Top 7 Best Android MLS Apps & Games - 2019

Soccer is becoming more and more popular in the US, as teams from MLS (Major League Soccer) invest more and more money into acquiring players and training them. MLS managed to attract some prolific players in recent past, including Rooney and Ibrahimovic, for example.

Having said that, there are not many MLS-focused applications and games available in the Play Store, at least not focused solely on MLS. We did manage to dig up some apps and games that either include MLS in some capacity, and we’ve also included a couple that may appeal to those who enjoy soccer in general.

Apps and games that we’ve listed down below are not laid out in any specific order, so keep that in mind before you start browsing.


MLS is the official application for Major League Soccer. This application is actually really well-designed, and if you’re a fan of MLS, it’s a must-have on your phone. The app will deliver the latest news, schedules, match highlights, standings, and so much more to your phone, all from MLS. That’s not all, though, you’ll also get content from the Gold Cup, CONCACAF Champions League, and many international soccer matches as well.

Mobile Soccer League

Mobile Soccer League is a 3D soccer game, and it contains a number of soccer leagues around the world, including MLS. In addition to the leagues that are available, you can also play several tournaments here, including World Cup 2018 in Russia, Euro 2016 in France, and Copa America 2016. Mobile Soccer League is actually a really fun game, and the controls here are done properly, while the graphics are not bad at all.

Soccer Star 2019

Soccer Star 2019 is actually a pretty versatile game. You can opt to be a player, or even a manager in this game. You can actually manage a team from the MLS, if you want, and there are a number of different soccer modes that you can enjoy in this game. As a player, you can even end up participating in the World Cup, and the graphics in this game are not bad at all, in fact, they’re pretty good for a mobile game.


SofaScore is one of the most popular, and best-rated live score applications in the market. This app does not limit itself to soccer, as it includes a ton of other sports, but soccer is a part of the package, and so is MLS. The app provides detailed statistics, standing, fixtures, team info, and so much more. For specific matches, you can even access video content, such as goals, chances, and so on. The app includes both light and dark modes, it’s up to you to choose which one you’ll use.

Dream League Soccer 2019

Dream League Soccer 2019 is not exactly an MLS-focused app, at all, but it is one of the best soccer games on Android. If you’re a soccer fan, and you like games at the same time, you’ll want to try this one out. The app is updated on a yearly basis, just so transfers are all in order, and the graphics in this game are great. There are six divisions to work your way through in this game, and over seven cup competitions.


FotMob is a live score application, similar to SofaScore, but it offers a completely different design, and it focuses solely on soccer / football. MLS is a part of the offering here, as you can keep track of what’s going on in MLS via this application. Push notifications are included in the package, and the app covers over 200 competitions all over the world, not to mention that audio commentary is available in more than 10 languages.


PES CLUB MANAGER is one of the most popular soccer management games for Android, even though MLS is not exactly a part of the picture here. If you’re looking for a great soccer manager, you should try out PES CLUB MANAGER, as KONAMI released a new engine for 2019 edition of the game, while the game offers great graphics, and you can choose a number of modes to play in.

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