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2003 Major League Soccer season
Season 2003
MLS Cup San Jose Earthquakes
Supporters' Shield Chicago Fire
2002
2004

This is a summary of the 2003 Major League Soccer season in the United States.

Contents

Final standings

Position Eastern Conference Pts GP W L T GF GA Difference Average attendance
1 Chicago Fire 53 30 15 7 8 53 43 +10 14,233
2 New England Revolution 45 30 12 9 9 55 47 +8 14,641
3 MetroStars 42 30 11 10 9 40 40 0 15,822
4 D.C. United 39 30 10 11 9 38 36 +2 15,565
5 Columbus Crew 38 30 10 12 8 44 44 0 16,250
Position Western Conference Pts GP W L T GF GA Difference Average attendance
1 San Jose Earthquakes 51 30 14 7 9 45 35 +10 10,466
2 Kansas City Wizards 42 30 11 10 9 48 44 +4 15,573
3 Colorado Rapids 40 30 11 12 7 40 45 -5 16,772
4 Los Angeles Galaxy 36 30 9 12 9 35 35 0 21,983
5 Dallas Burn 23 30 6 19 5 35 64 -29 7,906

MLS Cup Playoffs

Conference Semifinals

November 1, 2003
Chicago Fire 2–0 D.C. United RFK Stadium: 15,202
Williams 4'
Razov 94'
 
November 9, 2003
D.C. United 0–2 Chicago Fire Soldier Field: 15,312
  Ralph 17'
Razov 55'

Chicago advance 4-0 on aggregate.


November 1, 2003
New England Revolution 2–0 MetroStars Giants Stadium: 10,211
Fabbro 17'
Noonan 65'
 
November 9, 2003
MetroStars 1–1 New England Revolution Gillette Stadium: 14,823
Guevara pen 45'+ Noonan 21'

New England advance 3-1 on aggregate.


November 1, 2003
San Jose Earthquakes 0–2 Los Angeles Galaxy Home Depot Center: 20,201
Victorine 59'
Ruiz 62'
November 9, 2003
Los Angeles Galaxy 2–5 (OT) San Jose Earthquakes Spartan Stadium: 14,145
Ruiz 7'
Vagenas 13'
Agoos 21'
Donovan 35'
Walker 50'
Roner 90'
Faria 96'

San Jose advance 5-4 on aggregate after sudden death extra time.


November 4, 2003
Kansas City Wizards 1–1 Colorado Rapids INVESCO Field: 6,434
Harris 3' Borchers 53'
November 8, 2003
Colorado Rapids 0–2 Kansas City Wizards Arrowhead Stadium: 10,712
Simutenkov 45'+
Klein 63'

Kansas City advance 3-1 on aggregate.


Conference Finals

November 14, 2003
New England Revolution 0–1 (OT) Chicago Fire Soldier Field: 14,610
Armas 101'

Chicago advance 1-0 in sudden death extra time.

November 15, 2003
Kansas City Wizards 2–3 (2OT) San Jose Earthquakes Spartan Stadium: 16,108
Simutenkov 57'
Klein 72'
Lagos 61'
Mullan 83'
Donovan 117'

San Jose advance 3-2 in sudden death extra time.


MLS Cup 2003

November 23, 2003
Chicago Fire 2–4 San Jose Earthquakes Home Depot Center: 27,000
Beasley 49'
Roner og 54'
Ekelund 5'
Donovan 38'
Mulrooney 50'
Donovan 71'

Conference champions Chicago and San Jose earn MLS berths to CONCACAF Champions' Cup 2004.

Team Awards

Individual awards

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