LOS ANGELES — The burgeoning relationship between Major League Soccer and Liga MX — the top soccer league in Mexico — has taken another big step.
Executives of the two leagues — MLS commissioner Don Garber and Liga MX executive president Enrique Bonilla — formally announced Wednesday at Banc of California Stadium that the 2020 MLS All-Star Game will be played at the home stadium of Los Angeles FC and will feature star players from both leagues pitted against each other for the first time. The game will be played on July 29.
Los Angeles is a logical choice to host the first of these all-star games given the prominent population in the area of people of Mexican heritage. The first major player signing for LAFC,