- Address: 18400 Avalon Boulevard, Carson
- Country: United States
- Capacity: 27,000
- Opened: 1 June 2003
- Main use: American football, football
- Tenants: LA Galaxy (football)
Extra stadium info – Dignity Health Sports Park Soccer Stadium
The construction of the Dignity Health Sports Park Soccer Stadium started in 2002. It opened under a different name. The construction costs of the stadium were $150 million. Several sports clubs and former sports clubs used the venue for home games. The Los Angeles Chargers, one of the major American football clubs in the world, played numerous home games at the stadium. They are members of the National Football League.
The LA Galaxy
The LA Galaxy use the venue for home games. The football club was founded in 1994. The LA Galaxy, one of the first sports clubs from California with 1 million followers on its main social media page, played their first-ever Major League Soccer match in 1996. 69,000 people attended the game in Pasadena. The LA Galaxy drew an average home attendance of 28,000 in their first-ever Major League Soccer season. In 2000, they were crowned football champions of North America for the first time in their history. The LA Galaxy also won the MLS Cup various times. They won their first MLS Cup in 2002 after defeating the New England Revolution in Foxborough in front of 61,000 spectators.
The LA Galaxy made international headlines by signing the world famous English football star David Beckham from Real Madrid in 2007. He became one of the first athletes in the world with 10 million followers on his main social media page. David Beckham played professional football for several clubs. He started his professional career with Manchester United. Later, Beckham played for the Preston North End and Real Madrid before he moved to the LA Galaxy in 2007. He also played for AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain before he ended his professional career in 2013. Beckham also played various FIFA World Cup matches for the national football team of England.