2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
11-6-7, 3rd in Major League Soccer
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Ramirez scores twice as LAFC blanks RSL

Christian Ramirez tallied two goals in his first start for his new team, lifting LAFC to a 2-0 home victory over Real Salt Lake on Wednesday night.

LAFC 2-0 Real Salt Lake: Superman makes his mark (1:25)
LAFC 0-2 Sporting KC: Huge road win (2:12)
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SKC deals LAFC first loss in home stadium

Sporting Kansas City became the first team to beat LAFC at home in Banc of California Stadium with a 2-0 MLS Western Conference victory on Saturday.

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6dJeff Carlisle

No sanctions after Diomande's racism allegation

The U.S. Soccer Federation, citing insufficient evidence, will not levy any sanctions in an alleged instance of racial abuse in the U.S. Open Cup.

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7dArch Bell, U.S. soccer writer

Breaking down the big MLS trade deadline moves

The MLS trade deadline passed with four notable deals including Christian Ramirez swapping Minnesota United for LAFC. Here's how they went down.

MLS: 36 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
NY Red Bulls 2-1 LAFC: Royer at the double (1:55)
Ale's Midseason 'You Know It, You Love It' MLS Awards (6:13)
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13dAssociated Press

LAFC's Kaye out 4-6 months after surgery

Los Angeles FC midfielder Mark-Anthony Kaye will be sidelined for four to six months after undergoing surgery to repair his broken left ankle,

Vela: I preferred basketball, but was better at football (3:10)
Vela: Every weekend is showtime in MLS (1:29)
Vela treating every LAFC match like a final (2:07)
MLS: 51 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
Hislop: Horta's back pass 'oddest decision I've ever seen' (2:16)
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20dMatt Pentz, U.S. soccer writer

LAFC still a work in progress, but potential is there

LAFC has already progressed so far and in many ways, they're ahead of schedule. Add a little seasoning, and the club could really be onto something.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, when asked if it bothered him to get booed at Banc of California Stadium: "If I'm honest, this stadium is too small for me. I'm used to playing in front of 80,000. And when 80,000 whistle to you, then you get on your toes and you start to do the real work. But when 20,000 whistle you, are not cheering you, it's like when I'm doing a training. With all due respect."

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

LAFC's Carlos Vela said his team gave up a goal to cut its lead in half and basically got scared. "Everybody's like, ‘I don't want the ball,'" Vela said. "If we would've played five more minutes, we would've lost for sure. This is not the way to beat a great team."

RankingsMajor League Soccer

Goal Difference85th
Goals Scored474th
Goals Conceded39Tied-11th