LA Galaxy to host 4th Annual Pride Night on June 24

LA Galaxy will celebrate the LGBTQ community of Los Angeles with their 4th Annual Pride Night at StubHub Center on Saturday, June 24, as part of the Galaxy’s home match against Sporting KC, presented by Hotel Tonight (7:30 p.m. PT, Spectrum SportsNet, Spectrum Deportes). Covenant House has been chosen as the Community Partner of the Match.

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Supporters that arrive early will receive a free #GalaxyPride rally towel, available to the first 15,000 fans inside StubHub Center. Early arrivers will see LA Galaxy players prepare for the match in limited edition Pride warm up tops, available for auction via the LA Galaxy Foundation. Rainbow corner flags, rainbow lights and rainbow confetti will be on display to compliment the evening’s festivities. Additional details will be announced leading up to the match.

Pride Night tickets start at $19.50, with a Pride Night scarf included in every fans’ purchase when they buy through

LA Galaxy defender and Major League Soccer’s first ever openly gay player, Robbie Rogers, will host an exclusive meet and greet for the first 50 VIP ticket buyers, available for purchase here. The event will be held prior to the match, with food and drink provided and a portion of the proceeds benefiting the non-profit youth homeless shelter, Covenant House.

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Covenant House has been chosen as the Community Partner of the Match. LA Galaxy and Covenant House will host an in-game drive collecting essential toiletries such as deodorant, bar soap, body wash, shaving cream or toothpaste. Items will be collected outside each stadium entrance from 5:45-8 p.m.

Covenant House California (CHC) is a non-profit youth homeless shelter that provides sanctuary and support for homeless and trafficked youth, ages 18-24. They believe that no young person deserves to be homeless; that every young person in California deserves shelter, food, clothing, education. Now serving over 1,800 youth a year, CHC has served over 186,000 homeless youth since we’ve opened our doors. CHC provides a full continuum of services to meet the physical, emotional, educational, vocational, and spiritual well-being of young people, in order to provide them with the best chance for success in independence.

To support Covenant House of California and celebrate the LGBTQ community of Los Angeles, purchase your tickets for LA Galaxy’s 4th Annual Pride Night here.