As the LA Galaxy season kicked off, the LA Galaxy Champion Project launched soccer programming into Carson elementary schools within a five-mile radius of Dignity Health Sports Park.


From Leapwood Avenue Elementary School to Del Amo Elementary School, seven Carson elementary schools held a LA Galaxy Champion Project school wide day dedicated to soccer programming for students. Kindergarten to 5th grade students spent the afternoon rotating through soccer drills that tested their soccer skills and let them play with all their friends.


Special guest appearances from LA Galaxy Star Squad and LA Galaxy mascot, Cozmo, created opportunities for students to celebrate their soccer programming day. Soccer programming will continue at these elementary schools as the LA Galaxy Champion Project provides 20-LA Galaxy soccer ball and 2 pop-up soccer nets to encourage and grow the game of soccer at each elementary school.

LA Galaxy introduce soccer clinics to Carson schools as part of Champion Project -

With the 2018-2019 school year completed, these are the seven Champion Project elementary schools that received soccer programming.


  • Leapwood Avenue Elementary School
  • Annalee Avenue Elementary School
  • Dominguez Elementary School
  • Carson Street Elementary School
  • Town Avenue Elementary School
  • Bonita Street Elementary School
  • Del Amo Elementary School


In the 2019-2020 school, we look to continue LA Galaxy Champion Project program with these remaining schools in the Carson area.


  • 232rd Place Elementary
  • Dolores Street Elementary School
  • Catskill Avenue Elementary School
  • Ambler Elementary School


In celebration of the first day of school, Champion Project schools are invited to attend the LA Galaxy Friday Night Lights soccer clinic on Friday, August 23rd at Dignity Health Sports Park. As the new school year begins, the LA Galaxy will continue to partner with local elementary schools to provide soccer programming and opportunities to grow the game of soccer while promoting health, wellness and leadership development.