The 2022 MLS Regular Season Week 3 game between the Seattle Sounders and LA Galaxy will occur on Saturday, March 12, 2022, at Lumen Field in Seattle. The Seattle Sounders are looking to take the Seattle Sounders’ first win of the 2022 Major League Soccer campaign on Saturday to greet the LA Galaxy at Lumen Field. The Seattle Sounders may have been the strongest team last season, but so far, the Seattle Sounders League campaign has gotten off to a bad start, which the LA Galaxy will try to take advantage of.

LA Galaxy is the most decorated club in the US, having won five MLS Cups in its history, although the last one was won in 2014. LA Galaxy is the only team in the Western Conference of Major League Soccer to start the season with two wins in a row and, as a result, first place in the conference. LA Galaxy is having a successful start to the season and will be looking for another victory over a struggling rival. Because the Seattle Sounders have yet to score in the Major League Soccer season, that’s a record that Jonathan Bond thinks he can raise to three, allowing the LA Galaxy to add more points to the table.

On October 15, 2011, the Seattle Sounders football club hosted the third-highest single-game MLS spectators, with 64,140 people watching the last regular-season home game against the San Jose Earthquakes, announced as a farewell to goaltender Casey Keller. Then, on Saturday night, the LA Galaxy took on the role of thugs in front of a record crowd of 74,479 at Bank of America Stadium during Charlotte’s home debut. Former Seattle SuperSonics announcer Kevin Calabro and former American football star Greg Vanni hosted a walkthrough for local broadcasts for the 2009 season.

LA Galaxy’s first two matches ended in their favour. Though they won both the games with 1-0, they still are off to a good start. Winning goals in both the matches were scored in the second half of the game. In their last game against the debutant Charlotte FC, LA was in a whole mood to play an attacking game. They controlled the ball and took 21 shots on goal, from which six were on target.

Frankly, the Seattle Sounders are focused on becoming the first MLS team to win the CONCACAF Champions League since the Galaxy in 2000. They played Leon in the CONCACAF quarter-finals in the first leg in their previous game. They won it comfortably 3-0; they were not in control of the ball in the game. Still, they managed to defend well. When in control, they created chances and attacked with purpose. 

Seattle is still looking to open their account in this edition of MLS and will look to do it in style against LA Galaxy. Their win in the other tournament will help them boost their confidence and get away with a win in the MLS.