Q: Where is Dignity Health Sports Park?

A: Dignity Health Sports Park is located off of the 405 and 91 Freeways on the campus of California State University, Dominguez Hills at 18400 Avalon Boulevard in Carson, California. To find driving directions from your destination, click here.

Q: Is there anything I am not allowed to bring to Dignity Health Sports Park?

A: To continue improving safety measures for all fans, effective immediately Dignity Health Sports Park has implemented a policy that will limit the size and type of bags permitted to enter the stadium. This new policy, which will enhance stadium safety and expedite entry to the stadium, will apply to all events hosted at any of the Dignity Health Sports Park venues.

Dignity Health Sports Park and the LA Galaxy advise fans not to bring bags of any kind to the stadium for events. Bags that adhere to the below standards will be permitted to enter Dignity Health Sports Park:


  • Bags that are clear plastic or clear vinyl and do not exceed 12" x 6" x 12"
  • or
  • One-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziplock bag or similar)
  • Small clutch bags, approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap can be taken into the stadium with one of the clear plastic bags

*Exceptions will be made for medically necessary items after proper inspection at a gate designated for this purpose.

Prohibited items into Dignity Health Sports Park include, but are not limited to: purses larger than a clutch bag, coolers, briefcases, backpacks, fanny packs, cinch bags, luggage of any kind, computer bags and camera bags or any bag larger than the permissible size.

Q: How early do parking lots open before a Galaxy game?

A: Parking lots typically open two (2) hours before kickoff (e.g. 5:30 pm for a 7:30 pm game).

Q: What are the parking charges for Galaxy games at Dignity Health Sports Park?

A: The standard parking charge is $20 per vehicle. A limited number of preferred parking spaces are available for $40 per car, and valet parking is available for $60 per car. Please be aware, though, that Dignity Health Sports Park management reserves the right to change parking rates for certain events. Oversized vehicles must pay for additional spaces. Event day parking for guests with disabilities is available in Lots 10, 13, and 15 on a first-come, first-served basis. To obtain additional parking information before you arrive at an event, please call Dignity Health Sports Park parking office at 310-630-2147 (English) or 310-630-2061 (Spanish).

Q: Where should guests with handicapped parking placards enter?

A: Guests who are in possession of a valid, government issued ADA parking placard should enter through Gates A, B or D.

Q: Is tailgating permitted?

A: Tailgating is an important part of the game day experience for you the fan. The Los Angeles Galaxy and Dignity Health Sports Park are committed to creating a fan friendly environment that is safe for all fans and guests to enjoy. You as fans play an important role in helping to preserve tailgating as that type of experience. For your safety and the enjoyment of all, we ask that you please help by observing these tailgating guidelines:

  • Tailgating will only be allowed in Dignity Health Sports Park parking lots (Lots: 10, 11, 12 and 13). Lots open three (3) hours prior to kick-off. When entering the parking lot, it is important to follow directions from parking personnel. Please note that there are no “in and out” privileges for vehicles.
  • Public intoxication and alcohol impaired behavior will be addressed aggressively by law enforcement. If you see alcohol related behavior getting out of hand, IMMEDIATELY contact Tailgating Ambassadors, Police, or Parking Personnel at (310) 630-2044 to report the location and to describe the incident. Tailgating Ambassadors, security and parking personnel will be present to ensure that you enjoy the game in a safe and comfortable environment.
  • Tailgating Ambassadors will continuously patrol the lots to provide information and assistance and to ensure that tailgaters comply with established guidelines.
  • RV’s and oversized vehicles will not be allowed in the tailgate area of the parking lots.
  • No overnight parking.
  • No saving of parking spaces is permitted.
  • Roadways, aisles and other parking areas must be kept clear of tailgating equipment so that other vehicles and emergency personnel may clear access throughout the parking areas.
  • Tailgating at your vehicle should not interfere with the normal flow of traffic. Tailgating Ambassadors will patrol these areas to ensure compliance. Please clear any areas if asked by parking personnel or Tailgate Ambassadors.
  • Guests must tailgate directly in front of or behind their vehicle only.
  • No fire pits.
  • Charcoal grills are permitted in tailgate areas. Please dispose of charcoal properly in Hot Coal bins following use.
  • Please place all recyclable items in the proper containers.
  • Please clean up your tailgating area before entering the game. Trash bags can be left at your tailgate area or taken to dumpsters located throughout the parking lot areas. Please refrain from leaving loose trash and litter in the parking areas.
  • Playing of games that involve the consumption of alcohol or use of alcohol-related paraphernalia is prohibited.
  • Use of controlled substances and underage drinking are against the law and will be aggressively enforced.
  • The consumption of alcoholic beverages in tailgating areas after kick-off is prohibited.
  • Excessively loud amplified music (such as DJ's or live entertainment) is prohibited. Music with inappropriate language is prohibited in the tailgating areas.
  • Failure to comply with these policies, city, state and federal laws, stadium or event policies may result in citation or arrest as well as loss of tailgating privileges and/or event tickets.
  • If you need assistance or observe a potential problem, contact tailgating Ambassadors, Police, or Parking Personnel at (310) 630-2044.

