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Atlanta United was the second club to join the MLS for the 2017 season (along with Minnesota United). The team shares Mercedes-Benz Stadium with the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons (as both are owned by Home Depot co-founder Arthur Blank). Atlanta United’s inaugural coach was Tata Martino and he would guide the team to one of the best expansion team beginnings in the MLS. Atlanta United led by Martino finished in playoff position in the 2017 where they would be eliminated early on. However, in Martino’s second season the club improved to 2nd-place in the League (and division) before going on to win the MLS Cup. However, Martino had announced earlier in the season that he would not return (and would later be announced as the Mexican National Team Manager). Frank de Boer (who has prior managerial stints with Ajax, Inter, Crystal Palace, and the Dutch National Team) was appointed to the position in December of 2018. de Boer currently holds the post with the club seeking to add to the success experienced by the club with Martino at the helm. Honors: MLS Cup
- Winners (1): 2018