MLS Themes & New Tab Is A Cool Extension With 4K Wallpapers,And More Amazing Features.
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After app installation every time you will open a new tab you will see this app MLS 's new tabs new tab.
MLS wallpapers gallery to your chrome and chrome os new tab. After the installation of the extension, you'll have a new MLS every time.
Our goal is to bring excellent new tabs to people all over the world. Bring your screen new tab to life delivered by our team to you. Each new tab is a real masterpiece - install it to find out more!
MLS Frise tabs features:
pick your favorite wallpaper from some available high definition call ghosts wallpapers, or get a new theme on each tab. New images & wallpapers are added seamlessly. All pictures are HD & responsive. Support any screen resolution, including (and not limited to) large screens: full HD 1080p - 1080x1920px and ultra HD 4k - 3840x2160px. You��'ll never be disappointed with an extension designed by users for users. Quick & effortless accessibility to your most visited web sites like Google, Facebook, Tumblr Pinterest, and many more. If you want you can even customize your very own easy access sites.
If you wish to remove this app, it's not a problem. Click on your application icon, look for the app, and remove it.
It does not access your private data. Chrome shows the warning for all extensions that access browser tabs even if they do not access any private data.
MLS HD Wallpaper & 4K Background Chrome New Tab Theme is an extension made by fans for fans and the copyright belongs to the respective owners of the material. It is unofficial and if there should be any problem please alert us and we will resolve it.
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Major League Soccer (MLS) is a men's professional soccer league sanctioned by the United States Soccer Federation which represents the sport's highest level in the United States and Canada. The league comprises Atlanta United FC, Columbus Crew SC, D.C. United, Inter Miami CF, Montreal Impact, New England Revolution,
New York City FC, New York Red Bulls, Orlando City SC, Philadelphia Union, Toronto FC, Colorado Rapids, FC Dalla, LA Galaxy, Los Angeles FC, Minnesota United FC, Portland Timbers, Seattle Sounders FC, Sporting Kansas City, Vancouver Whitecaps FC and other teams —23 in the U.S. and three in Canada—and constitutes one of the major professional sports leagues in both countries. With an average attendance of over 20,000 per game, MLS has the third-highest average attendance of any sports league in the U.S. after the National Football League (NFL) and Major League Baseball (MLB) and is the seventh-highest attended professional soccer league worldwide as of 2013.
Major League Soccer was founded in 1993 as part of the United States' successful bid to host the 1994 FIFA World Cup. The first season took place in 1996 with ten teams. MLS experienced financial and operational struggles in its first few years: the league lost millions of dollars, teams played in mostly empty American football stadiums, and two teams folded in 2002. Since then, MLS has expanded to 26 teams, soccer-specific stadiums have proliferated around the league, average attendance exceeds that of the National Hockey League (NHL) and National Basketball Association (NBA), the Designated Player Rule allows teams to sign star players such as David Beckham, MLS secured national TV contracts, and the league is now profitable.
In 2007 the league expanded beyond the United States' borders into Canada with the Toronto FC expansion team. Major League Soccer took steps to further raise the level of play by adopting the Designated Player Rule, which helped bring international stars into the league. The 2007 season witnessed the MLS debut of David Beckham. Beckham's signing had been seen as a coup for American soccer and was made possible by the Designated Player Rule. Players such as Cuauhtémoc Blanco (Chicago Fire) and Juan Pablo Ángel (New York Red Bulls), are some of the first Designated Players who made major contributions to their clubs. The departures of Clint Dempsey and Jozy Altidore, coupled with the return of former U.S. national team star Claudio Reyna and Brian McBride, highlighted the exchange of top prospects to Europe for experienced veterans to MLS.
By 2008, San Jose had returned to the league under new ownership, and in 2009, the expansion side Seattle Sounders FC began to play in MLS. The Sounders set a new average attendance record for the league, with 30,943 spectators per match, and were the first expansion team to qualify for the playoffs since 1998. The 2010 season ushered in an expansion franchise in the Philadelphia Union and their new PPL Park stadium. The 2010 season also brought the opening of the New York Red Bulls' soccer-specific stadium, Red Bull Arena, and the debut of French striker Thierry Henry.
The 2011 season brought further expansion with the addition of the Vancouver Whitecaps FC, the second Canadian MLS franchise, and the Portland Timbers. Real Salt Lake reached the finals of the 2010–11 CONCACAF Champions League. During the 2011 season, the Galaxy signed another international star in the Republic of Ireland all-time leading goalscorer Robbie Keane. MLS drew an average attendance of 17,872 in 2011, higher than the average attendance of the NBA and NHL. In 2012, the Montreal Impact became the league's 19th franchise and the third in Canada, and made their home debut in front of a crowd of 58,912, while the New York Red Bulls added Australian all-time leading goalscorer, Tim Cahill.
In early 2015, the league announced that two teams—Los Angeles FC and Minnesota United—would join MLS in either 2017 or 2018. The 20th season of MLS saw the arrivals of several players who have starred at the highest levels of European club soccer and in international soccer: Giovanni dos Santos, Kaká, Andrea Pirlo, Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard, Didier Drogba, David Villa, and Sebastian Giovinco. On December 6, 2015, MLS announced its intent to expand to 28 teams. MLS confirmed in August 2016 that Minnesota United would begin to play in 2017 along with Atlanta United FC.
As of 2019, LA Galaxy won the most League championships.