Los Angeles Football Club are an expansion side with precious little history of their own, so the MLS newcomers are crafting some new traditions in their inaugural season.
One of the most prominent ones is a simple but infectious call-and-response song the players have taken to singing after wins, an idea head coach Bob Bradley seems to have cribbed from his time in Norway and adapted to use in Southern California. On Sunday night, LAFC finally had a chance to sign it together with their fans as they christened Banc of California Stadium with a dramatic 1-0 win over Seattle:
Of course it had to be Laurent Ciman, captain and scorer of the game-winning goal, leading the way.
Here's another clip of LAFC's victory song, after their road win in Vancouver on April 13: