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Los Angeles Football Club History
Los Angeles Football Club was founded in 2014 and kicked off its inaugural season in MLS in 2018. Making a splash by signing a big-name coach and players with an international pedigree, the team’s foundation and location ensured a budding rivalry with the cross-town LA Galaxy. Known as ‘El Tráfico,’ the derby between LAFC and the Galaxy is an homage to the city’s clogged roads and the El Clásico between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona.
Former US National Team head coach Bob Bradley was hired to take charge of the Club’s first MLS season. The inaugural season roster was then filled with players familiar to fans of European and international soccer. Mexican international Carlos Vela, Uruguayan forward Diego Rossi, and Portuguese midfielder André Horta were the team’s first three designated players. Vela, the biggest signing for the young Club, came from Spanish side Real Sociedad where he scored 54 goals. At the time of signing, Vela had also made over 70 appearances for Mexico on an international level. The signings made a statement to the MLS that the new team was building for long-term success.
Known as the Black and Gold and playing their games at the Banc of California Stadium, which seats 22,000 fans, LAFC consistently sold out their stadium during the club’s first season. They also sold out of full season memberships. The Club has gained a following as the club at the heart of the city, and LAFC has proven they will be a formidable franchise with a strong fanbase. The most avid fans are in “The 3252,” a reference to the number of the standing supporters section.
Los Angeles won its first MLS game on the road against the Seattle Sounders 1-0. As luck would have it, the Black and Gold also played its first home game against the Sounders two months later and won that game by the same score line. LAFC advanced to the semifinals of the US Open Cup, a knockout cup competition. They lost to the Houston Dynamo 7-6 on penalties in a tight shootout to decide the finalist for the competition. Despite the loss in the Open Cup, LAFC showed attacking skill and a competitive spirit throughout the Open Cup campaign. And the Black and Gold proved they will be a playoff contender for years to come.
Frequently Asked Questions About Los Angeles Football Club Playoff Tickets and Event Information
When do Los Angeles Football Club playoff tickets go on sale?
Los Angeles Football Club playoff tickets go on sale at the end of the MLS regular season once the playoff bracket is set. If Los Angeles Football Club finish high in the table, they will play one or two home games dependent on results.
How much are Los Angeles Football Club playoff tickets?
Los Angeles Football Club playoff ticket typically resell for $98.00. Prices can vary based on, which round the game is in, and the team’s opponent. The Los Angeles Football Club fans can expect to pay more for tickets as they advance further into the playoffs.
How to get cheap Los Angeles Football Club playoff tickets?
If you’re looking for cheap Los Angeles Football Club playoff tickets, tickets can be found for as low as $65.00. Additionally, once you click on your preferred event date, use the “sort by price” button located in the top left hand corner of the event page to sort all available Los Angeles Football Club playoff tickets by cheapest tickets available.
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