2019 Los Angeles Football Club Roster

Major League Soccer (MLS)
Team Record: 21-4-9 - 72 points
Finishing 1st in MLS's Western Conference
Postseason: 1-1
Lost Conference Final
Coach: Bob Bradley (21-4-9)
Location: Los Angeles, California
Attendance: 378,265, Avg. 22,251 in 17 home dates
2019 Los Angeles Football Club Statistics

The Los Angeles Football Club of Major League Soccer ended the 2019 season with a record of 21 wins and 4 losses and 9 ties for 72 points finishing first in MLS's Western Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 1-1.

The Football Club scored 85 goals, most in the league. Los Angeles conceded 37 goals, the lowest total in the circuit. Carlos Vela netted 34 goals for the team, while Diego Rossi, Adama Diomande and Latif Blessing each tallied five or more also. Carlos Vela contributed 15 assists. Tyler Miller topped the squad with 18 wins and a team-best 0.67 goals against average, leading keepers with significant playing time.

Bob Bradley coached the team. The 2019 Los Angeles Football Club lost in the Conference Final.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Eduard AtuestaMJune 18, 19975'11"155Velez, Colombia
Lamar BatistaDMarch 7, 19986'5"180Waco, TX
Steven BeitashourDFebruary 1, 19875'10"170San Jose, CA
Tristan BlackmonFAugust 12, 1996Las Vegas, NV
Latif BlessingFDecember 30, 19965'7"104Accra, Ghana
Danilo da SilvaDNovember 26, 19866'1"154Campinas, Brazil
Adama DiomandeFFebruary 14, 19905'11"180Oslo, Norway
Phillip EjimaduGKAugust 31, 19996'2"215Minneapolis, MN
Mohamed El-MunirDApril 8, 19925'9"154Tripoli, Libya
Alejandro GuidoMMarch 22, 19945'11"170San Diego, CA
Niko HamalainenDMarch 5, 19975'9"163Miami, FL
Jordan HarveyDJanuary 28, 19845'11"170Mission Viejo, CA
Andre HortaMNovember 7, 19965'9"141Almada, Portugal
Dejan JakovicDJuly 16, 19856'2"186Karlovac, ON Croatia
Mark-Anthony KayeMDecember 2, 19946'2"154Toronto, ON
Tyler MillerGMarch 12, 19936'4"195Woodbury, NJ
Lee NguyenMOctober 7, 19865'8"150McKinney, TX
Diego PalaciosDJuly 12, 19995'7"143Guayaquil, Ecuador
Adrien PerezFOctober 13, 19956'0"170Ontario, CA
Javi PerezMMarch 29, 19965'9"163Valencia, Spain
Josh PerezFJanuary 21, 19985'5"140Montebello, CA
Christian RamirezFApril 4, 19916'2"187Garden Grove, CA
Brian RodriguezFMay 20, 20005'8"150Tranqueras, Uruguay
Diego RossiFMarch 5, 19985'7"146Montevideo, Uruguay
Eddie SeguraDFebruary 2, 19975'9"155Pereira, Colombia
Brewer ShaftFOctober 28, 19995'9"155Sacramento, CA
Pablo SisniegaGKJuly 7, 19956'3"175Mexico City, Mexico
Peter-Lee VassellMFebruary 3, 19985'11"130Sain James Parish, Jamaica
Carlos VelaFMarch 1, 1989Cancun, Mexico
Rodolfo ZelayaFJuly 3, 19885'9"154Usulutan, El Salvador
Walker ZimmermanDMay 19, 19936'3"185


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