South Windsor, CT (PRWEB) November 21, 2012
MLS Cup final tickets have LA Galaxy’s name on them once again, as the California soccer club reaches its second final in as many years. The Galaxy will play the Houston Dynamo on December 1st, 2012, at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California earning the home field advantage after accruing a higher points total than their opponent. A major reason for high Galaxy tickets sales is the announcement Monday from David Beckham that the game will be his last for the team. Everyone wants to see Becks play one more time, be they the man in the street or Hollywood celebrities. The 2012 MLS final is a repeat of the 2011 game, as the two sides met at the same stadium last year with the Galaxy emerging victorious with a slender 1-0 win. The 2012 MLS final will feature a full-strength Houston side, unlike the 2011 version that didn't include captain Brad Davis due to a quadriceps strain. The Galaxy was able to unleash the collective talents of Beckham, Donovan and newcomer Robbie Keane on the Dynamo. In retrospect, the Dynamo fared very well against this world class strike force. The Galaxy very nearly didn't make it this year after almost losing a 3-0 first leg aggregate lead in Seattle on Sunday in the Western Conference final. The Sounders were 2-0 to the better, before a Keane penalty put the game beyond their reach for a 4-2 aggregate win. The Dynamo also enjoyed a 4-2 aggregate win over DC United to claim the Eastern Conference final Sunday. Both teams have good reason to feel confident about the December 1st matchup, but David Beckham will be looking to exit in style with the help of his teammates.
Having played a lead role in the recent popularizing of MLS, Beckham said, "I’ve had an incredibly special time playing for the LA Galaxy, however, I wanted to experience one last challenge before the end of my playing career." The soccer world is now abuzz with questions regarding where and what that challenge is, but Beckham stated he would still be involved with MLS. "I don’t see this as the end of my relationship with the league as my ambition is to be part of the ownership structure in the future," he said. No doubt this is good news for MLS Commissioner Don Garber, who praised Beckham's effect on the way MLS is now perceived in the US and beyond. The relatively small capacity of 27,000 means tickets to this monumental game at the Home Depot Center are at a premium. Ticket Liquidator currently shows MLS Cup final tickets ranging from $70+ all the way to tickets costing almost $1,000 to sit up amongst the Hollywood deities. David Beckham's last game - the MLS Cup final - is set to be a classic.
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