10 Facts About Los Angeles Galaxy

1. Los Angeles Galaxy replaced the Galaxy's original mascot, "Twizzle", who looked like it was from outer space but was more humanoid in form, wearing a space-man's helmet and cape.

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2. Los Angeles Galaxy has dark blue skin with yellow eyebrows and white eyes matching the Galaxy's home uniform colors.

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3. From 2005 to 2014, the Los Angeles Galaxy shared the stadium with their now-defunct league rivals Chivas USA, with whom they competed for the SuperClasico.

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4. In 2003, the Los Angeles Galaxy moved to the StubHub Center, on the campus of California State University, Dominguez Hills in Carson, California, approximately ten miles south of downtown Los Angeles.

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5. The Los Angeles Galaxy played 10 games in total at Titan Stadium; the US Open Cup Final was held there in 2001 when the Galaxy won the tournament.

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6. The Los Angeles Galaxy have the highest annual revenue of any MLS team, the third highest revenue of any CONCACAF team, and the seventh highest revenue of any team in the Americas.

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7. Los Angeles Galaxy finished the 2013 season third in the Western Conference.

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8. In 2010, the Los Angeles Galaxy stayed at the top of the table and won the Supporters' Shield, the first time MLS played a balanced schedule.

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9. The Los Angeles Galaxy ended up second in their conference by losing to the Dallas Burn.

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10. Los Angeles Galaxy was founded in 1994 and is owned by Anschutz Entertainment Group.

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