The LA Galaxy advise fans attending Wednesday’s CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal match at StubHub Center to arrive early to beat traffic and grab parking.
It’s a school night at Cal State-Dominguez Hills, so there will be limited parking available. Fans are encouraged to carpool or take Uber. Those who don’t arrive by 6 p.m. risk missing the beginning of the 7 p.m. match, the Galaxy advise.
Wednesday’s game against Santos Laguna is the Galaxy’s first competitive match in 2016. The team opens MLS competition on March 6 at home against DC United.
The CCL schedule puts MLS teams at a disadvantage when it comes to the quarterfinals against Liga MX teams that are already seven weeks into the season.
“It is what it is,” Galaxy captain Robbie Keane said. “For any MLS team to win the CONCACAF [Champions League], it’s certainly going to be difficult. If anybody has a chance, it’s certainly us.”