Bradley returns to Los Angeles, where he previously coached Chivas USA for one season
before taking the U.S. national team in 2007.
After spending two seasons as Bruce Arena's assistant at D.C. United, Bradley took over the Chicago Fire, leading it to the MLS Cup and U.S. Open Cup titles in its first season.
Bradley returns to coaching in the United States six years after being relieved of his job as U.S. national team job. Since then, he coached the Egypt national team, coming close to qualifying the Pharaohs for the 2014 World Cup, and then three clubs in Europe.
LAFC will debut in 2018 with one of MLS's most ambitious launches. It is building 22,000-seat Banc of California Stadium at a cost of $350 million.
Bob Bradley coaching career:
1984-95 Princeton Univ.
1998–2002 Chicago Fire
2006 Chivas USA
2006–11 U.S. national team
2011–13 Egypt national team
2014–15 Stabaek (Norway)
2015–16 Le Havre (France)
2016 Swansea City (Wales)
2017– Los Angeles FC