The Galaxy will play their first match under new coach Curt Onalfo, Tuesday night at StubHub Center against Club Tijuana.
The match begins at 8 p.m.
Tijuana is currently tied with Pumas on nine points.
The Xolos have six Americans on the roster: defenders Michael Orozco and John Requejo, forward Amando Moreno and midfielders Joe Corona, Alejandro Guido and Paul Arriola.
Arriola played with the Galaxy from 2012-13.
It appears Galaxy coach Bruce Arena got his wish.
Arena, who had expressed interest in hosting the Mexican League champions at Home Depot Center, will lead the Galaxy against the Xolos at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 19 in Carson.
Don’t expect to see the club’s top players, however; Club Tijuana opens their Copa Libertadores campaign that same evening against Colombian club Millonarios.
Tickets for the game in carson are $10; season ticket holders receive a pair free.
Also, from the Galaxy: In addition to the game between the Galaxy and Club Tijuana, fans will be able to watch some of the two clubs’ top young talent in action for free as the Galaxy Academy U-18 side will face Tijuana’s U-18’s on Field #5 at The Home Depot Center starting at 4:30 p.m. Stadium gates will then open at 6 p.m. with Galaxy President Chris Klein, AEG Sports Chief Operating Officer Kelly Cheeseman and Galaxy General Manager and Head Coach Bruce Arena sitting down with fans for a town hall style meeting at the front of section 132 on the East side of the stadium, starting at 6:30 p.m.