One of the standard bearers of MLS, the LA Galaxy has been a flashy and successful franchise for the league from the very beginning. You never know who you will spot when you attend a match at Dignity Health Sports Park, both on the pitch and in the stands.
The LA Galaxy have plenty of matches worth attending left on their 2023 schedule. Their ‘El Trafico’ match, where they host Los Angeles FC, is scheduled for Independence Day this season, with Tuesday, July 4, being an amazing day to buy cheap LA Galaxy tickets and watch the clash. Other games of interest see the Galaxy take on Club Leon in the Leagues Cup on Tuesday, July 25, and an MLS contest with surprising Western Conference high flyers St. Louis City SC on Sunday, September 10.
Here is the biggest question for LA Galaxy based on their start to the 2023 season.
What is going on with the LA Galaxy?
The most successful MLS club in history is in crisis. The LA Galaxy are joint bottom of the Western Conference alongside Sporting KC, with just one win and three draws for a total of six points from their first ten games of the season. Sure, they were without key striker Javier Hernandez for the first seven of those matches as he was injured, but the lack of depth – especially upfront – is shocking. More worrying is the blame game that seems to have encompassed the franchise. There is a worrying lack of leadership – both on and off the pitch – something that needs to be figured out quickly if the team is to return to the level most expect it to be at.