Los Angeles Galaxy History
The Los Angeles Galaxy Soccer Team is one of the oldest professional soccer teams
in the United States. Starting in 1993, this team created their longstanding roots in
Los Angeles, a city well known for soccer teams since 1955. The term Galaxy came
from the root foundation of knowing that Los Angeles is home of the “stars” and
thus this stellar team was born. This team is one of the most decorated teams in all
of professional soccer.
After Major League Soccer was founded in 1993, the team became one of the
premier U.S. Professional soccer teams in the league and they have quite a following
with LA Galaxy tickets being some of the more well sold MLS tickets. One of the main
reasons the LA Galaxy tickets have done so well over the years is the teams well
known success and the long roots of professional soccer within the city since
1955.As a tribute to their definitive dedication and passion, the team has had many
years at the top of the league since their founding.
In a startling and exciting move in 2007, the team signed the world renowned soccer
player David Beckham to the team. The deal was worth an estimated $250 million
dollars, the most ever paid in the MLS league history. This move saw an
unprecedented amount of LA Galaxy tickets being sold for the opening game.
Though Beckham also plays for AC Milan, (the premier Italian Soccer Team) on a loan
deal for off season play from his U.S. schedule, he returns to the LA Galaxy Soccer
team for their MLS season each year. During his stay at the team the successes of
the club have certainly been greater than their failures. In July of 2012, Beckham, the
team’s club captain has signed an additional 2 year deal to stay with the team which
is certain to keep LA Galaxy tickets at a premium.
Home Depot Center and the Fans
Initially, LA Galaxy tickets were sold for games played at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena,
California. However, since 2003, the team has moved their home base to the Home
Depot Center, located in Carson, California. This is where all LA Galaxy tickets for
home games are sold for. The stadium is shared with their rival team Chivas, USA.
This has become a well known and loved stadium for soccer fans, and it has many
features honoring the long history of soccer in the Los Angeles area.
This $150 million dollar modern stadium built in 2003, provides soccer fan seating
with a capacity of 27,000. Located at the University of California (UCAL) complex, the
stadium and surrounding sports facility has already established itself as a leader in
the world of sports. In fact it is known as the most complete Olympic training facility
in the country. LA Galaxy Tickets are sold on site for all season home games and fans
can readily get their best seats by calling their box office.
LA Galaxy fans are known to be some of the most loyal and enthusiastic fans in the
entire MLS league. In fact, their steadfast support of the team through the purchase
of season LA Galaxy Tickets shows a fervent support of this stellar team. The teams
2012 season includes a much anticipated match up with Real Madrid and many
other teams in an incredible season that fans are sure to love. The MLS League is
growing and gaining much momentum in the United States. This is in part by the
legacy and passion of this amazing professional soccer team.
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10-20-14: The LA Galaxy control the second spot in the Western Conference with a record of 17-6-10. They will play one final game in the regular season against the Sounders on Saturday in Seattle. Their first game in the MLS Playoffs is scheduled for November 9.
3-6-14: The Galaxy have announced they've extended the contract of Irish-born striker Robbie Keane with a multi year deal. Keane is one of the league's best scorers, with 34 goals in 55. Keane has helped the Galaxy win the MLS Cup in 2011 and 2012. The Keane signing ensures the core of him, Landan Donovan and Omar Gonzalez stick together for a few more seasons.
3-5-14: Galaxy midfielder Landon Donovan will likely become the MLS' all-time goal leader early this season. The record is currently held by Jeff Cunningham, the Jamacian-born player whom last played for the Columbus Crew in 2011. The Galaxy open the season this Saturday and ticket prices currently average $63 per seat on the secondary market.
3-4-14: Former Galaxy midfielder Michael Stephens signed a 2 year deal with Stabaek. Stephens is the 5th American player to sign with the club, following in the footsteps of Ricardo Clark, Sean Cunningham, Mikkel Diskerud and Chris Henderson. The Galaxy open their season this weekend against defending Western Conference Champions Real Salt Lake.
3-3-14: The Galaxy season opener this Saturday vs Real Salt Lake is the most expensive game of the MLS opening weekend. At an average ticket price of $84, the current cheapest seat available is $32. The Galaxy were knocked out of last year's playoffs in the conference semifinals by eventual conference champions RSL.