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How and where to watch LA Galaxy vs Minnesota United on TV and livestream

LA Galaxy vs Minnesota United TV coverage and live streaming options

LA Galaxy face Minnesota United in a Western Conference match up, which has a key impact on playoff hopes. The Galaxy are reeling from a derby defeat to LAFC, and have gone three games without a win. Minnesota United are in a similar spot, the Loons have won just one of their last five picking up six points from a possible 15 available.

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Los Angeles Galaxy have been unable to get the better of their opponents from the far north since a 1-0 away win in 2021. The last time they won in California was four years ago, a 3-2 victory to kick off the 2019 season.

This fixture usually sees both teams scoring, something which has occurred three times in both sides’ previous five matches. It should make for an enthralling game and one worth staying up for or setting alarm clocks early.

The game will be played on Wednesday, September 20th at the Dignity Health Sports Park,  Carson, California with kick off scheduled for 19:30 local time, that’s, 22:30 ET, 03:30 BST/04:30 CET  (Thursday morning) and it will be 8am in India. Here is how and where to watch LA Galaxy vs Minnesota United.

How to watch in the UK

There are options to watch the game live in the  UK, and we will show you where to catch the highlights if you aren’t able to be up at 3:30am on a school night.

Apple TV (Live)

While some games are being shown free on Apple TV, this clash in California is only being offered to MLS Season Pass subscribers. The Season Pass is currently on offer for £14.99 per month and will include playoff games.

Major League Soccer YouTube (Highlights)

The Major League Soccer official YouTube channel shows bitesize highlights of all their games, it is usually online shortly after the game has concluded. This way you can catch the goals and key moments on Thursday morning.

LA Galaxy vs Minnesota United TV coverage and live streaming: International options


This Western Conference clash will be streamed live for MLS Season Pass subscribers on Apple TV in the US. It can be watched in both English and Spanish depending on your personal preference.

Existing Apple TV subscribers are able to add the Season Pass for an extra $12.99 per month, alternatively you will have to pay a monthly fee of $14.99 to catch the action.

Irish-born Keith Egan is calling the game in English and will be accompanied in the commentary box by a Minnesota United expert in Kyndra de St. Aubin. For Spanish-language viewers the assigned announcers are Adrián Garcia-Márquez and Chilean native Francisco Pinto.

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The Apple TV deal with the MLS extends around the world including India, so the MLS Season Pass is the best option to see the teams play. Some games will be offered for free each matchday, but this game is only available to subscribers.

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