LA Galaxy PES Kits 2018

LA Galaxy PES Kits 2018
Los Angeles Galaxy PES kits season 18/19

size: 2048x2048
type: PNG alpha
platform: PC/PS

kits:
goalkeeper (league)
home (league)
away (league)
third (league)

about the team:
PES name: ---
PES ID: ---
Founded: 1995
Website: www.lafc.com
Address: 18400 Avalon Boulevard, Suite 100, Carson, 90746, Los Angeles, California
Country: USA
Phone: +1 (310) 630 2200
Stadium: Dignity Health Sports Park (Carson, California)
Capacity: 30510

team history:
LA Galaxy is one of the ten founding teams in Major League Soccer. The name "Galaxy" was derived from Los Angeles being home to the "stars" of Hollywood. The team began competing in the first season of the then new league, which took place in 1996.

In the inaugural season, Los Angeles finished first in the Western Conference and were one of the two teams that contested in the first MLS Cup. The Galaxy finished as runners up, losing to D.C. United in the final. The 1997 season started out 1–7 after eight games, but they went 15–9 for the rest of the season to qualify for the playoffs. The Galaxy ended up second in their conference by losing to the Dallas Burn. In 1998, the Galaxy left off on a streak, eventually finishing 24–8. The Galaxy defeated the Dallas Burn, 9–3 on aggregate. They lost in the semi-final to the Chicago Fire, 2–1 on aggregate.

The Galaxy again finished first in the Western Conference in 1999, with a final record of 20–12, with a win in the CONCACAF Champions Cup, but they lost to D.C. United again 2–0. The 2000 season had the Galaxy in second in the Western Division, at 14–10–8. Despite this, they lost to the Kansas City Wizards after a tied aggregate and a sudden death game. Los Angeles won the CONCACAF Champions Cup that same year, being one of two American clubs winning the tournament.

2001 was another successful year for Los Angeles, winning the Open Cup and scoring 1,000 all-time points, and with Cobi Jones scoring the 300th goal, but again they fell short by being defeated by Landon Donovan and the San Jose Earthquakes. Again the club clinched first in the Western Conference with a 16–9–3 record, their fifth time being first. Los Angeles were to take part of FIFA's club World cup tournament being Concacaf champions the previous year however, the tournament had cancelled that year.


Trophies:
Major League Soccer: 5 Titles
MLS Cup: 5 Titles
Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup: 2 Titles
CONCACAF Champions League: 1 Title




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