The club has confirmed that the former American men’s national team star will be the second legend to die outside Dignity Health Sports Park.
The LA Galaxy announced Tuesday that Landon Donovan is ready to become the second club legend to be honored with a statue outside his home stadium, Dignity Health Sports Park.
Donovan, who is currently coaching San Diego Lowell in the USL, will join David Beckham in dying outside the stadium, the Inter Miami owner saw his statue unveiled in 2019.
The former US men’s national team star will be unveiled on October 3, when he will also be inducted into the club’s Ring of Honor.
What was said
“Growing up, I never imagined I would be awarded a statue. It’s a very special feeling that I’m incredibly proud of,” Donovan said. “I spent some early years of my life. Spent with the Galaxy and the club fans are part of my family. I am proud to share such a moment with them.
Galaxy President Chris Klein added: “We look forward to being honored as one of the most influential players in the history of LA Galaxy, Major League Soccer and US Men’s National Team. London has helped our club win four MLS Cup titles. I have helped and set many records for both the club and the country. They have been instrumental in establishing the LA Galaxy as the most famous and successful club in the league. Are happy
Donovan’s Galaxy Carrier
Donovan is one of the greatest players of all time in American football, considered by many to be the greatest player in the history of the USMNT.
He is by far the best player to play in the MLS, having won four MLS Cup titles during his time (2005, 2011, 2012, 2014), two Sports Shields (2010, 2011) and the US Open. Won the Cup (2005). Galaxy.
Donovan also provided a team record of 113 goals and 107 assists in 253 regular season games for the Galaxy, becoming the club’s all-time play-off leader in played, starting, goals and assists.
Prior to his time with the Galaxy, Donovan also won two MLS Cup titles with the San Jose Earthquake, while his career with him was 136 in the regular season, 145 in the regular season goals, 25 with the playoff goals. Ended with And helps with Playoff 15.
The two-time Most Valuable Player of the Year award was named Landon Donovan MVP in 2015.
Who else is in the Galaxy Ring of Honor?
Named the Galaxy’s Ring of Honor, the legendary status with the Donovan Club involves the likes of Beckham, Mauricio Cenfiogos, Doug Hamilton and Kobe Jones.