LA Galaxy unveil 2014 MLS regular season schedule

CARSON, Calif. (Monday, November 25, 2013) – The LA Galaxy will open the 2014 MLS regular season at StubHub Center on Saturday, March 8 against the team that ended the club’s 2013 season earlier this month, Real Salt Lake. That game will be the first of 34 regular season games that the club plays during the 19th season of Major League Soccer. This will be the fourth consecutive season in which the Galaxy and all MLS clubs play 17 home games and 17 road games during the regular season. The Galaxy will once again play three games against each Western Conference opponent during the regular season while also facing each of their 10 Eastern Conference opponents once.

Season tickets for the 2014 MLS season are on sale now, starting at just $250 or as low as $400 in the lower bowl of StubHub Center. Becoming a Galaxy Season Ticket Member gives fans the opportunity to see every Galaxy home game as well as number of additional benefits such as access to Town Hall meetings with Galaxy leaders, discounts on additional single game tickets, entrance into the club’s new Season Ticket Member loyalty program and much more as well as discounts at all TEAM LA locations and on select camps at the Galaxy Soccer Center in Torrance. For more information about becoming a Galaxy Season Ticket Member, please call 877-3GALAXY (342-5299) or visit

Of the Galaxy’s 34 regular season games, 19 will be shown on one of Major League Soccer’s national television partners, ESPN, NBC Sports and Univision. Eight games will be broadcast live on NBC or the NBC Sports Network while six games will be shown live on ESPN or ESPN2 as well as ESPN Deportes. Additionally, UniMas or Univision Deportes will broadcast five games nationally in Spanish, though those games will also be available locally in English on Time Warner Cable SportsNet.

Of the Galaxy’s 17 regular season home games, 13 will be played on the weekend with the club hosting nine Saturday matches and four Sunday games in addition to two Wednesday night games and two matches on Friday nights. The first of those Friday night games is the club’s annual July 4 game which will see LA host the Portland Timbers this year. This will be the 19th consecutive season in which the Galaxy host a game on Independence Day, making it the longest such stretch in American professional sports. That game will be the Galaxy’s first home game in nearly a month with Major League Soccer scheduling a two-week break in the regular season schedule for the start of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil with the Galaxy not playing a league game between June 9 and June 28. 

The Galaxy’s complete regular season schedule can be found below. The club’s complete local television broadcast schedules for Time Warner Cable SportsNet and Time Warner Cable Deportes, as well as local English and Spanish language radio schedules, will be announced at a later date.

You can see the full 2014 regular season schedule by going to


Home Dates by Day of the Week:         

Wednesday – 2          Friday – 3            Saturday – 8           Sunday – 4

Road Dates by Day of the Week:          

Wednesday – 2          Saturday – 9        Sunday – 6

Home Dates by Month:   

March - 2    April - 1       May - 2       June - 1      July - 3    August - 3      September - 3   October - 2

Road Dates by Month: 

March - 1    April - 2       May - 3       June - 2      July - 2    August - 3      September - 2   October - 2

Number of Games by Conference:

Vs. Western CONFERENCE (24 games)


Galaxy at Home

Galaxy Away

Chivas USA

June 8

April 6, August 31

Colorado Rapids

September 6

May 3, August 20

FC Dallas

May 21, September 20

October 12

Portland Timbers

July 4, August 2

May 11

Real Salt Lake

March 8, July 12

March 22

San Jose Earthquakes

August 8

June 28, September 14

Seattle Sounders FC

October 19

July 26, October 25

Vancouver Whitecaps FC

April 12, August 23

April 19


Vs. Eastern Conference (10 games)


Galaxy at Home

Galaxy Away

Chicago Fire


June 1

Columbus Crew


August 16

D.C. United

March 15


Houston Dynamo


May 17

Montreal Impact


September 10

New England Revolution

July 16


New York Red Bulls

September 28


Philadelphia Union

May 25


Sporting Kansas City


July 19

Toronto FC

October 4


Longest Homestand: Three Games (twice) – The Galaxy will have a pair of three game homestands in 2014 with the first spanning July 4 – July 16, when they host the Portland Timbers, Real Salt Lake and New England Revolution. The second will run from September 20 – October 4 and will see them face FC Dallas, the New York Red Bulls and Toronto FC.

Longest Road Trip: Four Games – From April 19 – May 17, the Galaxy will play away against Vancouver Whitecaps FC, the Colorado Rapids, Portland Timbers and Houston Dynamo for their longest road trip of the season.

18 of the Galaxy’s 34 regular season games will be available on national TV

  • 7 games will air on NBC or the NBC Sports Network
  • 6 games will air on ESPN or ESPN2 as well as on ESPN Deportes
  • 5 games will air on UniMás or Univision Deportes
  • Of the 18 nationally televised games, seven will see the Galaxy as the home side and 11 will feature the Galaxy as the visitors.