LOS ANGELES (Tuesday, July 4, 2023) – The LA Galaxy’s Fourth of July match against LAFC at the Rose Bowl Stadium set a new MLS standalone attendance record with a sold-out crowd of 82,110 fans. The match on July 4 between the LA Galaxy and LAFC marked the 20th edition across all competitions of El Tráfico with the Galaxy leading the all-time series 8-6-5.
The previous standalone attendance record was set on March 5, 2022, when the Galaxy squared off against Charlotte FC before 74,479 fans at Bank of America Stadium. Additionally, LA was also part of the fourth-most attended crowd in MLS history when the club squared off against Atlanta United before 72,548 fans in an MLS Regular Season match at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Aug. 3, 2019.
Largest Standalone Match Attendance in MLS History82,110 – LA Galaxy vs. LAFC at Rose Bowl Stadium on July 4, 2023 – MLS Regular Season
74,479 – Charlotte FC vs. LA Galaxy at Bank of America Stadium on March 5, 2022 – MLS Regular Season
73,019 – Atlanta United vs. Portland Timbers at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Dec. 8, 2018 – MLS Cup 2018
72,548 – Atlanta United vs. LA Galaxy at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Aug. 3, 2019 – MLS Regular Season
72,243 – Atlanta United vs. Seattle Sounders FC at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on July 15, 2018 – MLS Regular Season