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EAFC 24 accidentally leaks next season’s MLS kits in massive blunder

Video game EAFC 24 — formerly known as the FIFA video games — created a PR nightmare on Saturday when the game accidentally leaked a number of 2024 MLS kits. The MLS kits leaked include 18 teams.

In the popular game mode Ultimate Team players create their own teams using existing players, club badges and kits.

The Ultimate Team mode accidentally released a number of 2024 MLS kits that hadn’t officially been revealed yet.

Here are the teams that had their kits leaked.

Teams with MLS kits leaked

A mix of everything — Here are the top 10 most valuable players in MLS

Major League Soccer has become synonym to having some of the biggest soccer stars in the world and the list of their most valuable players shows just how much the league has grown in value over the past decades.

Fans joke that the Leagues Cup is rigged for Messi and Inter Miami after questionable calls

Inter Miami and Lionel Messi advanced to the Leagues Cup Round of 16 on Tuesday after defeating Orlando City 3-1 at DRV PNK Stadium. Messi scored twice in the victory, but that’s not the big discussion this time.

Some fans are questioning calls from the referee and joking that the tournament is rigged for Messi and Miami.

The two major incidents that raised eyebrows were a soft penalty call in Miami’s favor in the second half and the lack of a foul called against Messi.

Meet your Liga MX Leagues Cup opponent: Should you be scared?

Well, well, well.

The first edition of the Leagues Cup, the summer madness that will see MLS and Liga MX locking antlers for a month, starts this week, with Lionel Messi possibly making his debut for Inter Miami in their game against Cruz Azul on Friday, July 21.

Not too shabby. 

However, the Leagues Cup is way more than Lionel Messi, and here we have created a quick guide for MLS fans in which they can know a little bit more about their Liga MX opponents and if they should be worried or not, thanks to our revolutionary fear-o-meter.

Lucho for MVP and St. Louis City's stunning freekick: 5 takeaways from MLS Matchday 26

League play has come to a halt but watching Matchday 26, you’d never be able to tell. With the All-Star Game around the corner and the highly advertised Leagues Cup set to kick off in less than a week, teams were still in high gear across the league. 

Magic in Orlando and St. Louis City’s slump: 5 takeaways from MLS Matchday 20

Tucked between the Nations League final and Gold Cup kicking off, MLS Matchday 20 found a way to keep fans excited. The early games brought the heat while the late-night slate kept the stove warm on a day packed with goals despite stars across the league missing out. 

Seattle's struggles and Hell Is Real: 5 takeaways from MLS Matchday 14

Rivalry Week in MLS is a special time. Chaos wrapped in pandemonium served with a side of unpredictability. The best sides find a way to rise above the volatility, to keep their heads when all about them are losing theirs. Rivalry week separates the wheat from the chaff, and MLS Matchday 14 embodied that. 

Is Philadelphia trash and what needs to change at Sporting KC? 5 takeaways from MLS Matchweek 5

A grain of salt. Perhaps the perfect idiom for MLS Matchweek 5. As teams traversed the FIFA-recognized international break, it became abundantly clear that some squads were better at handling life without their superstars than others. This imbalance made for some surprising results, but overall, a thoroughly entertaining week of games. 

3 teams still haven’t scored and are Miami frauds? 5 things we learned from MLS Matchweek 3

As the weeks go on and the league table begins to take shape, favorites begin to emerge and we can start to see trends more clearly. MLS has belonged to Philadelphia and LAFC for the past year, but is that the case anymore? Sure, Denis Bouanga can’t stop scoring, but other teams are finally having their say. After MLS Matchweek 3, here are five things we learned.

Dog on the field and horrendous own goal highlight Concacaf Champions League drama

The love we have for Concacaf is hard to explain. The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football is unlike any other region in the world. It’s so unique in fact that the name Concacaf can be construed into being a verb, adjective, noun… you get the point.

On Tuesday night the 2023 Concacaf Champions League got underway and didn’t disappoint with some wild results and shenanigans. 

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