Even though 90% (probably even more) of the soccer world is saying 30 teams is way too many for a soccer league, it's happening. And trying to make a realistic schedule for that many MLS teams is a nightmare. But I think this video covers it. The choice MLS needs to make is how to align the divisions (Don't see Single Table happening with 30 teams). Two divisions with East and West. Three divisions, with East, West, and Central. Four Divisions, with either East and West act as conferences and have two divisions in them, or have four divisions act as their own. Or six divisions, with Northeast, Atlantic, Southeast, Central, Northwest and Southwest. Again, could either have two conferences with East and West both having three divisions, or just have the six divisions on their own. When making this, the only rule I had was each team had to play each other at least once. And this assumes that promotion/relegation is off the table. Would love to hear your opinions. What format do you think works best? And what do you think about MLS expanding to 30 teams?