The American Soccer league is one of the best-known leagues in the world.
The league is also known for its intense rivalry between the two major professional leagues in North America, the MLS and the NASL.
In the final weekend of the season, teams from the two leagues will meet in a playoff format to determine which team will win the championship.
In the playoffs, the top two teams in each league qualify for the CONCACAF Champions League.
This is the tournament that will decide which team plays in the FIFA World Cup.
The league’s first season featured some of the most competitive soccer in the country.
It featured the most entertaining games in American history.
The two teams that made the playoffs included some of today’s top players, including David Beckham, Robbie Keane, Jozy Altidore and Luis Suarez.
There were also some memorable moments, including a 3-1 win for the Los Angeles Galaxy in a game played in front of an empty stadium in Inglewood, California.
The Galaxy won the game, 2-1, and the fans in Ingleside erupted in cheers.
The first game of the 1982 season pitted the two MLS sides against each other in a double header.
It was the second time in league history that two teams played in the playoffs.
The teams were separated by just two goals.
The game was the first in league playoff history.
The two teams then faced each other again in a three-game series.
The first game was a shootout, with the teams scoring just three goals.
The second game saw the two teams face off in a two-legged playoff, with one leg of the series being played in San Diego, California, the other in Chicago.
Both games were played on Saturday, August 7, 1982.
The Chicago-San Diego doubleheader was played on August 8 and 9, 1982, and featured a scoreless draw.
Both teams scored three goals during the game.
The LA Galaxy defeated the San Diego-Chicago doubleheader 4-3.
The final game of this series was played in Portland, Oregon, on August 12, 1982 to determine who would play in the CONCATAF Champions league.
The games were televised on ESPN, and each game was broadcast live on ESPN2.
The teams played a doubleheader on August 15 and 16, 1982 against each of the other teams in the CCL.
This was the last time the LA Galaxy played in a CCL final.
The Los Angeles-Chicago final was played as a single-leg match.
The score was 2-2 in favor of the Galaxy.
The third and final match was played between the teams on August 18, 1982 in Seattle.
The LA Galaxy won 1-0, sending the game to penalty kicks.
The final score was 1-1.
In a final match of the tournament, the LA and San Diego doubleheaders were played against each team in the second round of the playoffs in Mexico City.
The winner of the two games would advance to the final.
The third-place teams were the Houston Dynamo and Sporting Kansas City.
The game was played at Estadio Azteca, and it was the final game in the tournament.
The scoring was 2 and 1, with LA scoring three goals and San Francisco scoring two.
This final game was televised live on Univision.
The Galaxy defeated San Diego 3-2 on penalties in the third round of Mexico City playoffs.
The 1982 season was also a turning point for the CIF.
At that time, it was not clear whether the league would ever be revived, or whether it would be a league of its own.
In 1985, the Cif saw the formation of a new governing body, the International Federation of Professional Soccer.
This organization has been in existence since the late 1970s and was renamed the CONCITES.
The 1992 World Cup saw the return of the league, but it was again not a success.
The team that finished first in the first round was eliminated by the hosts.
The second-place team was eliminated in the group stage by a resurgent Italy.
The eventual winners were the USA and Belgium.
The last team to make it to the quarterfinals were Mexico.
The tournament was played a total of seven times between 1992 and 2002, but none of the seven tournaments was a final.
In 2012, the league was revived, this time under the new ownership of the American soccer leagues.
The new league, called the CONCAPAC Americas, was the only league in North and Central America that was able to hold a single tournament in the year it was formed.
The goal was to build an all-star team and to build a pathway for youth to reach the highest level of professional soccer in North, Central and South America.
In March of 2013, the Confederation of North, Caribbean and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) voted to approve the creation of the CONCASEX