Author: Trebor Tracy

Trebor joined Angels on Parade as a writer in 2020. Having covered soccer in Los Angeles since 2018, he has quickly become a trusted voice in the industry. Now Managing Editor, Trebor continues the work to keep Angels on Parade a trusted source for all things footy, in Los Angeles.

After the tough time out at the weekend, LAFC were back in action for some midweek madness, sporting some new kits as well. The black & gold were one of the few MLS teams to get a kit as part of the Vintage Collection in partnership with Adidas. In their LA Aztecs inspired look, the team looked to bounce back from their lates loss with a win over fellow top side in the West, Real Salt Lake. In a battle of top three teams, the winner would take their place atop the conference, for now. New Threads 🪡🧵 pic.twitter.com/nILMcdCMo9 —…

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They say hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, in the same vein, MLS hath no fury like an LAFC team looking to get back into the win column after a big loss. The most recent outing for the black & gold didn’t go how the team had hoped by any stretch. In the MLS Cup Final rematch, Columbus not only came away with another win over LAFC, but they did so in dominating fashion. Now, with the 5-1 drubbing dusted, and their behinds no longer red from the beating, the team focus on another rematch, this time against…

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Its an MLS Cup rematch at BMO this evening. LAFC are playing host to Columbus Crew, the Eastern Conference side that got the best of the black & gold to close out last season, lifting the championship and snapping the back-to-back dreams for Los Angeles. While the team don’t necessarily view this as revenge, everyone else does. More importantly, three points and keeping the unbeaten home record in 2024 are at stake against a very talented Crew side. Locked in 🔒 pic.twitter.com/zUa3OOhoX6 — LAFC (@LAFC) July 14, 2024 Crew came out like a team looking to prove last time was…

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It’s match day once again for LAFC, as they continue their last home stand before the summer break. July continues to be a big month for the black & gold who took center stage on the 4th, taking on rivals LA Galaxy in a win, and now, just nine days later, face off against the team that beat them in the MLS Cup Final last season. Columbus Crew make their return to Los Angeles to take on LAFC for the first time since 2018! That’s right, in the four previous matches the Crew has been at home for three. 24…

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US Open Cup action is back for LAFC tonight, as the team are back at home with a little unexpected rest. With their last match against Houston Dynamo being postponed due to weather – here is hoping all our Texas friends are safe – LAFC were able to sneak in an extra bit of rest as they prepare for the final few matches ahead of the Olympic Break and subsequent start of the Leagues Cup. A matchup against the Seattle Sounders awaits the winner of this USOC matchup. Chasing Hardware. Chasing History. #LAFC | @opencup pic.twitter.com/hg656Gube6 — LAFC (@LAFC) July…

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Angel City FC are at home, hosting East Coast rivals Gotham FC in what is the last NWSL match before the league takes a summer break for the 2024 Summer Olympics. While Angel City may not be sending anyone to the USWNT roster, they do have a few call-ups for tournaments surrounding the games as well as one Olympian in defender and Captain, Ali Riley, who is once again called to represent New Zealand. That said, going into the break riding the high of a result is exactly what this team need, and in the worst way. ¡Nos vemos mañana!…

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It was your typical summer’s night in Los Angeles. The air was warm, the breeze barely noticeable, the setting sun turned the skies a deep pink. A clear night aside from the occasional flashes from the fireworks being let off from the surrounding neighborhoods. The grass at Rose Bowl Stadium looked as pristine as ever. The stadium nestled in quiet Pasadena, once again serving as a battlefield for two teams looking to crown themselves as kings of Los Angeles. For LAFC, it was another chance to once again cement their place in the LA sports landscape. └A 🌹 pic.twitter.com/K2uVN1HTge —…

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Usually, there isn’t much to say about this matchup. We all know what it is when LAFC meet with their cross-town rivals, LA Galaxy. However this time, for what feels like the very first time since their meetings began, this match feels like it means more. For the first time both sides are playing at their peak, and for the most part both sides come into this one healthy. Throw in a 4th of July showdown under the lights of the Rose Bowl, and you have the makings of what is sure to be the most explosive chapter yet in…

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While it may seem like several seasons ago, it wasn’t not two months ago when LAFC looked like a team set for a season fighting amidst the bottom dwellers than a team looking to fight for top spot in MLS. Their road form was atrocious, their form at home wasn’t much better, their high paid stars looked disinterested at times, and the anxiety started to fill the air with every stumbling performance. But oh how fast it can all change in soccer, especially when you play in a league like the MLS. 📹 When Hugo and Denis heard the news…

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Its a tough test at home for Angel City FC, as they host undefeated side, Orlando Pride. The good news, they already have a result against this side from earlier on the year, when they got a hard earned point when on the road. Now, LA look to better that result with a massive win on what is Pride night for Angel City FC. Showing out with Pride! 💅#Volemos | #NWSL | #LAvORL | #AngelCityFC pic.twitter.com/ZVAasQ14ER — Angel City FC (@weareangelcity) June 30, 2024 Angel City came out with their foot on the gas. Not at all timid considering their…

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