Dan Kennedy earned his first shutout of the season helping Chivas USA to a scoreless draw with FC Dallas on Thursday night.
CARSON, Calif. (AP) — Rookie Gyasi Zardes scored just before halftime, and the Los Angeles Galaxy snapped a three-game winless streak with a 1-0 victory Sunday night over “SuperClasico” archrival Chivas USA. Zardes nodded home Landon […]
Over 1,000 signs are starting to be replaced as the venue formerly known as The Home Depot Center, home to both the MLS Champion Los Angeles Galaxy and Chivas USA, officially transitioned to it’s new name, StubHub Center, on Saturday.
Robbie Rogers became the first openly gay male athlete to play in a U.S. professional league on Sunday night, making his Major League Soccer debut with the Los Angeles Galaxy.
Teammates and fans alike cheered on Robbie Rogers — the first openly gay man in professional soccer — as he stepped out onto the field for the LA Galaxy Sunday night.
The Los Angeles Galaxy Sunday said Robbie Rogers has officially been added to the team’s roster.
According to reports, Rogers will return to soccer and has agreed to sign with the Los Angeles Galaxy, making him the first openly gay player in Major League Soccer.
Landon Donovan scored one goal and added two assists to lead the Los Angeles Galaxy past the Philadelphia Union 4-1 Wednesday night.
Omar Gonzalez, Jose Villarreal, Robbie Keane and Jack McBean scored and the Los Angeles Galaxy advanced to the CONCACAF Champions League final four for the first time by beating visiting Herediano 4-1 Wednesday.
The post-David Beckham era is off to a rousing start for the Los Angeles Galaxy.
Want a picture of yourself standing next to the Galaxy’s Major League Soccer championship trophy?
David Beckham wraps up his six seasons with the Los Angeles Galaxy on Saturday in the MLS Cup.
After six seasons as the worldwide face of Major League Soccer, David Beckham believes nobody should doubt it’s a major league.
Eddie Johnson and Zach Scott scored to give Seattle a 2-0 lead, but Robbie Keane was awarded and converted a penalty kick in the 68th minute on Sunday night that clinched the Los Angeles Galaxy’s 4-2 aggregate victory over the Sounders in the Western Conference finals and a spot in the MLS Cup final for the second straight year.
Robbie Keane scored in the 64th minute to give the Los Angeles Galaxy a 1-1 draw with Columbus in the Crew’s first match since the death of rookie midfielder Kirk Urso on Aug. 5.