The LA Galaxy have star power, both on and off the field. We've known that for quite some time now.
The signing of world mega-star David Beckham in 2007 opened the doors for the Galaxy to draw celebrities from all over the world
through their turnstyles into their luxury box suites, in a city that has more famous faces than any other in the world. Among others, Russell Brand and Gordon Ramsay were known to pal it up around the then-Home Depot Center when Becks was still turning set piece service into a masterpiece with the swift wave of a right foot.
These days it's the world's most popular 20-something boy band taking the torch now that Beckham has since left Major League Soccer. Imagine being stuck with the Jonas Brothers as the biggest names to regularly attend your MLS team's home games and give free shoutouts to millions upon millions on social media.
Tough life, Galaxy.
The three brothers — Kevin, Joe and Nick — are doing the Galaxy one better this Saturday afternoon, though, when they host their own charity soccer match at the StubHub Center, prior to kick off of the Galaxy taking on Real Salt Lake. Proceeds will go to the Jonas Brothers' charity, Change for the Children.
If you live in the LA area and have the combination of a free Saturday afternoon and teenage daughters, check all the details — including how to buy your tickets — right here on the Galaxy's website.