Q: What time do the stadium gates open?

A: Stadium gates typically open to the public 90 minutes before kickoff (e.g. 6:00 p.m. for a 7:30 p.m. game).

Q: How many people does the stadium seat?

A: Dignity Health Sports Park's soccer stadium can seat 27,000 fans.

Q: What accommodations are available for disabled fans?

A: Dignity Health Sports Park provides access for guests with disabilities. These areas include gates, restrooms, suites, ticket windows, drinking fountains, concession counters and seating areas. Please advise us of your needs at the time you purchase your tickets so that we are better prepared to make your Galaxy game day experience an enjoyable one. For more information, please visit Dignity Health Sports Park's official website. You also may leave a message on Dignity Health Sports Park's Guest Services Hotline (310-630-2055) concerning any needs you have for your visit.

Q: Are there specific Galaxy supporters sections at Galaxy games?

A: Sections 137 and 138 in the Southeast corner are designated for the LA Riot Squad. The Angel City Brigade sits in General Admission (north endline) in and around Section 121, and the Galaxians sit in General Admission (north endline) in Section 123, while the Galaxy Outlawz sit in Section 120.

Q: Are there designated seating sections for visiting fans?

A: For certain matches, opposing teams may organize a specific seating section for their traveling fans; call 1-877-3GALAXY (1-877-342-5299) or 310-630-2200 to inquire about any visiting fans' sections.

Visiting fans are not prohibited from sitting in any particular section but are advised to avoid sitting in or near Sections 120, 121, 122, 123, 137 and 138, the designated Galaxy supporters' sections.

Q: How can I sit on the lawn below the GalaxyTV (big screen)?

A: The inclined lawn above the north goal has been replaced with bleacher seating. For more information, contact a Galaxy representative at 1-877-3GALAXY (1-877-342-5299) or 310-630-2200.

Q: Are seats numbered or is seating General Admission?

A: The Galaxy does not offer General Admission.

All other sections in the stands have reserved seating, so please consult the Section, Row, and Seat number on your ticket. Galaxy and Dignity Health Sports Park staff members will be happy to assist you in finding your seat.

Q: Which sections have actual seats and which have bench seating?

A: The sections along the east and west sidelines (Sections 107-115 and 128-136) have individual seats. The Upper Mezzanine also has individual seating. The north endline and south endline have bench seating.

Q: How can I reserve a suite for a Galaxy game?

A: The suites located along the west sideline and south endline are typically reserved by companies and other groups on a full season basis. To inquire about availability of individual suites on a game-by-game basis, please contact a Galaxy representative at 877-604-8777.

Q: How do I get in to the American Express Stadium Club restaurant?

A: Access to the American Express Stadium Club is exclusive to Premium Season Ticket Members. However, Galaxy representatives may occasionally be able to arrange reservations for other guests who intend to purchase dinner in the Stadium Club. Please contact your Service Specialist (if you are a Galaxy Season Ticket Member) or your Galaxy representative with as much advance notice as possible. Outside of match days, the American Express Stadium Club restaurant may be reserved for private functions and special events. For more information on the American Express Stadium Club, click here.

Q: How can I arrange for a message on the GalaxyTV (big screen) during a Galaxy game?

A: GalaxyTV messages are available through one of two ways:

  1. In return for a $50 tax-deductible donation to the Galaxy Foundation; requests and donations must be received no less than 7 business days prior to the game for which the message is requested. Click here.
  2. To welcome groups of 10 or more people who reserve their seats through a Galaxy representative – call 1-877-3GALAXY (1-877-342-5299) or 310-630-2200 for more information.

GalaxyTV messages are limited to 30 characters or less, including spaces and punctuation.

Q: Is Dignity Health Sports Park a smoke free facility?

A: As of January 1, 2018, Dignity Health Sports Park is a Smoke Free facility. The definition of Smoke Free is listed below for your reference.

  • Smoke Free: “Smoke Free” means the use of cigarettes, pipes, cigars, and other “smoke” emanating products including e-cigarettes, vapor devices and other like products are prohibited on all University properties.
  • Smoke or Smoking: “Smoke” or “Smoking” means inhaling, exhaling, burning, or carrying any lighted or heated cigar, cigarette, cigarillo, pipe, hookah, or any other lighted or heated tobacco or plant product intended for inhalation, whether natural or synthetic, in any manner or in any form. “Smoke” or “Smoking” also includes the use of an electronic smoking device that creates an aerosol or vapor, in any manner or in any form, or the use of any oral smoking device for the purpose of circumventing the prohibition of smoking.