obafemi Martins scoring the other two goals which gave the club its third straight victory.
- Attendance: 38,516
The Sounders left it late once more as they got a late match-winning goal from the head of defender Chad Marshall who took the score to 2-1 in the 84th minute at CenturyLink Field. It would end that way and give Seattle its fourth straight victory.
- Attendance: 38,489
The Sounders left it late once more as trailing going into the second half, the club needed two goals to best FC Dallas 2-1 at CenturyLink Field. Former Dallas forward Kenny Cooper scored the late winner with minutes left on the clock to give Seattle its fifth consecutive victory.
- Attendance: 11,293
It was a forgettable afternoon for the Sounders as they fell 5-0 on the road to the New England Revolution in a match that the club will look to quickly bounce back from.
- Attendance: 49,746
Obafemi Martins' unreal chip of San Jose goalkeeper Jon Busch was the only goal in the Sounders 1-0 victory over the Earthquakes at CenturyLink Field. The Nigerian's expert placement went on to win the MLS Goal of the Week.
- Attendance: 21,000
As they've done often this year, the Sounders left things late but were able to take a point in Vancouver in a thrilling 2-2 draw in which Gonzalo Pineda netted a late penalty to equalize for the Sounders. It's their second Cascadia Cup road draw of the season.
- Attendance: 39,245
It was an emphatic victory for the Sounders as they put a quartet of goals by the previously undefeated Real Salt Lake in a 4-0 victory at CenturyLink Field. Scoring for Seattle was Gonzalo Pineda, Marco Pappa, Chad Barrett and Obafemi Martins.
- Attendance: 16,416
Goals and red cards aplenty in this one as the Sounders were able to hold on to defeat the Chicago Fire 3-2 at Toyota Park. Obafemi Martins scored a pair of goals but was also ejected before halftime to match Jhon Kennedy Hurtado's sending off for Chicago.
- Attendance: 3,719
Seattle got off to a great start in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup with a 5-0 victory over PSA Elite in the fourth round. Up next will be a visit from the San Jose Earthquakes.
- Attendance: 4,023
It went all the way to penalty kicks after the teams exchanged first-half goals, but the Sounders were able to outdo the San Jose Earthquakes from the spot by a score of 4-1 to advance to the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open Cup, where they will face the Portland Timbers.
- Attendance: 16,922
In a very tightly-contested affair, the Sounders rode a first half goal from Chad Barrett to a 1-0 victory over D.C. United and further extended their lead atop the Major League Soccer standings.
- Attendance: 22,500
Seattle's five-match unbeaten run came to an end in Vancouver as the Whitecaps FC rode a first half goal from Sebastian Fernandez in a 1-0 defeat.
For a second consecutive U.S. Open Cup match, the Sounders were taken to extra time and again Seattle were able to advance as it knocked two by the Portland Timbers in the added 30 minutes to win 3-1 at Starfire Sports. The club now reaches the semifinals for the seventh time in eight years and will face the Chicago Fire on August 13th.
- Attendance: 64,207
The Sounders earned their second win over the Portland Timbers in under a week as Clint Dempsey and Marco Pappa tallied to give the home side the 2-0 victory over its rivals to the south.
- Attendance: 55,349
In the Sounders only international friendly of the season, London's Tottenham Hotspur was in town and the teams played to a very entertaining 3-3 draw where the 55,000 in attendance saw three penalties.
- Attendance: 39,304
In their first home defeat since March, the Sounders gave up three first-half goals in a 3-0 loss at the hands of LA Galaxy, a side that was surely motivated after losing 7-0 to Manchester United in a friendly.
- Attendance: 48,765
Despite having more possession and shots on target than San Jose, the Sounders fell 1-0 on a 42nd-minute goal by Yannick Djalo in the first-ever sporting event at Levi's Stadium.
- Attendance: 50,276
The Sounders ended their two-game losing streak with a 2-0 victory over the Houston Dynamo in which midfielders Marco Pappa and Gonzalo Pineda netted second-half goals.
- Attendance: 4,361
Andy Rose and Kenny Cooper each scored a pair of goals in a 6-0 win for the Sounders over the Chicago Fire at Starfire Sports. With the victory, Seattle advances to the U.S. Open Cup final for the fifth time in six years and will face the Philadephia Union on September 16th.
- Attendance: 20,483
With Obafemi Martins and Marco Pappa sidelined – Martins due to red-card suspension and Pappa an injury – the Sounders fell 2-1 against Real Salt Lake in their third match in six days. Chad Barrett scored in the 72nd minute for Seattle, which hosts San Jose on Wednesday.
- Attendance: 38,909
Chad Barrett scored in his third straight match for the Sounders, who tied 1-1 with the San Jose Earthquakes for just their third draw of the regular season. Barrett scored less than a minute after halftime before Chris Wondolowski equalized in the 65th minute.
