SEAvMIN 101 PREVIEW: All you need to know when the Sounders host Minnesota United on Saturday night, pres. by Ticketmaster


The Seattle Sounders are hosting Minnesota United on Saturday in their first of two regular-season meetings. Here is everything you need to know:

WHEN AND WHERE: Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. PT at Lumen Field (TICKETS).

WHERE TO WATCH: The match will be available to stream on MLS Season Pass on Apple TV.

WHERE TO LISTEN: The match will air in English on 950 KJR AM and in Spanish on El Rey 1360AM.

2024 RECORDS AND STANDINGS: Sounders: 4-7-6 (18 points, 10th West), Loons: 8-3-5 (29 points, 3rdWest)

FORM GUIDE (all competitions, most recent first): Seattle: LDWWD, Minnesota: DWLDW

PREVIOUS MEETING: The Sounders and Loons played to a 1-1 draw at Allianz Field in St. Paul, Minn., on Aug. 27, 2023. Yeimar opened the scoring for Seattle in the 17th minute before recording an own goal in the 56th minute to level the match.

50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION PRESENTED BY TOYOTA: The Sounders are celebrating their 50thanniversary as a club on Saturday with a wide array of activations, entertainment, giveaways, concessions, retail gear and more. Learn more about the event **HERE**.

INTERNATIONAL DUTY: The Sounders will be without defenders Stuart Hawkins and potentially Nouhou for the second straight match, as they are away with their respective national teams. Hawkins is with the United States U-19s for a pair of friendlies in South America, while Nouhou, who scored his first career international goal against Cape Verde over the weekend, is participating in FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.

SOUNDERS SUPREMACY: Seattle has had Minnesota’s number since the Loons entered MLS in 2017. The Sounders have lost just once in 14 regular-season matches (11-1-2) and are perfect at Lumen Field (7-0-0).

Sammy the Sounder Throwback Bobblehead

Sammy the Sounder Throwback Bobblehead

Come celebrate our 50th Anniversary as we host Minnesota United on June 15 at Lumen Field! Arrive early to secure this exclusive item, available in limited supply.

NEW HEAD COACH: Minnesota named Eric Ramsay as the second head coach in the club’s MLS history in February. The Englishman was previously an assistant under Erik ten Hag at Manchester United.

BREAKOUT STAR: Loons forward Tani Oluwaseyi is having a dream start to 2024. The 24-year-old leads his team with seven goals and played his way into his first Canada cap this past weekend against France in an international friendly. Oluwaseyi joined Minnesota in 2022 but spent much of the last two years on loan with Minnesota United 2 and San Antonio FC of the USL Championship.

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