Where To Buy 2021 Los Angeles FC Tickets
Single-game tickets on the primary market for Los Angeles FC are available via Ticketmaster. Tickets for full-capacity games went go on sale on Wednesday, June 9th.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free Los Angeles FC tickets which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deemed unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites.
How Much Are Los Angeles FC Tickets
On the secondary market, ticket prices start between $85 and $100 for most LAFC home games, and prices can go as high as $300+ for seats on the lower level sidelines at midfield. One outlier is their highest-demand game, the August 28th clash against the LA Galaxy, which has a get-in price of $276. Prices for that game go as high as $728.
Los Angeles FC Season Tickets
Full-season memberships are available via the team site and Ticketmaster, and fans can place non-refundable deposits now to get priority access to select Membership seats in 2021. Deposits are priced at $100 (Upper Level), $200 (Lower Level), and $300 (Club Level). Deposits give fans immediate access to limited Membership benefits, the date of your deposit will determine the order of your seat selection, and once placed, a representative from the team will reach out with more information.
Los Angeles FC Attendance Policy
LAFC today announced recently that Banc of California Stadium will return to full capacity for all LAFC home matches beginning Saturday, June 19 when they host the Houston Dynamo.
Los Angeles FC 2021 ScheduleSaturday, Apr 17 (FOX) Austin LAFC 2:30 PM
Saturday, May 1 (UNIV) Houston Houston 12:30 PM
Saturday, May 8 (FOX) Galaxy Galaxy 5:00 PM
Sunday, May 16 (FS1) Seattle Seattle 6:30 PM
Saturday, May 22 (Local) Colorado LAFC 7:30 PM
Saturday, May 29 (UnimÃ¡s) NYCFC LAFC 3:00 PM
Saturday, Jun 19 (UnimÃ¡s) Houston LAFC 8:00 PM
Wednesday, Jun 23 (Local) Dallas LAFC 7:30 PM
Saturday, Jun 26 (ESPN) Kansas City Kansas City 2:00 PM
Saturday, Jul 3 (Local) Real Salt Lake Real Salt Lake 7:00 PM
Wednesday, Jul 7 (Local) Austin Austin 6:00 PM
Saturday, Jul 17 (Local) Real Salt Lake LAFC 7:30 PM
Wednesday, Jul 21 (Local) Portland Portland 7:30 PM
Saturday, Jul 24 (LOCAL) Vancouver TBD 7:30 PM
Wednesday, Aug 4 (Local) Kansas City LAFC 7:30 PM
Sunday, Aug 8 (Local) San Jose San Jose 4:00 PM
Sunday, Aug 15 (ESPN) Atlanta Atlanta 1:00 PM
Saturday, Aug 21 (LOCAL) Vancouver TBD 7:00 PM
Saturday, Aug 28 (FOX) LA Galaxy LAFC 5:00 PM
Friday, Sep 3 (UnimÃ¡s) Kansas City LAFC 7:00 PM
Sunday, Sep 12 (Local) Real Salt Lake LAFC 7:30 PM
Wednesday, Sep 15 (Local) Austin Austin 6:00 PM
Sunday, Sep 19 (FS1) Portland Portland 3:00 PM
Saturday, Sep 25 (Local) San Jose San Jose 7:00 PM
Wednesday, Sep 29 (FS1) Portland LAFC 7:00 PM
Sunday, Oct 3 (ESPN) LA Galaxy Los Angeles 5:00 PM
Saturday, Oct 16 (UNIV) San Jose LAFC 12:30 PM
Wednesday, Oct 20 (Local) Dallas Dallas 5:00 PM
Saturday, Oct 23 (Local) Minnesota Minnesota 5:00 PM
Tuesday, Oct 26 (ESPN) Seattle LAFC 7:30 PM
Monday, Nov 1 (LOCAL) Vancouver TBD 7:30 PM
Sunday, Nov 7 (Local) Colorado Colorado 3:00 PM
Updated LAFC 2020 Schedule
Major League Soccer has revealed their schedule for the first phase of the return to play for the 2020 regular season. The continuation of the season will have three phases and see each team will play an additional 18 regular-season games, with the first phase having most teams play six matches against regional opponents. This phase will run through September 14th. The only exception to this is FC Dallas and Nashville SC who will play an additional three games to make up for those missed having to withdraw from the MLS is Back Tournament.
The regular season is set to run through November 8th. The playoffs, which will be expanded to 18 teams are scheduled to start on November 20th and run through December 12th. 10 teams in the East and 8 teams in the West will qualify due to the conferences currently being unbalanced with Nashville’s temporary placement in the Eastern Conference.