- Attendance: 20,814
The Sounders concluded their stretch of five matches in 15 days with a 4-2 win at Portland on Sunday, when Obafemi Martins recorded a pair of goals and assists as Seattle moved back into first place in the Supporters' Shield standings.
- Attendance: 38,934
A fabulous volley from Clint Dempsey gave the Sounders the 1-0 advantage against the Colorado Rapids and it would be all the home side needed to extend its lead atop the Major League Soccer standings with a trip to Chivas USA on deck.
- Attendance: 4,021
The Sounders became the first team to reach 50 points with a 4-2 win over Chivas USA on Wednesday, when Obafemi Martins and Andy Rose each scored a first-half brace to give Seattle a 4-0 lead going into halftime.
- Attendance: 38,976
In one of the biggest wins of the season, the Sounders battled back from a 1-0 deficit to best Western Conference rivals Real Salt Lake 3-2 with goals coming from Lamar Neagle, Obafemi Martins and an Andy Rose winner in extra time.
The Sounders capped off their memorable run in the 2014 U.S. Open Cup with a 3-1 win at Philadelphia, capturing their fourth Open Cup title in six years. Chad Barrett tied the game in the 47th minute before Clint Dempsey and Obafemi Martins scored in extra time to seal the come-from-behind victory. With the win, Seattle tied Chicago for the most Open Cup titles among MLS teams.
- Attendance: 25,000
Clint Dempsey scored his third goal in five games, but the Sounders had their four-match winning streak snapped with a 4-1 loss at the New York Red Bulls. Bradley Wright-Phillips recorded a hat trick against Seattle, which concludes its road trip Wednesday at FC Dallas.
- Attendance: 14,601
The Sounders concluded their stretch of three road games in nine days with a 3-1 loss at FC Dallas, which got a brace from David Texiera and an 88th-minute goal by Blas Perez. Lamar Neagle scored his second goal from outside the 18-yard box in just three games for the Sounders, who host Chivas USA this weekend.
- Attendance: 38,713
Obafemi Martins scored a brace to break the franchise single-season scoring record as the Sounders came from behind to win 4-2 over Chivas USA. Clint Dempsey and Lamar Neagle also scored to help the Sounders retain their lead in the Supporters' Shield race.
- Attendance: 17,609
By scoring four goals for the seventh time this season, the Sounders completed their season sweep of the Colorado Rapids with a 4-1 victory on the road. Obafemi Martins scored a brace for the second consecutive match, while Clint Dempsey and Marco Pappa also scored to help Seattle earn its club-record 19th win.
- Attendance: 55,765
The Sounders lost at CenturyLink Field for the first time since July, dropping a 1-0 result to Vancouver Whitecaps FC on a 45th-minute goal by Kekuta Manneh. Seattle will now play a home-and-home series with the LA Galaxy that will decide this year's Supporters' Shield.
- Attendance: 27,244
In Landon Donovan's final home regular-season match for the LA Galaxy, the Sounders scored a pair of second-half goals to come from behind and earn a 2-2 draw. Clint Dempsey notched his 15th goal of the year in the 69th minute and Lamar Neagle scored three minutes later, both assisted by Obafemi Martins. The draw leaves Seattle and LA tied on points heading into the final regular-season match.
- Attendance: 57,673
Thanks to a late brace from Marco Pappa and the ninth shutout by goalkeeper Stefan Frei, the Sounders won 2-0 over the LA Galaxy to clinch their first Supporters' Shield. Seattle finished the season with 64 points to the Galaxy's 61, so Sounders FC will be the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference for the MLS Cup Playoffs.
- Attendance: 16,112
In the first leg of the Western Conference Semifinals, Sounders FC came from behind to earn a 1-1 draw at FC Dallas on a 54th-minute header by Osvaldo Alonso. Seattle now has the upper hand heading into the second leg at CenturyLink Field, as the Sounders can advance with a victory or a scoreless draw.
- Attendance: 38,912
The Sounders clinched their second trip to the Western Conference Finals in three years by virtue of a 0-0 draw with FC Dallas. Stefan Frei recorded the first shutout of his playoff career as Seattle got the result it needed in front of a sellout crowd at CenturyLink Field.
- Attendance: 27,000
In the first leg of the Western Conference Championship, the visiting Sounders FC fell 1-0 to the LA Galaxy on a goal by Marcelo Sarvas in the 52nd minute. Seattle was without midfielders Osvaldo Alonso and Lamar Neagle. The second leg at CenturyLink Field will provide a chance for the club to reach its first MLS Cup Final.
- Attendance: 46,758
The 2014 season came to an end for Sounders FC with the club's 2-1 victory over the LA Galaxy in the second leg of the Western Conference Championship. First-half goals by Brad Evans and Clint Dempsey gave Seattle an edge, but Juninho's goal for LA in the 54th minute was the difference as the Galaxy advanced on away goals.
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