Major League Soccer today announced the schedule and national broadcast details for the remainder of the 2020 regular season. Sounders FC's upcoming slate includes nine additional matches that begin next Saturday, October 3 against Vancouver at CenturyLink Field, and culminates with MLS Decision Day 2020 presented by AT&T on Sunday, November 8 at home against San Jose. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis, upcoming home matches at CenturyLink Field are scheduled to be played without fans.
2020 SOUNDERS FC REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE (OCTOBER-NOVEMBER)
* At Providence Park in Portland, Oregon
MLS Decision Day 2020 presented by AT&T will feature all 26 teams in action and could have major implications on the MLS Golden Boot presented by Audi, Supporters’ Shield and seedings for the Audi 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs. On Decision Day, the 14 Eastern Conference teams will kick off in seven simultaneous games at 12:30 p.m. PT before the 12 Western Conference teams kick off in six simultaneous games at 3:30 p.m. ET.
The regional television home of the Rave Green, JOEtv is ready to resume broadcasting Sounders FC's matches throughout Western Washington, as well as Amazon Prime Video continuing to stream matches throughout the state of Washington. Over on Sports Radio KJR 950 AM, Sounders Weekly with Jackson Felts continues, airing Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. PT. Six of the nine remaining matches are scheduled to be broadcast on Sports Radio 950 AM KJR, with Seattle’s October 18, November 1 and November 8 matches airing over 1090 AM KJR. The club's Spanish-language home El Rey 1360 AM is also carrying each match, with their studio show Somos Sounders FC continuing on Saturday mornings at 10:30 a.m. PT. Both radio broadcasts are carrying 30-minute pre- and post-match shows surrounding each contest.
The three Canadian clubs will continue their seasons in accordance with travel protocols. Home games are slated for the Montreal Impact at Red Bull Arena (Harrison, New Jersey), Toronto FC at Rentschler Field (East Hartford, Connecticut), and Vancouver Whitecaps FC at Providence Park (Portland, Oregon).