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Sounders FC kicked off 2015 with a 5-0 victory over UCLA in its first preseason friendly. Forwards Obafemi Martins, Lamar Neagle, Chad Barrett and Kenny Cooper scored for the squad, plus a 90th minute goal by Micheal Azira. The match also marked the club debuts of Tyrone Mears, Troy Perkins and Darwin Jones.
Sounders FC wrapped up its first preseason trip with a 2-1 loss against the LA Galaxy in a preseason friendly in Carson, California. Marco Pappa scored the lone goal for the Sounders in the 27th minute on a cross.
- Attendance: 1,826
Seattle Sounders FC opened the 2015 Desert Diamond Cup with a 6-0 victory over host team FC Tucson. Clint Dempsey, Lamar Neagle and Kevin Parsemain each scored two goals in the match. Parsemain came into the match in the 69th minute, marking his return to action following an ACL tear last season.
In a friendly that was separate from the Desert Diamond Cup, Sounders FC tied 1-1 with Minnesota United FC of the NASL. Kenny Cooper scored Seattle's lone goal, while U.S. National Team midfielder Miguel Ibarra had the equalizer for Minnesota.
- Attendance: 3,661
Seattle Sounders FC fell 3-2 to Sporting Kansas City in its second match of the 2015 Desert Diamond Cup. The team came back in the second half with two goals, scored by Kenny Cooper and Victor Mansaray. The team moves into the final week of the tournament with a record of 1-1-0.
Sounders FC fell 2-1 to the New England Revolution Thursday night in its third match of the 2015 Desert Diamond Cup at Kino Sports Complex. Seattle struck early with a fourth minute goal by Kenny Cooper, but surrendered two second-half goals, including a stoppage-time penalty by the Revs’ Charlie Davies.
Seattle Sounders FC closed its 2015 Desert Diamond Cup play with a 1-1 draw with Sporting Kansas City. The Rave Green equalized in the second half on a goal by Obafemi Martins in the 60th minute. The team returned to Seattle following the match ahead of the 2015 MLS regular season opener against the New England Revolution.
- Attendance: 39,782
Sounders FC commenced the 2015 regular season with a resounding 3-0 win over defending Eastern Conference champion New England Revolution. Clint Dempsey scored two goals and Obafemi Martins also found the back of the net, while Tyrone Mears recorded an assist in his club debut.
- Attendance: 39,175
Sounders FC fell 3-2 against the San Jose Earthquakes at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. The Sounders opened the scoring just 18 seconds into the match, with Clint Dempsey netting the fastest goal in Sounders FC history. Obafemi Martins earned the team's second goal late in the second half.
- Attendance: 39,115
In international friendly action, Seattle Sounders FC tied 2-2 with Club Tijuana of Mexico's Liga MX. The Sounders' goals came from Lamar Neagle and Andy Rose. The match featured the First-Team debut of six Sounders, including an outstanding performance by Aaron Kovar, who assisted on both goals.
- Attendance: 18,333
In the team's first away match of 2015, Seattle Sounders FC battled to a 0-0 draw with FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. The Sounders broke Dallas' three-game winning streak with the result.
- Attendance: 39,860
Sounders FC picked up its second win of the season with a 1-0 victory over the Houston Dynamo on a 39th-minute goal by Obafemi Martins. The Rave Green recorded their third clean sheet in the first four matches of the year.
- Attendance: 27,000
Seattle Sounders FC fell 1-0 on the road against the LA Galaxy in the the first match between the teams in 2015. The Rave Green set season highs for shots (14) and shots on target (10) in the match.
- Attendance: 13,134
Seattle Sounders FC picked up its first win on the road in a 3-1 victory over the Colorado Rapids at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. The Rave Green earned three points following goals by Lamar Neagle (2) and Obafemi Martins.
- Attendance: 41,451
Sounders FC notched its second consecutive victory by virtue of a 1-0 win over rival Portland Timbers. Stefan Frei recorded his fourth shutout of the season, while Clint Dempsey scored his sixth career goal against Portland, which is the most of any player in team history.
- Attendance: 25,384
Sounders FC earned a 3-1 win on the road over New York City FC, the club's third straight victory. Star forwards Obafemi Martins and Clint Dempsey once again provided the goals, as Martins opened the scoring 23 minutes into the match before assisting Dempsey and adding another tally of his own in the second half.
- Attendance: 16,714
Despite two goals by Sounders FC forward Clint Dempsey, the Rave Green fell 3-2 to Columbus Crew SC at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, Ohio.
- Attendance: 21,000
Sounders FC got back in the win column with a 2-0 victory at Vancouver Whitecaps FC. Chad Barrett scored twice in the first half for the Rave Green, who are in first place of the Cascadia Cup standings with six points from their first two Cascadia matches. It was the 100th MLS regular-season win for Seattle.
- Attendance: 40,653
Sounders FC finished with its second scoreless tie of the season, drawing Sporting Kansas City to start its homestand of three matches in nine days. The Rave Green kept 65 percent of possession as goalkeeper Stefan Frei recorded his league-high sixth shutout of the year.
- Attendance: 39,757
Sounders FC defeated the Colorado Rapids for the second time in as many games thanks to Marco Pappa's 15th-minute strike. The Rave Green owned 70 percent of possession in the 1-0 result, as goalkeeper Stefan Frei recorded his league-high seventh shutout of the season.
- Attendance: 40,194
Sounders FC earned its second straight victory and its sixth in the last eight games, closing out a three-match homestand with a 2-1 victory over the New York Red Bulls. Marco Pappa netted Seattle's opening goal for the second straight match, and Chad Barrett provided the game-winner in second-half stoppage time.
- Attendance: 21,505
Seattle Sounders FC fell 1-0 on the road to Sporting Kansas City. The match's only goal came late in the second half following a penalty awarded to SKC.
- Attendance: 41,108
Seattle Sounders FC shut out FC Dallas with a big 3-0 win at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. After a scoreless first half, the Rave Green found momentum in the second half with goals coming from Lamar Neagle, Obafemi Martins and defender Leonardo Gonzalez. The victory put the Sounders back atop the Supporters' Shield standings.
Seattle Sounders FC fell 3-1 in extra time to the Portland Timbers at Starfire Stadium in Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup play. Obafemi Martins earned the Rave Green's only goal before leaving the match with an injury.
- Attendance: 39,971
Despite a late scoring opportunity, Seattle Sounders FC fell 2-0 at home to the San Jose Earthquakes. The loss is only the second at home for the Rave Green, with the previous coming back in March against the Quakes.
- Attendance: 18,072
Despite goalkeeper Stefan Frei saving a penalty kick in the first half, Sounders FC dropped a 1-0 result at the Philadelphia Union. Seattle was without half a dozen of its regular starters for the match.
- Attendance: 21,144
Seattle Sounders FC fell 4-1 on the road to the Portland Timbers. The Rave Green's lone goal was scored by Lamar Neagle in the 38th minute. The match wraps up a two game road tilt for the Sounders, who remain in second place with 29 points in the Western Conference.
- Attendance: 40,410
Sounders FC snapped its three-game losing streak with a 1-0 victory over league-leading D.C. United. Tyrone Mears scored his first MLS goal, securing the win for Seattle by smashing in a long-distance shot in the 88th minute.
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