List of Los Angeles Galaxy seasons

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Cobi Jones, was twice the leading goalscorer for the Galaxy, and a member of the squad that won the 2000 CONCACAF Champions' Cup, the Galaxy's first honor in franchise history.

The Los Angeles Galaxy are an American soccer club based in the Greater Los Angeles suburb of Carson, California, which competes in Major League Soccer, the top tier soccer league in the United States and Canada. Among MLS clubs, the Galaxy are the second most decorated club. In terms of American soccer clubs of all-time, the Galaxy are the third most decorated club in American soccer history, amassing a total of nine major trophies (be it a World, Continental, League Premiership, League Championship or National Championship). Since 2003 the team has played in The Home Depot Center, located on the campus California State University, Dominguez Hills in Carson, California. Prior to that, the club played in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.

Background[edit]

Key[edit]

Champions Runners-up Third place Last place

Seasons[edit]

Year MLS Regular season Position MLS Cup
Playoffs
US Open
Cup
North America / Other Top scorer[A] Goals
P W L T GF GA Pts Conf. Overall
1996 32 19 13 0[A] 59 49 49 1st 2nd RU Ecuador Eduardo Hurtado 21
1997 32 16 16 0 55 44 44 2nd 4th C-SF Champions' Cup RU Brazil Wélton 11
1998 32 24 8 0 85 44 68 1st 1st C-F United States Cobi Jones 19
1999 32 20 12 0 49 29 54 1st 2nd RU QF Champions' Cup PR Mexico Carlos Hermosillo
United States Cobi Jones
8
2000 32 14 10 8 47 37 50 2nd 5th SF[B] SF Champions' Cup W United States Cobi Jones 7
2001 26 14 7 5 52 36 47 1st 3rd RU W Mexico Luis Hernández 8
2002 28 16 9 3 44 33 51 1st 1st W RU Guatemala Carlos Ruiz 24
2003 30 9 12 9 35 35 36 4th 8th C-SF SF Champions' Cup QF Guatemala Carlos Ruiz 15
La Manga Cup 3rd
Peace Cup GS
2004 30 11 9 10 42 40 43 2nd 2nd C-F R4 Guatemala Carlos Ruiz 11
2005 32 13 13 6 44 45 45 4th 9th W W United States Landon Donovan 12
2006 32 13 13 6 44 45 45 5th 9th RU Champions' Cup QF United States Landon Donovan 12
2007 32 11 15 6 37 37 39 5th 11th R3 SuperLiga RU United States Landon Donovan 8
2008 30 8 13 9 55 62 33 5th 11th QR1 Pan-Pacific Championship 3rd United States Landon Donovan 20
2009 30 12 6 12 36 31 48 1st 2nd RU QR1 Pan-Pacific Championship RU United States Landon Donovan 12
2010 30 18 7 5 44 26 59 1st 1st C-F QF Champions League PR United States Edson Buddle 17
2011 34 19 5 10 48 28 67 1st 1st W QF Champions League QF United States Landon Donovan 12
2012 34 16 12 6 59 47 54 4th 8th W R3 Champions League SF Republic of Ireland Robbie Keane 16
2013 34 15 11 8 53 38 53 3rd 5th C-SF R3 Champions League QF Republic of Ireland Robbie Keane 16
2014 34 17 7 10 69 37 61 2nd 2nd W R5 Republic of Ireland Robbie Keane 19
2015 34 14 11 9 56 46 51 5th 9th KR QF Champions League QF Republic of Ireland Robbie Keane 25
2016 34 12 6 16 54 39 52 3rd 6th C-SF SF Mexico Giovani dos Santos 16

Note: Before 2000, MLS matches that ended tied went into a shootout. Between 2000 and 2003, MLS matches that were tied after 90 minutes went into a 10-minute golden goal overtime, ending in a tie if no goals were scored.

Footnotes[edit]

A. ^ From 1996 until 1999, tied games were decided by a golden goal, culminating with a shootout