Colorado Rapids


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Anthony Hudson

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1996 (23 years old)


(18,061 Capacity)

Jersey Clearart

Commerce City, Colorado


American Major League Soccer

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The Colorado Rapids are an American professional men's soccer team based in the Denver suburb of Commerce City, Colorado. The Rapids compete in Major League Soccer as a member of the Western Conference. The franchise began play in 1996 as one of the charter clubs in MLS.

Colorado won the MLS Cup in 2010, their second MLS Cup appearance. The first appearance was in 1997, losing to D.C. United. They were also runners up of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup in the 1999 tournament, where they lost to the Rochester Raging Rhinos, which was the last time a non-MLS team has won the Cup. The Rapids play their home games at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City since its opening in the 2007 season.

Team Members

Kellyn Acosta

Bismark Adjei-Boa

Cole Bassett

Johan Blomberg

Benny Feilhaber

Kortne Ford

Shkëlzen Gashi

Tim Howard

Clint Irwin

Niki Jackson

Kei Kamara

Sam Nicholson

Jack Price

Diego Rubio

Dillon Serna

Tommy Smith

Sam Vines

Danny Wilson

Deklan Wynne

= Contract years remaining

Stadium or Home

Dick's Sporting Goods Park, also known as DSG Park, is a soccer-specific stadium located in Commerce City, Colorado that is home to the Colorado Rapids men's professional soccer team. The stadium seats up to 18,061 people for soccer matches, but can accommodate up to 19,734 for special soccer events and 27,000 for concerts. It became the third home venue for the Rapids upon its opening in 2007. Sitting at just over 5,200 feet above sea level, the stadium has the highest elevation of any stadium regularly used by MLS teams.



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