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We've bundled together four of the most high-profile home matches on the 2019 schedule into a four-match pack, starting at just $27 each match.
From Cascadia rivalry matches to a summer clash against the LA Galaxy to a Decision Day showdown, these are four can't-miss contests.
1. Vancouver Whitecaps
Saturday, June 29
7 p.m. PT
The last time these regional foes faced off, Seattle and Vancouver battled to a scoreless draw. Expect more goals this time around in a storied rivalry between the Sounders and Whitecaps that dates back to the 1970s when the two franchises competed in the North American Soccer League.
Cascadia clash against our rival northern neighbors. Enough said. | Jane Gershovich
2. Portland Timbers
Sunday, July 21
6:30 p.m. PT | FS1
The league’s fiercest rivalry meets for a nationally televised summer showdown in the biggest home match of them all. The Sounders won the West in 2016 and ’17, while the Timbers reached MLS Cup in ’15 and ’18. This contest marks the Timbers’ return to Seattle following the epic postseason battle that saw Portland defeat the Sounders last November.
The Sounders-Timber rivalry spans four decades and is the best in MLS. You can’t miss this. | Jane Gershovich
3. LA Galaxy
Sunday, Sept. 1
3:30 p.m. PT | FS1
Since the Sounders joined MLS in 2009, the Rave Green joined the LA Galaxy as Western Conference powers. The only five-time MLS Cup champions, the LA Galaxy boast global stardom with star forward Zlatan Ibrahimović and new coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto, who formerly managed Nicolás Lodeiro at Boca Juniors and played alongside Chad Marshall in Columbus.
History. Flair. Firepower. The Sounders-Galaxy rivalry has it all. | Jane Gershovich
4. Minnesota United
Sunday, Oct. 6
1 p.m. PT
It all comes down to Decision Day, when the Sounders host Minnesota United. The Rave Green will look to hopefully solidify their playoff positioning and set a league record with their 11th consecutive postseason berth. Also of note, there will be a new playoff format implemented in 2019.