ryan Alfaro was scrolling through social media, he noticed that one of his college grad school friends shared an article she wrote for CALÓ NEWS. Intrigued by the story, Alfaro visited the website and soon realized he had an interest in CALÓ NEWS. As a follower of CALÓ NEWS’s Instagram, Alfaro noticed that CALÓ NEWS was giving away two tickets to a Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) game. To be eligible for the drawing, website visitors and readers had to sign up and subscribe to the news site’s newsletter. Alfaro decided to give it a shot.
On June 24, McDonald’s of Southern California and Street Soccer USA partnered up last month with local non-profit organizations to bring LA Street Soccer Fest to children living in underserved areas of Los Angeles County’s District 15.
The experience in the Bank of Montreal (BMO) Stadium during a Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) match is like no other. The beating of the drums and the howling crowd will move your soul. The energy of the people adorned in the black and gold LAFC uniforms is unmatched. These are no ordinary fans. They are supporters of the club, and they are the organized force that stands behind their team until their last breath and who cheer for them win or loss with the goal of global recognition.
The 3252 is an “Independent Supporters Union for the Los Angeles Football Club of Major League Soccer. It encompasses a growing number of affiliate supporter groups and independent supporters who support LAFC for 90+ minutes, at home, away and bring the atmosphere where ever we go,” according to its website. The overall purpose is to unite and support LAFC’s supporter groups or fan clubs and to create a dynamic and diverse active universe inside and outside the stadium. The name 3252 comes from the total number of seats in the BMO stadium LAFC section, which is 3,252.
At a young age, Lilly Travieso became fascinated with the world of sports, specifically softball. As she began playing the sport throughout her early years in grade school, she soon realized she wanted to continue pursuing softball at higher and more competitive levels. She was eager to play the sport in college.
Ron Gonzales writes about the meaning of baseball to the Mexican American community in the South Bay.