Relive four of the greatest moments in LA Galaxy soccer history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2018 Regular Season vs LAFC - The Lion's debut
2014 MLS Cup Final vs New England - Another Cup
2012 MLS Cup Final vs Houston - Back-to-back
2002 MLS Cup Final vs New England - First Championship
These leatherette coasters are laser etched to reveal a vibrant silver foil. - Size: 4'' x 4'' x 0.15'' per coaster - Weight: 0.15lbs (4oz) - Stitched border
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2018 Regular Season
The Lion's debut
LA Galaxy vs LAFC
4 - 3
31 March, 2018
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored the equalizer and the winner in his debut for the LA Galaxy as the home team rallied from three goals down to beat LAFC 4-3.
2014 MLS Cup Final
LA Galaxy vs New England
2 - 1
7 December, 2014
Los Angeles was seeking their 5th MLS Cup championship and things were looking good after Gyasi Zardes scored in the 52nd. But New England battled back and evened the score in the 79th, forcing the game to go into extra time. 21 minutes into extra time, Los Angeles prevailed. Robbie Keane connected on a long ball from Marcelo Sarvas for the win. The win gave Los Angeles the most MLS Cups of any team.
2012 MLS Cup Final
LA Galaxy vs Houston
3 - 1
1 December, 2012
In Los Angeles's three previous MLS Cup championships they had never been down. In fact they'd never had a goal scored on them. But now defending their title in a rematch with Houston, Los Angeles was down a goal at halftime. In the 60th minute David Beckham's corner was cleared out of the box, but Los Angeles regained possession and played the ball back in. Omar Gonzalez connected on a cross from Juninho to tie the game. Goals from Landon Donovan and Robbie Keane sealed the win and gave Los Angeles back to back titles.
2002 MLS Cup Final
LA Galaxy vs New England
1 - 0
20 October, 2002
In Los Angeles's fourth trip to the MLS Cup Final they were determined to take home the cup. It took them two periods of extra time to do so, but they finally got their first championship. In the 113th minute Carlos Ruiz, Tyrone Marshall and Chris Albright mounted a counterattack. Albright struck a leading pass to Marshall who ran it down and sent a cross into the box. Ru?z one-touched the ball into the right of the net, giving Los Angeles their first championship.
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