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Vote: Best LA Galaxy jersey, 2014-20

Which look is your favorite?

MLS: LA Galaxy at Houston Dynamo Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Here it is, the bracket for the final round of LA Galaxy jerseys in history, this one for the most recent looks.

We’ll run through all of the looks as a refresher and then you can vote on the winner of this batch, which will be part of the all-time Galaxy jersey semifinals.

Without further ado...


SOCCER: NOV 09 MLS - Western Conference Semifinal - Real Salt Lake at Galaxy Photo by Seth Sanchez/Icon Sportswire/Corbis/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

I’ve been very clear on how much I like sashes, and while I generally dislike sashes being interrupted by blank space for jersey sponsors, I think the fact this sash is divided up into a bunch of smaller lines makes the break more natural. The subtle yellow trim is terrific, too, and this is one of my favorite looks in Galaxy history, to be honest.


MLS: AUG 28 Galaxy at Earthquake Photo by Roy K. Miller/Icon Sportswire/Corbis/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Continuing a very consistent trend after the color change, the secondary jersey here is very blue, with even the three stripes blending with the jersey color, only a bit of trim in yellow at the bottom and on the sleeves. I do think this blue design is a nice palate cleanser, but it is, um, part of a line of very clean jerseys.


Audi 2016 MLS Cup Playoff Semifinal - Colorado Rapids v Los Angeles Galaxy Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images

This sash is a direct descendant of the 2003-04 secondary, a white kit with a green/yellow sash. Kind of a bummer “Nutrition” was added to the sponsor plate, because it takes up way more real estate.


MLS Soccer - Los Angeles Galaxy v Minnesota United

The variation of the blue secondary is minor, with the previously yellow trim going blue, and “Nutrition” added and put in yellow for more contrast.


Vancouver Whitecaps FC v Los Angeles Galaxy Photo by Shaun Clark/Getty Images

This primary jersey was inspired by a similar design in 2006, with a main stripe accented by narrow strips on either side. Have to say, I like this sash better than the two-tone one before it.


Los Angeles Galaxy v Real Salt Lake Photo by Chris Gardner/Getty Images

Changes came for what’s the current secondary jersey. In essence, it’s vertical stripes in two tones of blue, which is a nice change of pace after all the basic blue alternates, and if you see it up close, the vertical stripes have a random “glitch” design in the stomach area to offer something different besides regular vertical stripes.


Vancouver Whitecaps v Los Angeles Galaxy Photo by Shaun Clark/Getty Images

I think among the new jersey designs this year, the Galaxy’s was one of the best. The sash became a silver handpainted one, presumably to reflect the silver anniversary of the Galaxy and MLS, matched by the giant silver stripes over one shoulder. I admire Adidas finally doing something different, and while I think this isn’t the greatest jersey ever, I think this is a solid design for the Galaxy.


So which jersey gets your vote? Cast your ballot and tell use why you picked the one you did in the comments below.


Which LA Galaxy jersey was best between 2014-20?

This poll is closed

  • 28%
    2014-15 primary (white with blue gradient sash)
    (14 votes)
  • 8%
    2015-16 secondary (blue with yellow trim at ends)
    (4 votes)
  • 14%
    2016-17 primary (white with two-tone sash)
    (7 votes)
  • 6%
    2017-18 secondary (blue with blue trim)
    (3 votes)
  • 20%
    208-19 primary (white with blue sash and yellow outlines)
    (10 votes)
  • 12%
    2019-20 secondary (blue vertical stripe glitch pattern)
    (6 votes)
  • 10%
    2020 primary (white with silver sash, giant three stripes)
    (5 votes)
49 votes total Vote Now