Rocking the Rockies since 2009, Colorado Rapids betting lines were posted during the inaugural Major League Soccer season. In a pro sports stable that includes the NFL Los Angeles Rams, NHL Colorado Avalanche and NBA Denver Nuggets, Kroenke Sports Enterprises own and operate the Rapids. Owning a major share of Arsenal Football Club, the Rapids ownership group is guided by Stan Kroenke who has a near eight billion dollar personal net-worth.
Colorado Rapids Betting Lines Today
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Colorado Rapids Schedule And Games Result
Dates for Colorado home games at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, or the Rapids road schedule, plus the result of previous games, are available here as we track every MLS contest.
Colorado Rapids Standings Conference
Soccer wagering fans can track the Colorado Rapids progress within the Western Conference, plus their overall Major League Soccer placement, with our continuously updated standings table.
Colorado Rapids MLS Cup Championship Matches
Fumbling through their inaugural season, with a bleak 11-21-0 record in 1996, wasn’t a harboring of things to come in Mile High Country. That’s because Colorado would join Washington and Los Angeles as just the third team to participate in a MLS Cup Championship match. Battling at RFK Stadium, on October 26, 1997, the hometown D.C. United edged the Rapids by a 2-1 final count.
Mixed results would follow the run to the 1997 MLS Finals – including a stretch of three seasons (2007-2009) without a playoff berth. Colorado finally broke through and claimed their first MLS Cup in 2010. Posting a 12-8-10 regular season record, the Rapids took out Columbus in the semifinals, and San Jose in the conference finals, prior to posting a 2-1 win over FC Dallas in the MLS Cup Final. Stick with Canadian Sportsbook for Colorado Rapids MLS wagering action.