2016 MLS Regular Season Final Standings

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MLS finished its 23rd season in 2016, with FC Dallas finishing with the best record in the entire league with a 17-9-8 (60 points) record and the New York Red Bulls topping the Eastern Conference with their 16-9-9 record (57 points). Below are the 2016 MLS regular season final standings. Bold indicates playoff teams.

Eastern Conference Points Record
New York Red Bulls 57 16-9-9
New York City FC 54 15-9-10
Toronto FC 53 14-11-9
D.C. United 46 11-13-10
Montreal Impact 45 11-12-11
Philadelphia Union 42 11-9-14
New England Revolution 42 11-9-14
Orlando City SC 41 9-14-11
Columbus Crew SC 36 8-12-14
Chicago Fire 31 7-10-17

 

Western Conference Points Record
FC Dallas 60 17-9-8
Colorado Rapids 58 15-13-6
Los Angeles Galaxy 52 12-6-6
Seattle Sounders FC 48 14-6-14
Sporting Kansas City 47 13-8-13
Real Salt Lake 46 12-10-12
Portland Timbers 44 12-8-14
Vancouver Whitecaps FC 39 10-9-15
San Jose Earthquakes 38 8-14-12
Houston Dynamo 34 7-13-14

There will not be Portland Timbers tickets printed out this playoff season, as the defending champions fail to make the playoffs. FC Dallas comes in as the MLS cup favorite, with the Red Bulls right behind them.  In the West, we will see the Los Angeles against Salt Lake and Seattle against Kansas City in the knockout round, while in the East, Toronto will on Philadelphia and D.C. and Montreal will battle it out in their respective knock out games. Dallas, Colorado, and the two New York teams will enjoy their deserving bye rounds.