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Colorado Rapids Playoff History

The Colorado Rapids are one of the founding MLS teams, and their first playoff appearance came in the second MLS season in 1997. The Rapids finished last in the league’s first season, but they had a phenomenal second season advancing all the way to the MLS Cup Final. They faced stiff competition in the final as they played 1996 MLS Cup champions D.C. United in the nation’s capital. In a rain-soaked final, D.C. United went up 2-0 halfway through the second half. The Rapids scrambled to come back, and Adrian Paz scored a goal for the Colorado side, but in the end D.C. United prevailed and lifted their second championship trophy.

The Rapids then suffered three consecutive quarterfinal exits and missed the playoffs in 2001. They made a run to the 2002 semifinals before losing 5-0 over two games to the LA Galaxy. From 2003-2006, the team made the playoffs all four seasons, but lost in the quarterfinals twice and the semifinals twice. The Rapids then faced a playoff drought, failing to make the playoffs three seasons in a row. They followed this up with the most historic season in the club’s history in 2010.

The 2010 season is one the Rapids faithful will always remember and will go down in Colorado sports history. In the MLS Cup quarterfinals, it took an 84th minute goal from Conor Casey and a 5-4 penalty shootout victory for the Rapids to overcome the Columbus Crew. In the semifinals, a Kosuke Kimura goal and stalwart defense propelled the Rapids to the coveted MLS Cup Final.

The Rapids faced FC Dallas in the championship match played in Toronto, Canada. Dallas striker David Ferreira put his side ahead with a 35th minute strike. In a 57th minute goal line scramble, Conor Casey levelled the score by poking the ball into the net while sitting down. The game stayed level and went into extra time. In the 107th Macoumba Kandji made the decisive attack for the Rapids from the right wing. After a step over to get past his defender, Kandji pushed the ball toward goal and FC Dallas defender George John accidentally put the ball in his own net. The Rapids were able to keep Dallas’s attack at bay and lift their first MLS Cup trophy.

When Do Colorado Rapids Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?

Colorado Rapids playoff tickets will go on sale near the end of the regular season once the playoff schedule is set. If the Rapids finish near the top of the table, they will have one or two home playoff game and tickets will go on sale once an opponent and time is set.

How Much Do Colorado Rapids Playoff Tickets Cost?

Playoff ticket prices depend on the playoff round, opponent, date, and seating section. On average, MLS playoff tickets resell for $65.