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Real Salt Lake Welcome LA Galaxy To Utah Seeking Home Momentum


SANDY, Utah (Tuesday, May 30, 2023) – Real Salt Lake (4-6-4, 16 pts., 11th West) continues a fifth consecutive three-game week Wednesday at home, hosting Major League Soccer’s LA Galaxy (2-9-3, 9 pts, 14th West) in one of several midweek MLS Matchday 16 contests. RSL owns a 10W-5L-8T all-time home mark against the Galaxy, outscoring the original LA side 44-31 in 18 previous seasons, including an active four-game unbeaten run that has seen RSL win three and draw one since the last Galaxy win in Sandy in 2019.

Kickoff between RSL and the Galaxy begins at 7:30p MT on the Apple MLS Season Pass w/ Mark Rogondino and Brian Dunseth (ENG) & Diego Pessolano and Carlos Ruiz (SPN); for local coverage, tune in at 7:00p MT for KSL Radio pre-game w/ David James & Jay Nolly via / 1280 AM / 97.5 FM and / 1160 AM).

RSL returns home for the first time in two weeks after earning two wins and a draw at Colorado and Minnesota prior to Memorial Day, as last Wednesday’s 1-0 road win against Rocky Mountain Cup rival Colorado earned RSL hosting rights for the upcoming 2023 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Quarterfinal on June 7 agaist the Galaxy. RSL will travel to Austin FC this weekend, while Saturday, June 10 sees New York City FC arrive on the Wasatch Front. Tickets for all RSL home games can be found at

Real Salt Lake v LA Galaxy – MLS Matchday 16

America First Field – Sandy, UT

Wednesday, May 31, 2023 – 7:30p MT

2023 Records: Real Salt Lake (4-6-4, 16 pts, 11th West); LA Galaxy (2-9-3, 9 pts, 14th West)


Real Salt Lake (4-6-4, 16 pts., 11th West) now focuses on recapturing its legendary home form, as three of its next four matches will be played on Utah soil – where RSL historically has earned nearly 2.00 points per game with a .700 winning percentage – after Head Coach Pablo Mastroeni’s side earned seven road points in three away games last week.

Since April 8, RSL has recorded six wins, two losses and four draws in its last 12 games across multiple competitions, as the four games to be played between now and June 10 will push the slate of schedule congestion to 15 games in 48 days across MLS and Open Cup action, during which Mastroeni and the RSL staff have used 25 different players.