How To Bet On Seattle Sounders

Seattle Sounders were founded on November 13, 2007 and competed in the Western Conference of Major League Soccer for the first time in 2009. The team shares the CenturyLink Field stadium with the Seattle Seahawks. The Sounders finished third in the MLS during their debut season and have never finished below fourth place. In 2014, the Sounders finished first in the Western Conference and won the Supporters’ Shield. Having qualified for the playoffs in each of the previous eight seasons, Sounders have always at least reached the quarter finals.

Last season, in 2022, the Sounders finished 11th in the Western Conferenced and missed out on the playoffs. Ultimately finished in 21st in the overall results. [+]

Nobody likes traveling to the Sounders’ home. The franchise is one of the best supported in the MLS. In 2015, Sounders’ average attendance was a league-best 44,245. They averaged 42,636 in 2016, and 33,607 in 2022.


Seattle Sounders Next Game

Check out who the Seattle Sounders’ play, where it is being played while referencing the game odds below.

Major League Soccer - MLS Cup - Conference Semi-finals
Sunday, Nov 26, 202309:30 PM
Los Angeles FC@Seattle Sounders
Last update on Dec 3, 2023 05:46 AM

Seattle Sounders Regular Season Schedule

Plan your betting activity in minute detail by studying the Seattle Sounders regular game schedule below. Look for periods where they have several winnable games in close succession to see if there is the chance of making a potentially lucrative parlay bet.


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Seattle Sounders Standings

The Sounders didn’t make it to the playoffs in 2022. Is this a trend that will continue? Reference the standing below to find out.



Seattle Sounders Betting Tips

The Seattle Sounders won the MLS Cup in 2019 and 2016 but didn't perform well in 2022, which adds more pressure on the players to perform.

Only three teams have won back-to-back MLS Cup titles, namely D.C. United (1996-1997), Houston Dynamo (2006-2007) and LA Galaxy (2011-2012) so it looks unlikely the Sounders will defend their cup.

At home, Sounders went 9-3-5 while they finish with a 3-2-12 away record. The Sounders’ road form needs to improve if they want a realistic chance of defying the odds and winning a third MLS Cup. One area that let the Sounders down last season was their anemic attack. They only scored 47 goals in regular-season play. They surely need to improve on this aspect if they plan on qualifying for the postseason.