LA Galaxy Rising in Stature as a Popular Club

LA Galaxy, one of the popular names in the field of soccer has been a household name in the states. It is one of the first clubs to be formed in the region ever since the start of the league. The squad has unquestionably become more well-known over time thanks to its devoted fan base, which transcends national boundaries. The LA Galaxy's outstanding track record of success may be the cause of the adulation that surrounds them. The group has won a record-tying five cups and a total of four shields. With many titles and trophies under their belt, the club has made a name for itself in the sport attracting fans from all over the world. Achievements off the pitch weren't the only ones.

LA Galaxy Star Might Be on the Move to Europe

Right back Julian Araujo and the Los Angeles Galaxy are still waiting for FIFA to decide whether or not to make the player's move to Barcelona official. Araujo has been signed by the LaLiga Santander giants on a one-year loan deal with a six-million-dollar buyout option. However, Barcelona failed to submit all paperwork in time, missing the deadline by just seconds. This was quite painful for the young player looking to make his first big-money move to Europe.

First and foremost, it is evident that he plays for Barca Atletic," Mateu Alemany, the Director of Football at Barcelona, stated. There was indeed a problem with the system that prevented it from being completed. There was a time when no recording was made for 18 seconds. We'll see what FIFA has to say. Meanwhile, it appears that LA Galaxy coach Greg Vanney is confident that FIFA will approve the 21-year-old's move to Catalonia.

LA Galaxy’s Plans for the Year Ahead

There is much going on at MLS LA Galaxy. It is official that Javier Hernandez, known popularly as Chicharito, will continue for this organization in the year 2023. It was confirmed by the MLS club on Monday. They have renewed contracts with this top striker for the forthcoming season.

The Mexican striker has also confirmed the same. He had put forward his number, and the club has ratified the same. He stated that there was no need for negotiations since there is an automatic renewal condition in my contract. It is based on the fact that I achieve 11 goals and have spent at least 60% of the total minutes on the playing field.


The Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) advanced to the Western Conference Final for the second time in Club history thanks to a dramatic 3-2 win over the rival LA Galaxy on Thursday night. Denis Bouanga scored on either side of halftime before MLS MVP finalist Cristian “Chicho” Arango scored the game-winner in the 93rdminute to set off raucous celebrations among the sellout crowd of 22,305 at Banc of California Stadium.

With the win, LAFC will now host the winner of Sunday’s game between Austin FC and FC Dallas on Sunday, October 30 in the Western Conference Final.


Real Salt Lake takes on Austin FC today in a match that demands a result from RSL to keep the warming glow of playoff soccer clearly in view. After all, this match does have playoff implications, with LA Galaxy taking on Vancouver Whitecaps on the road the same night — and by the end of it, a bad swing of results could mean RSL’s beneath the playoff line.

What RSL needs to do to win
Score. Goals.
Any number of goals. Even one might be enough. Zero absolutely will not be. I don’t know what else to say here. I feel like it’s exceedingly clear at this point. Simply playing what RSL coach Pablo Mastroeni feels is good enough won’t be enough to make things happen. Feel-good quotes after the fact won’t make a difference. We run a real risk of slip slidin’ our way out of the playoff picture.


Sporting Kansas City (5-14-5, 20 points) will host the LA Galaxy (9-10-3, 30 points) at 7:30 p.m. CT on Saturday at Children's Mercy Park for the team's annual Sporting Salutes match presented by UMB. Tickets are available online at and the first 10,000 fans in attendance will receive Sporting Salutes lapel pins as the club recognizes local Purple Heart recipients in conjunction with National Purple Heart Day on Aug. 7.

In anticipation of high temperatures, all ticket holders will be permitted to bring one bottle of water into Children's Mercy Park on Saturday. The bottle must be sealed and no larger than 20 ounces, and the bottle's cap will be removed at the gate upon entry.


There were fireworks on and off the field at Dignity Health Sports Park as the LA Galaxy earned a 4-0 victory over CF Montreál on Monday night in their largest margin of victory for the 2022 season thus far. Javier "Chicharito" Hernández got the night started off on the right foot early, scoring at a tricky angle off an assist from Efraín Álvarez. Dejan Joveljić kept the good energy going, converting a penalty kick at the end of the first half after VAR determined a Montreál handball.

The Galaxy kept the momentum goingin the second half. Rayan Raveloson scored his first goal of the season after a nice through-ball from Daniel Aguirre found Julián Araujo, who delivered the assist. Raveloson had a brace on the night, as the Galaxy delivered some beautiful combination play leading to a back-heel pass from Sacha Kljestan for his 99th career assist.


Major League Soccer (MLS) giants LA Galaxy have now won their last two games in all competitions after beating Austin FC 4-1 at home. LA Galaxy built on their fantastic derby win over Los Angeles FC (LAFC) in the cup by recording a three-goal victory over Austin FC in an MLS clash played at Dignity Health Sports Park last week Sunday. Western Conference side LA Galaxy won the three points thanks to the big comeback victory over Austin FC.

Mexican striker Javier Hernandez had the chance to give LA Galaxy the lead at home to Austin FC when teammate Kevin Cabral was brought down by Zan Kalmanic, but his right-footed spot kick was saved by Austin FC goalkeeper Brad Struver. Hernandez also known as Chicharito scored with nine first half minutes left on the clock only for it to be ruled out by VAR. LA Galaxy failed to find the back of the net to back up their first half dominance as the two teams settled for a goalless draw.


MLS outfit Sporting Kansas City has re-signed young goalkeeper John Pulskamp. The transfer was announced by the club on Thursday. The LA Galaxy Academy graduate penned a three-year deal at Sporting Kansas City through to the 2025 MLS season with the option of the 2026 MLS season.

21-year-old Pulskamp has made a total of 37 appearances for Sporting Kansas City and Sporting Kansas City II since joining the club from the LA Galaxy Academy three years. Pulskamp left the LA Galaxy Academy to sign for Sporting Kansas City in April 2019.


Atlanta United’s US Open Cup third-round encounter with Chattanooga didn’t seem all that significant on the surface but it just might have been exactly what the doctor ordered for the Five Stripes. Atlanta soundly thrashed the NISA club 6-0, scoring 60% of its total tally through seven MLS games.

Sure, Chattanooga isn’t exactly top-notch opposition and it was a mostly rotated XI from Gonzalo Pineda, but throwing the shackles off in the final third even for just ninety minutes can only help a struggling Atlanta attack.
And just maybe, this will spark the Five Stripes into action as it returns to league play with a visit to Inter Miami on Sunday. Miami was the last winless team in the Eastern Conference as of two weeks ago, but since has three victories in a row (perfect timing, eh?), two in MLS (3-2 over New England and 1-0 at a heavily-rotated Seattle) and a narrow win over Miami FC in the Open Cup.