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LAFC Says It Wants You Back, So It's Hosting A Vaccination Clinic

An image of Banc of California Stadium as Los Angeles FC soccer team plays.
A limited number of fans watch as Los Angeles FC take on Austin FC during the first half of their MLS game at Banc of California Stadium on April 17, 2021.
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LAFC wants to help thousands of soccer fans and Angelenos get their COVID-19 vaccine. The team is partnering with the LA County Public Health Department to host a vaccination clinic today and tomorrow at Banc of California Stadium.

About 9,000 doses of the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be available. You can make an appointment online but walk-ins are also welcome.

Larry Freedman, the LAFC co-president and chief business officer, says he knows fans want to return to the experience of watching their team in-person and vaccinations will make that return possible:

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"When Bank of California Stadium is full, LAFC is playing the beautiful game in a beautiful way and we're having that shared experience in a community that we've all built together."

LAFC will also have vaccine-only sections at the stadium for upcoming matches. (Dodger Stadium also has vaccine-only sections with some rules.)