Phase 1 Schedule:
- Saturday, Aug. 22: LAFC vs. Galaxy (at Banc of California Stadium)
- Wednesday, Aug. 26: Real Salt Lake vs. LAFC (at Rio Tinto Stadium)
- Sunday, Aug. 30: Seattle Sounders vs. LAFC (at CenturyLink Field)
- Wednesday, Sept. 2: LAFC vs. San Jose Earthquakes (at Banc of California Stadium)
- Sunday, Sept. 6: Galaxy vs. LAFC (at Dignity Health Sports Park)
- Sunday, Sept. 13: LAFC vs. Portland Timbers (at Banc of California Stadium)
Phase 2 Schedule:
- Friday, Sept. 18 at Seattle Sounder, 7 p.m. PST (at CenturyLink Field)
- Wednesday, Sept. 23 vs. Vancouver Whitecaps, 7:30 p.m. PST(at Banc of California Stadium)
- Saturday, Sept. 27 vs San Jose Earthquakes, 7:30 p.m. PST (at Banc of California Stadium)
The rest of the schedule will be announced at a later date.
How Much Are 2020 Los Angeles FC Tickets
On the primary market, seats for the March 1 season opener against Inter Miami CF start at $120.45, including fees, for a seat in the 200-level sections. The priciest seat for the game is $284.60 in Section 128, Row A. The get-in price on the secondary market is $130 for up to 8 tickets in Section 216, Row P.
On the secondary market, the overall average asking price for a ticket to see Los Angeles FC is $111, making it the most expensive in the league. LAFC, which finished the 2019 regular season as the MLS’s best team, fell in the Western Conference Finals to the Settle Sounders. LAFC’s asking price increased $23 from last year, as the team looks to build on its successful 2019.
Los Angeles FC Season Tickets
Full-season memberships are no longer available for 2020, but fans can place a non-refundable deposit, which will be applied to a full-season membership. The deposit will allow waitlist members to access presales for playoff games and other events at Banc of California Stadium. In addition, members can enjoy 10% off at the LAFC HQ team store.
Los Angeles FC 2020 Schedule
- March 1: vs. Inter Miami
- March 8: vs. Philadelphia Union
- March 22: vs. Portland Timbers
- April 4: at FC Dallas
- April 11: at Vancouver Whitecaps FC
- April 18: vs. Real Salt Lake
- April 25: at Chicago Fire FC
- May 2: vs. Sporting Kansas City
- May 9: at San Jose Earthquakes
- May 16: vs. LA Galaxy
- May 24: vs. New York City FC
- May 30: vs. Houston Dynamo
- June 13: at Colorado Rapids
- June 17: vs. Minnesota United FC
- June 20: at Montreal Impact
- June 27: vs. Nashville SC
- July 5: at Sporting Kansas City
- July 8: vs. Colorado Rapids
- July 12: at Minnesota United FC
- July 19: at New York Red Bulls
- July 22: at Nashville SC
- July 25: at Seattle Sounders FC
- Aug. 2: vs. Seattle Sounders FC
- Aug. 7: vs. New England Revolution
- Aug. 12: at FC Cincinnati
- Aug. 16: at Atlanta United FC
- Aug. 23: at LA Galaxy
- Aug. 26: vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC
- Aug. 30: at Portland Timbers
- Sept. 13: vs. FC Dallas
- Sept. 16: at Houston Dynamo
- Sept. 20: vs. D.C. United
- Sept. 27: at San Jose Earthquakes
- Oct. 4: at Real Salt Lake
What can you bring into Banc of California Stadium
Items Allowed in the Stadium:
Fans may bring a clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC bag that does not exceed 12 x 6 x 12 inches or a one-gallon plastic storage bag. They can also bring a small clutch bag or purse approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap. Blankets and jackets are allowed, but they will be subject to being searched. Exceptions will be made for medically necessary items after proper inspection and Stadium Management approval
You can also view a PDF breakdown of their carry-in policy directly from the team here.
Abusive, foul or disruptive clothing, alcohol, illegal drugs, all bags, backpacks, and purses that are larger than 12 x 6 x 12 inches, animals (with the exception of service animals), any type of marketing collateral, balloons, balls, frisbees, markers, brooms, skateboards, roller blades, skates and clothing containing wires, batteries, or other electronic components. Other prohibited items can be found here. At the discretion of Banc of California Stadium Management, any other item determined to be prohibited.
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