Here is the complete head to head statistics of Los Angles Galaxy vs New England Resolution. LA Galaxy soccer team is known as Los Galacticos & NE Revolutions are called as Revs as their nicknames. LA Galaxy is one the the ten charter clubs of MLS, and one of the league’s most decorated clubs, along with D.C. United. NE Revolution is currently owned by Robert Kraft, who also owns the New England Patriots along with his son, Jonathan Kraft who is a major investor of the club. The reason behind the name “Revolution” is its reference of England’s involvement in American Revolution. Check out the full head to head stats of LA Galaxy vs NE Revolution right over here.
LA Galaxy vs NE Revolution Head to Head Stats
|Stats||Los Angles Galaxy||New England Revolution|
|Goals per match||1.34||1.6|
|MLS Trophies||4 Times Winners||4 Times Runners-up|
So far, both team faced each other in twenty nine games in Major League Soccer. Out of these 29 head to head games, the California based soccer club have registered ten wins with loss of thirteen games and six draws. In terms of total goals, New England Revolution have scored total of forty eight goals, whereas their rivals have netted 39 times. Given below are the results of all historical matches between these two teams. Have a look.
|Date||LA Galaxy||NE Revolution|
New York Red Bulls are considered as one of the biggest rivals of NE Revolution. In last years, the England club have built rivalries with fellow Eastern Conference teams D.C. United and Chicago Fire. These three teams have faced each other on numerous occasions in the playoffs. In a poll on the club’s official site, NE fans consider the Chicago Fire the Revs’ most bitter rival as the clubs have clashed many times in the MLS playoffs and regular season.
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California Clasico and Super Clasico are the biggest rivalries of LA Galaxy soccer clubs. Their chief rival is the the San Jose Earthquakes, which is known by the fans and media as the California Clasico. It is considered by many, the longest running rivalry in American Soccer. Their other naming rivals were C.D. Chivas USA, whom they competed within the L.A. Derby.
On 7 December 2014, both teams will play the final match of Major League Soccer. It will be their thirtieth meeting in this competition that is to be played on at StubHub Center, Carson, Calif stadium.