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Safe Standing with Rail Seating

LAFC has reinforced their commitment to the fan experience by announcing Safe Standing with Rail Seating. The Supporters’ Section is the only safe standing section on the West Coast and the first safe standing rail seats in North America. LAFC will provide an opportunity for supporters to stand shoulder-to-shoulder, creating an electric and unified stadium atmosphere on matchdays.

The first-of-its-kind rail seating system is designed by U.S. based SC Railing for comfort and safety and to accommodate sight lines by eliminating obstructions.

  • At 34 degrees, the Supporters' Section is one of the steepest in MLS. 
  • The Supporters' Section is the largest safe standing section on the West Coast. 
  • The section features the first safe standing rail seats in North America. 
“Making the beautiful game accessible to our Supporters has been our focus from the beginning.”
– LAFC Lead Managing Owner Larry Berg

Supporters's Section Rendering

"Our supporters have been at the helm and we remain committed to making sure they have the best matchday experience in Major League Soccer." LAFC Lead Managing Owner Larry Berg

The 3252

LAFC Supporters

The 3252 is the Independent Supporters Union for LAFC. It encompasses a growing number of affiliate supporter groups and independent supporters with active season memberships. The name comes from the capacity of the north end of Banc of California Stadium.

“The vision of the 3252 is to unite all LAFC supporters, to create a dynamic and diverse in-stadium active support environment. The 3252 will create an unrivaled sporting culture for the Los Angeles Football Club. We will do this by inspiring and increased level of passionate support for LAFC, providing a collaborative environment amongst the LAFC faithful and with the organization, enabling participation in activities for LAFC Supporters by organizing coordinating and directing active support for the Los Angeles Football Club.”
The 3252