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About Los Angeles Galaxy
The Los Angeles Galaxy is LA's beloved professional soccer club and one of the most successful and victorious clubs in Major League Soccer. The squad has won the MLS Cup more than any other American club with five titles in '02, '05, '11, '12 and '14. The Galaxy also hold the distinction of being one of only two American squads to win the North-and-Central-America-wide tournament CONCACAF Champions' Cup in 2000! Get your cheap Los Angeles Galaxy tickets now and come witness some quality soccer!
Los Angeles Galaxy History
The Los Angeles Galaxy is one of the 10 teams that first made up the MLS. The LA Galaxy made a huge splash when they signed international British superstar midfielder and celebrity David Beckham who helped lead the club to the top of the Western Conference in 2009 and qualify for the MLS Cup that year, eventually falling in the final against Real Salt Lake. In 2013, Galaxy concluded the season finishing third in the Western Conference. They made it to the semi-finals, losing 2-1 to Real Salt Lake. In the 2014 MLS Cup they played the New England Revolution and won in overtime 2-1, making them five-time champions, a record for the league. When the team accumulated Liverpool player Steven Gerrard and Mexican star Giovani dos Santos as designated players in 2015, they made headlines.
In 2016 when Bruce Arena, long-time general manager and head coach left Galaxy he took most of the coaching staff with him. He was replaced by former Galaxy player Peter Vagenes as GM and Curt Onalfo took on the role of head coach. Not long into Onalfo’s coaching he was fired and replaced by former head coach Sigi Schmid in 2017. In 2018 another legendary player was recruited to the team. Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored two goals in his debut game with the Galaxy, with one of those goals becoming the MLS Goal of the Year! 2019 brought Guillermo Barros Schelotto to the team as a coach, as well as notable new players including Uruguayan Diego Polenta, Cristian Pavon, Favio Alvarez, and Uriel Antuna.
With the new stars on the team, Galaxy placedmi fifth in the West and made it to the playoffs. Ibrahimovic finished the season with 30 goals, being the second-highest in the season and the third-highest in league history. During the playoffs Galaxy beat Minnesota United 2-1, then lost to LAFC 5-3. Ibrahimovic left the club, and so did most of the other 2019 signings on loan, only Pavon returned for the following season.
LA Galaxy New Season
The Galaxy's 27,000-capacity arena, Dignity Health Sports Park, is a raucous, rowdy stadium where fans cheer on their squad with all the intensity of European fans. The Galaxy are beloved as LA's premier soccer club— buy your cheap Los Angeles Galaxy tickets today to see this highly-respected and successful club as they accompany the rise in popularity of American soccer in the states. Don't miss your shot to be a part of the action!