Burgundy shirts, burgundy shorts
Ground Dick's Sporting Goods Park (33,597)
Manager Fernando Clavijo
Owner Stan Kroenke
- The Rapids opened their new stadium, Dick's Sporting Goods Park, with a 2-1 win over FC Dallas on April 9, 2007. It is the club's third home having played at Mile High Stadium from 1996 to 2001 and the INVESCO Field from 2001-2006.
- Since the MLS was expanded in 2005, the Rapids' nearest neighbours have been Salt Lake City. At the end of each season the side with the better head to head record wins the Rocky Mountain Cup, a competition developed by the supporters of the two clubs. The Rapids currently lead 2-0 having won the trophy (named after the district both clubs are based in) in both 2005 and 2006. The holders are on to retain their trophy having recorded a win and a draw in their two meetings with Salt Lake so far this term.
- Colorado Rapids were one of the 10 founding clubs of Major League Soccer.
- Former Arsenal midfielder Anders Limpar played for Rapids between February 1999 and November 2000. Other players to have played for Colorado and in England include Chris Woods, John Spencer, Marcus Hahnemann, Shaun Bartlett, Daryll Powell and Terry Cooke.
- Colorado have had one English manager. Bobby Houghton was the club's first coach but only stayed at helm for one season.
BEC Tero Sasana
Nickname Fire Dragon
Red shirts, white shorts
Ground Nogjok Stadium (7,000)
Manager Regis Laguesse
Chairman Brian Marcar
- BEC Tero Sasana were finalists in the inaugral Asian Champions League in 2003. They lost 2-1 to Al-Ain of the United Arab Emirates.
- The team was originally founded under the name Sasana Vitthaya School FC. This later changed to Singha Tero Sasana due to sponsorship deals with Singha Beer and Tero Entertainment. Finally, after the BEC World Public Company Limited bought Tero Entertainment, the name was changed to BEC Tero Sasana.
- In 2006 BEC Tero Sasana and Arsenal opened a gift store at CentralWorld in Bangkok, the largest shopping complex in South East Asia.
Hoang Anh Gia Lai
White shirts, white shorts
Ground Pleiku Park (15,000)
Manager Huynh Van Anh
Chairman Doan Nguyen Duc
- Hoang Ahn Gia Lai's Ghanaian striker Yaw Preko won a bronze medal at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. He also played in Europe for Anderlecht, Gaziantepspor, Fenerbahçe and Halmstads.