The matchup for the 2021 MLS Cup is set.
The Portland Timbers - winners of the Western Conference - will host New York City FC - winners of the Eastern Conference - at Providence Park on Saturday, Dec. 11 (3 p.m. ET, ABC).
For Portland, this is the club's third MLS Cup, winning the league title in 2015. NYCFC, meanwhile, is making its first appearance in the championship game.
Here is the 2021 MLS playoff schedule with dates, times and television information. Live streams for ABC/ESPN games available on Watch ESPN; FOX games on FOX Sports Live. Games also available to be live streamed on fuboTV.
What is the 2021 MLS playoff schedule?
Nov. 21: New York City FC 2, Atlanta United 0
Nov. 23: Nashville SC 3, Orlando City SC 1
Nov. 23: Real Salt Lake 0, Seattle Sounders 0 (RSL won penalty shootout, 6-5)
Nov. 28: Philadelphia Union 1, Nashville SC 1 (Union won penalty shootout, 2-0)
Nov. 30: New York City FC 2, New England Revolution 2 (NYCFC won penalty shootout, 5-3)
Dec. 11: Portland Timbers vs. New York City FC, 3 p.m. ET (ABC, UniMás)
Which teams have won MLS Cup?
2020: Columbus Crew over Seattle Sounders (Mapfre Stadium), 3-0
2019: Seattle Sounders FC over Toronto FC (CenturyLink Field), 3-1
2018: Atlanta United over Portland Timbers (Mercedes-Benz Stadium), 2-0
2017: Toronto FC over Seattle Sounders FC (BMO Field), 2-0
2016: Seattle Sounders FC over Toronto FC (BMO Field), 0-0 (Sounders won penalty shootout, 5-4)
2015: Portland Timbers over Columbus Crew (Mapfre Stadium), 2-1
2014: Los Angeles Galaxy over New England Revolution (StubHub Center), 2-1 (extra time)
2013: Sporting Kansas City over Real Salt Lake (Sporting Park), 1-1 (SKC won penalty shootout, 7-6)
2012: Los Angeles Galaxy over Houston Dynamo (Home Depot Center), 3-1
2011: Los Angeles Galaxy over Houston Dynamo (Home Depot Center), 1-0
2010: Colorado Rapids over FC Dallas (BMO Field), 2-1 (extra time)
2009: Real Salt Lake over Los Angeles Galaxy (Qwest Field), 1-1 (RSL won penalty shootout, 5-4)
2008: Columbus Crew over New York Red Bulls (Home Depot Center), 3-1
2007: Houston Dynamo over New England Revolution (RFK Stadium), 2-1
2006: Houston Dynamo over New England Revolution (Pizza Hut Park), 1-1 (Dynamo won penalty shootout, 4-3)
2005: Los Angeles Galaxy over New England Revolution (Pizza Hut Park), 1-0 (extra time)
2004: D.C. United over Kansas City Wizards (Home Depot Center), 3-2
2003: San Jose Earthquakes over Chicago Fire (Home Depot Center), 4-2
2002: Los Angeles Galaxy over New England Revolution (Gillette Stadium), 1-0 (extra time)
2001: San Jose Earthquakes over Los Angeles Galaxy (Crew Stadium), 2-1 (extra time)
2000: Kansas City Wizards over Chicago Fire (RFK Stadium), 1-0
1999: D.C. United over Los Angeles Galaxy (Foxboro Stadium), 2-0
1998: Chicago Fire over D.C. United (Rose Bowl), 2-0
1997: D.C. United over Colorado Rapids (RFK Stadium), 2-1
1996: D.C. United over Los Angeles Galaxy (Foxboro Stadium), 3-2 (extra time)
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Live stream MLS playoffs: Game times, TV channels, how to watch, odds