Fantasy MLS Resources

I’ve been trying to generate some information that can help people make choices for Fantasy MLS games. As the Fantasy MLS season goes on, more data will be available to refine most several of out tables. So please keep checking back and feel free to contact us with suggestions.

League StandingsTeam Schedules

Season Chart of Games, Byes, & DGWs

Home/Away Rotation ChartForm Difficulty Chart

KFC MLS 2013 Tools Download (Excel File)

Form Difficulty Chart

This chart displays how difficult the next 6 games will be for a team based on current form.  Form is calculated based on the results of the past 6 games. Difficulty is ranked from 1 to 6 (1 easiest 6 hardest) and an advantage is given to a team that is playing at home.

The chart can be read as: Team “X” on the left is playing Team “Y” in a Game Week at Home or Away. Double games will also be included when they come up.

Form is now included. Click the image for a larger view. Chart inspired by Fantasy Football Mad.

Home/Away Rotation Chart

Here’s a chart to help with player rotations to help you take advantage of playing at home. I find it particularly helpful for Keepers and Defense. If you ea a -1, -2, or -3 after the score, that tells you how many Game Weeks you will have where both teams have No Game Scheduled.

Example: Chicago and Chivas have 23 Game Weeks where either one of them have Home games or Both of them do. The -2 means that they will also have one Game Week where neither team will play, and you might need to make a substitution. Problems with the image? – Direct Download: HERE

Home Away Rotation 2014

Chart of No Game and Double Game Weeks

This chart is the full 2014 MLS schedule. Bold and uppercase is used for a home game while lowercase is used for away. Red Fill = Bye Week, Green Fill = Double Game Week, and Blue Fill = Triple Game Week. Below the chart, you will also see the dates for CCL and WC. Problems with the image? – Direct Download: HERE

(UPDATE: Chart has been updated to reflect recent changes. 2/5/14)

Game Schedule, Byes, and Double Game Weeks

That’s all for now. Let me know if anyone has any suggestions.

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  13. Are you planning updating this? I just stumbled across this site and it is blowing my mind (in a good way), and was hoping there may be some updates to the schedule and/or some of the tools.

  14. Thanks! I am impressed so far. I have my old versions of the excel schedules from past seasons, but have found it hard to keep up this year, too much going on in life, so appreciate the work you have done. Looks like a great resource.

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