LAFC today announced that the Club has signed 18-year-old defender Mamadou Fall off of MLS Waivers to a two-year deal with options through 2024. Fall will occupy an international spot on the Club’s roster pending receipt of his International Transfer Certificate (ITC) and P1 Visa.

The Senegalese native joins the Black and Gold from the Soccer Institute of Montverde Academy in Orlando, FL and was a teammate of 2020 LAFC signee Mohamed Traore. Like Traore, Fall made his way to Orlando via Salif Diao's Sport4Charity Organization based out of Dakar, Senegal, and was selected to the Senegal U17 Youth National Team in 2019.  

In 2019, Fall had the opportunity to train with the U17 and U19 Villarreal CF La Liga professional teams.

LAFC returns to regular season play on Saturday, June 19 against the Houston Dynamo with a full capacity crowd at Banc of California Stadium. Kickoff for the match is scheduled for 8:00 p.m. PT and will be broadcast live on UniMás, TUDN, Twitter (ENG Audio), 1110 ESPN, ESPN App (Audio) and 980 AM La Mera Mera.  

TRANSACTION: Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) signs defender Mamadou Fall off of MLS Waivers.


Mamadou Ibra Mbacke Fall

Position: Defender

Born: 11/21/2002

Height: 6-2

Weight: 163 lbs.

Birthplace: Rufisque, Senegal

Hometown: Rufisque, Senegal

Citizenship: Senegal

Last Club: Soccer Institute of Montverde Academy (SIMA)

How Acquired: Signed on 06/10/2021

Roster Designation: International