LAFC and MLS reveal 2022 LAFC regular season schedule
The 2022 LAFC regular season schedule was revealed today in an announcement by LAFC and Major League Soccer. The 34-game schedule will be the Black & Gold’s fifth season in the MLS.
LAFC travels across the country for the first time this season on March 12 to face Inter Miami at 10:30 AM PT, broadcasted on Univision. Other important matchups on the 2022 LAFC regular season schedule include the crosstown rival LA Galaxy on April 9 at Dignity Health Sports Park and July 8 at Banc of California Stadium. LAFC’s first encounter with 2022 MLS expansion team Charlotte FC will be at home on August 13.
The 2022 LAFC regular season schedule also includes eight matches against Eastern Conference. Those featured are Philadelphia (May 7), New York Red Bulls (June 26), and DC United (August 17). On April 24, LAFC will set foot in Cincinnati for the first time to face the Orange and Blue. Sixteen 2022 LAFC regular season games will be broadcast nationwide, including three on ABC, three on ESPN, one on FOX, four on FS1, and five on Univision/UniMas. View the full 2022 schedule here.
Fans can acquire pre-sale access to 2022 LAFC regular season single match tickets by filling out the single game request form on the Single Match Tickets website. This will ensure a chance to get these tickets when they go live on sale.
2022 LAFC Season Memberships are the best option for fans to guarantee a seat for all 17 home games at Banc of California Stadium. Preferred ticket pricing, access to member-only events, discounts on merch, and more are all included in the membership benefits. Visit the LAFC Season Membership page for more information and to secure a deposit for the 2022 LAFC regular season.
To time with the 2022 international soccer calendar, the regular season for the MLS will start earlier than ever by kicking off on Saturday, February 26. The regular season will end on Decision Day on Sunday October 9. This year’s broadcast schedule features the largest network coverage in MLS history, spanning 48 matches across the TV networks.