LA Galaxy and LAFC have Joined Hands at LA Charity FIFA Challenge to Fight Coronavirus

To fight the Crown Virus pandemic, the Galactica and the LAFC have joined forces in Los Angeles and on Sunday 28 November the LAFC and the Galactica will meet in the United States. Mars, organized the FIFA LA Charity Challenge.

To raise money for the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, Giuseppe, the godfather of eMLS player Guastella, participated in FIFA 20 Charity Twisted Stream EASPORTS against LAFC player RemiMartinn.

On Sunday at noon there was a match, which was broadcasted live on the Los Angeles Galaxy Twitch Channel.

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The purpose of the event was to raise awareness and funds as the world continues its fight against the coronavirus pandemic and Covid-19. Both the Los Angeles Galaxy and LAFC participated in the LA Charity FIFA Challenge on Sunday at 15:00 Eastern Time (12:00 Pacific Time).

Thank you all for taking part in our Charity Challenge #FIFA20.

Together we raised over $5,000 to support the fight against #COVID19.

Make a donation to: https://t.co/yxexRSxUsIhttps://t.co/mMJYTpVPra

– LAFK (@LAFC) 29. March 2020

Two of the main participants of the eMLS, Martin RemiMartinn Oregel of the LAFC and the godfather of Giuseppe Guastella of Galaxy, met on Sunday afternoon during the event.  It was a return leg of their quarterfinals in Episode 2 of the eMLS League in Portland in February.

Both LAFC and Galaxy broadcast the games live on their official Twitch accounts as well as on special LAFC e-Sports social media channels – Instagram @LAFCgaming and Twitter @LAFCgaming.

This event was intended to raise money for the Los Angeles Football Club Foundation and the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.  All donations to the LAFC Fund are used exclusively to support the fight against COWID-19.

At the event, the clubs called on fans to make online donations through the LAFK Foundation and the Galaxy Foundation to support the fight against COVID-19 in the Los Angeles area –

The club’s donations were pushed to over $5,210 by the CFAA, which was increased after the final whistle.

Fans can always make a donation to lafc.me/donate.

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