How To Watch and Match Preview: Los Angeles Galaxy vs. San Jose Earthquakes

SJ Earthquakes and LA Galaxy Gear Up for the 100th Showdown in an Epic Soccer Duel in Major League Soccer
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Few rivalries compare to the intensity of the clash between San Jose Earthquakes and LA Galaxy. This Sunday marks a historic moment: the 100th encounter between these giants of American soccer, known as the California Clásico.

The Earthquakes, following a bitter home defeat against the Colorado Rapids, are hungry for redemption. The recent loss has left Quakes fans thirsty for a win, and nothing would be sweeter than claiming three points against their arch-rival, LA Galaxy. With an attack led by Jeremy Ebobisse and the return of Preston Judd to Carson, the San Jose team is eager to challenge recent history and surprise the skeptics.

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LA Galaxy enters the fray buoyed by a convincing away victory against the Vancouver Whitecaps FC. With Dejan Joveljić leading the frontline and an unbeaten streak of five games in the regular season against the Earthquakes, the Galaxy is confident in maintaining its dominant position in the showdown.

For those preferring the home experience, the game will be broadcast globally on Apple TV's MLS Season Pass and nationally on FS1. Additionally, listeners can tune in to English on AM 810 The Spread or in Spanish on AM 1370 La Kaliente.

Ahead of the kickoff, fans can enjoy a series of activities and events at Galaxy Park, including live music from DJ Z-Trip and the opportunity to meet legendary former players like Alan Gordon and Sean Franklin.

Initiatives like the "Protect the Pitch" program demonstrate LA Galaxy's ongoing commitment to the local community and environmental sustainability. With the implementation of the California Redemption Value (CRV), fans are encouraged to recycle cans and bottles during games, with all proceeds going back to local schools in Carson.