Well! It’s MLS schedule release time, and we’re here with it.
We’ll talk more soon about which games you really should see, but that’ll be a little closer to the season — so be on the look out for that. After all, once Atlanta United signs Lionel Messi, that becomes a must-see. Hah.
But until then, let’s go over the days of the week — that’s a good start. Oh — and streaks of games home or away. Yeah, that.
Home and away
RSL has one three-game home stand: Aug. 14 to Aug.24, when they’ll play Seattle, LAFC and Colorado Rapids.
Likewise, they have one three-game road trip: May 29 to June 22, which includes a bit of an international break inside. They’ll face Montreal, New York Red Bulls, and Chicago Fire.
Wednesday games (and three-game weeks)
All of Real Salt Lake’s midweek games are at home — it’s an interesting trend. I’ll add some extra information below each match for some context.
- July 3 vs. Columbus
June 29 vs. SKC, July 6 @ San Jose
- Aug. 14 vs. Seattle
Aug. 10 @ SKC, Aug. 17 vs. LAFC
- Sept. 11 vs. San Jose
Aug. 31 vs. Portland, Sept. 15 @ Minnesota
- Sept. 25 vs. LA Galaxy
Sept. 21 @ New England, Sept. 29 vs. Houston
We’ll have two Friday games, with our match against Atlanta United coming at home — that should be a fun one.
- April 19 @ Cincinnati
- May 24 vs. Atlanta United
As you might expect, we won’t have many home Sunday games — just the one, and that’s right at the tail end of the season.
- April 28 @ LA Galaxy
- Sept. 15 @ Minnesota
- Sept. 29 vs. Houston
- Oct. 6 @ Vancouver
The full thing
2019 Real Salt Lake season
|2019-03-16||@ D.C. United|
|2019-04-28||@ LA Galaxy|
|2019-06-01||@ New York Red Bulls|
|2019-07-06||@ San Jose|
|2019-08-03||New York City|
|2019-08-10||@ Kansas City|
|2019-09-21||@ New England|