The complete league schedule is here.
The Galaxy schedule is here.
The Chivas USA schedule is here.
The national television schedule is here. A total of 17 Galaxy games will be televised nationally including the previously announced 2 p.m. March 3 opener in Carson against the Chicago Fire, which Univision will televise exclusively.
It’s the same 34-game format as last year.
Here’s more from MLS:
More than 90 percent of this year’s regular-season games are on weekends or holidays, and none will overlap directly with FIFA World Cup qualifying matches. During the summer months, most games will kick off no earlier than 4 pm local time in an effort to reduce the impact of hot weather.
All 323 matches will be televised live – 87 via national network partners ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, NBC, NBC Sports Network, Univision and UniMás in the United States.
NBC will broadcast three regular season games nationally: New York vs. D.C. United (March 16), Portland vs. Galaxy (Sept. 29) and D.C. United vs. Houston Dynamo, on the final day of the regular season (Oct. 27).
There is one new feature called Rivalry Week, which will see regional rivals face off in eight of the nine matches in week 3 of the 35-week season.
The Galaxy host Chivas USA that week at 2 p.m. Chivas USA hosts the next encounter at 2 p.m. June 23 with the final SuperClasico set for 2 p.m. Oct. 6.
Galaxy fans can pick out their seats at an open house Saturday.
MLS has given struggling Chivas USA an early season boost with four of their first five games at home.