September 21, 2011
Galaxy tonight AT ALAJUELENSE When: 7 PDT. Where: Alajuela, Costa Rica. On the air: TV: Fox Soccer Channel. Record in CONCACAF Champions League 2011: Galaxy 2-0-1, Alajuelense 2-0-1. Update: The Galaxy beat Alajuelense, 2-0, at the Home Depot Center on Aug. 25 but will be in hostile territory in the rematch at Estadio Alejandro Morero Sota, Alajuelense's home stadium in Costa Rica. Both teams are tied with six points in Group A in the CONCACAF Champions League Standings, so the game is pivotal.
November 22, 2012 |
Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes with a championship team? The newly launched Time Warner Cable will give you an idea beginning Thanksgiving night with its series "L.A. Galaxy Confidential. " The original, documentary-style show launches on TWC's Spanish-language channel, Time Warner Cable Deportes, at 6 p.m. Future weekly installments are scheduled for Thursdays at 7 p.m. The debut of the series, narrated by Enrique Gutierrez, comes 10 days before the Galaxy play in its second consecutive Major League Soccer championship game.
March 22, 2012 |
Tottenham Hotspur, one of the iconic clubs in the English Premier League, is set to visit the Home Depot Center on July 24 to meet the Galaxy in an international friendly. The two-match U.S. tour, which is also scheduled to include a July 31 game against the New York Red Bulls, is part of Tottenham's preseason schedule. "Playing the winners of the MLS Cup in L.A. will provide a real challenge. Any team that includes proven international performers like Robbie Keane, Landon Donovan and David Beckham are sure to be top drawer," said Tottenham Manager Harry Redknapp, who played in the U.S. with the Seattle Sounders of the North American Soccer League.
March 26, 2010
GALAXY TONIGHT VS. NEW ENGLAND When: 8. Where: Home Depot Center. Records: Season opener for both teams. Record vs. Revolution (2009): 2-0. Update: Left legs seem to be the early problem area for the Galaxy as the season begins. No fewer than five players are sidelined by injuries to their left knee or thigh. They are Gregg Berhalter, Clint Mathis, Alan Gordon, Jovan Kirovski and Bryan Jordan. — Grahame L. Jones