FC Cincinnati and Columbus Crew face off in an all-Ohio Eastern Conference final, with a place in next weekend’s MLS Cup final up for grabs.
Supporters’ Shield winners Cincinnati are chasing their first ever MLS title, while Columbus are in pursuit of a third league crown in franchise History.
The winners in the East will take on one of the two Western Conference finalists - Los Angeles FC and Houston Dynamo - in the league decider.
Watch Cincinnati vs Columbus live on Apple TV+.
What time does Cincinnati vs Columbus Crew start?
The MLS Eastern Conference final will be played at TQL Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Saturday 2 December 2023, with kick-off at 6pm ET / 3pm PT.
How can I watch Cincinnati vs Columbus Crew?
You can watch the Eastern Conference final on MLS Season Pass, a subscription service on the streaming platform Apple TV+.
Enjoy the Game on Season Pass.
Follow Cincinnati vs Columbus Crew live with AS USA
You’ll also have the option of joining AS USA for live-text commentary of the Game in Ohio. Will Gittins will be building up to Cincinnati vs Columbus from around an hour ahead of kick-off, before bringing you minute-by-minute coverage of the clash.
Cincinnati vs Columbus Crew: prediction
Columbus may have come out on top the last time the state rivals last met in the ‘Hell is Real’ derby, but we’re expecting Cincinnati - the season’s outstanding team - to book their ticket to their first MLS Cup final.
Prediction: FC Cincinnati 2-1 Columbus Crew
Football Club Cincinnati, CIN
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