2007 Colorado Rapids season
|Stadium||Dick's Sporting Goods Park|
|Western Conference (MLS)||4 (9-13-8)|
|MLS Playoffs||Did Not Qualify|
|Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup||Quarterfinals|
|CONCACAF Champions League||Did Not Qualify|
|North American SuperLiga||Did Not Qualify|
The 2007 Colorado Rapids season is the twelfth season of the Colorado club franchise. The team enters the season having been eliminated from the 2006 MLS Playoffs in the Conference Finals. The Rapids, however, enter as the defending champions of the MLS Reserve Division.
2006 Colorado Rapids
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Changes for the 2007 MLS Season
- Ugo Ihemelu Traded from Los Angeles
- Herculez Gomez Traded from Los Angeles
- Nico Colaluca Signed as draft pick
- Omar Cummings Signed as draft pick
- John DiRaimondo Signed as draft pick
- Justin Hughes Signed as draft pick
- Kosuke Kimura Signed as draft pick
- Nick LaBrocca Signed as draft pick
- José Cancela Traded from Toronto FC
- Conor Casey Traded from Toronto FC
- Brandon Prideaux Traded from D.C.
- Zach Thornton Traded from Chicago
- Facundo Erpen Traded from D.C.
- Mehdi Ballouchy Traded from Real Salt Lake
- Daniel Osorno Free Transfer
- Tony Sanneh Traded from Chicago
- Kyle Beckerman Traded to Real Salt Lake for Mehdi Ballouchy
- Greg Vanney Traded to D.C. for Facundo Erpen
- Joe Cannon Traded to Los Angeles
- Matt Crawford Released by team
- Eric Denton Released by team, rights subsequently traded to New York Red Bulls
- Hunter Freeman Traded to New York Red Bulls
- Luchi Gonzalez Released by team, subsequently signed with Miami FC of the USL-1
- Sasha Gotsmanov Released by team, subsequently signed with Minnesota Thunder of the USL-1
- Matt Jordan Released by team
- Aitor Karanka Released by team
- Aaron King Released by team. Joined Charleston Battery of USL-1
- Thiago Martins Transferred to Bodø/Glimt of the Norwegian Adeccoligaen
- Clint Mathis Traded to New York Red Bulls
- Fabrice Noël Released by team
- Alain Nkong Released by team
- Riley O'Neill Traded to Toronto FC
- Melvin Tarley Released by team, subsequently signed with Puerto Rico Islanders of the USL-1
- Roberto Brown Released by team
2007 MLS SuperDraft
|2/17||Greg Dalby||Midfielder||Notre Dame|
|3/36||Justin Hughes||Goalkeeper||North Carolina|
Chance at a Comeback
2007 Final Roster
As of October 21, 2007 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Western Conference Standings
|5||Los Angeles Galaxy||34||30||9||14||7||38||48||-10|
|6||Real Salt Lake||27||30||6||15||9||31||45||-14|
x = Clinched playoff berth
y = Clinched home field for Conf. Champ.
Last Updated 2016-07-19
Results by round
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: T = Tie; L = Loss; W = Win; P = Postponed.
- from New York for Jean Philippe Peguero.
- from Salt Lake. Colorado traded the rights of Jordan Cila to Salt Lake for their 2nd round pick.
- from Los Angeles. Colorado receives Los Angeles' 3rd round pick when Cornell Glen played less than 16 games during the 2006 MLS season.
- from Dallas. Colorado receives Dallas' 3rd round pick for the use of their Youth International slot in 2006.