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2011 MLS Cup MVP Landon Donovan has taken a short loan spell in England but will be back scoring goals with the Galaxy during the 2012 season. Donovan scored the winning goal of the MLS Cup final and will be back to try and lead his team once again to MLS glory.

Rep the back-to-back defending MLS Cup champs in LA Galaxy's new 2013 away jersey!

New for 2013, the Galaxy's away jersey features three silver championship stars honoring the team's previous MLS titles, and one gold star to represent last year's championship. The embossed quasar art that is on the home kit's sash is highlighted on the right shoulder and left hem. "GALAXY" is screened under the back collar, with "LA" highlighted for an extra touch of hometown pride.

MLS patch is heat-pressed on the right sleeve.

ClimaCool and ForMotion technologies keep Galaxy fans cool and comfortable.

100% polyester. Imported.


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