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The general public got acquainted with Robbie Rogers in May when he became the first openly gay male athlete to compete in a North American professional sports league. Soccer fans have long known him as the talented, speedy winger eager to dribble at opponents and play in a telling cross. Rogers, who has 18 caps with the US Men's National Team and has played in the Dutch Eredevisie and the English Championship, is regaining his best form with the LA Galaxy, inspiring hope among youth and fear among defenders.

Cheer for the LA Galaxy in their official third jersey from adidas. This new jersey was designed with the help of the Galaxy's own fans. Through the Galaxy's Facebook page, fans were encourage to pick the team's new alternate kit. This is the design they chose.

This look is a throwback to the club's inaugural season with bold details and unique look.

This jersey has the LA Galaxy team badge, adidas logo and kit sponsor on the front.

Polyester with ClimaLite moisture control.


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