Invest in Los Angeles Aztecs™ Soccer Club

"Reviving Los Angeles Soccer with Passion and Pride!"



reserved of a $50,000 goal
Future Equity
 $5M  $4.5M valuation cap
Early Bird Bonus: The first $100K of investments will be in a SAFE with a $4.5M valuation cap
$250, $500, $1K, $10K


Creating American Soccer History: The Rebirth of a Cultural Phenomenon
Uniting and Engaging the Los Angeles Community to Promote Inclusivity
Supporters have an incredible opportunity to become co-owners of the Los Angeles Aztecs

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Own a Piece of History: Support the Revival of the Los Angeles Aztecs™ and Shape the Future of American Soccer

Ready to be part of a monumental revival and influence the direction of professional soccer in America? Imagine yourself owning a share of one of the most iconic teams in American sports—the Los Angeles Aztecs™. It's not just about investment; it's about joining a team that reflects the vibrant culture of LA and the unwavering spirit of American soccer.

The LA Aztecs, a legendary American professional soccer team based in Los Angeles, California, captivated not only the people of Los Angeles but the entire nation during the seventies and eighties. With the allure of Hollywood and the beautiful California weather, the Aztecs attracted some of the biggest names in football during their eight years of existence. In their inaugural season, the Aztecs clinched the North American Soccer League (NASL) title, prompting their founder, Dr. Jack Gregory, to capitalize on this success. He convinced none other than Elton John, a musical star with a love for football, to invest in the team and become its co-owner. This brief two-year reign witnessed the signing of the legendary George Best, who had recently parted ways with Manchester United. Best dominated the newly-founded American league, scoring 15 goals in 23 matches in 1976 and tying a league record for assists in 1977. Other notable players such as Tommy Smith and Charlie Cook also donned the LA Aztecs jersey after leaving Liverpool and Chelsea, respectively.

By 1979, the team sought to bolster its star power, leading them to enlist the inventor of “Total Football,” Rinus Michels, as their manager. Michels brought along the legendary Johan Cruyff, and together they took the league by storm. Cruyff scored 13 goals and secured the NASL’s Most Valuable Player award in his debut season. Despite the brilliance of Cruyff and Michels, the LA Aztecs would soon cease to exist. However, the memories of their glory days will forever linger in the hearts of those who witnessed it. The Aztecs not only carved a significant chapter in Los Angeles soccer history but also left an indelible mark on American soccer as a whole.

The National Soccer League™ (NSL), powered by community support, is breathing new life into the Los Angeles Aztecs™, and you have the opportunity to be part of this historic revival. As fan-owners, you'll play a crucial role in ensuring that the Aztecs honor their heritage while embracing the evolution of American soccer.

Our goal is to establish the Los Angeles Aztecs as a leading club in the newly formed "National Soccer League," alongside three other esteemed American soccer institutions: a revamped Washington Diplomats, Atlanta Chiefs, and Chicago Sting. These four pioneering clubs will compete until the league is ready to expand, welcoming other iconic teams with rich histories. This marks the beginning of a new era in the soccer industry, where traditional legacies meet promising new horizons.

But this venture is more than just nostalgia; it's about building a legacy for future generations. The rejuvenated Los Angeles Aztecs™ aim to inspire a new wave of soccer enthusiasts and players, showcasing the talent and passion that define American soccer. With a commitment to both on-field success and an unmatched fan experience, the Aztecs are poised to reclaim their former glory and cement their place among American soccer legends. Join us in reviving the Los Angeles Aztecs™ and writing the next chapter of American soccer history. Together, we'll honor the past while shaping a vibrant future for the beautiful game.

The Aztecs represented more than just a soccer team; they embodied the resilience and spirit of Los Angeles. They demonstrated the power of collective effort towards a common goal, showing that greatness is achievable through dedication and perseverance. As we strive to grow American soccer, the Los Angeles Aztecs serve as a testament to what can be achieved when we unite behind a shared vision.

The relaunch of the Los Angeles Aztecs marks a significant moment, one we hope will ignite a new era of soccer players and enthusiasts. Our aim is to showcase to the world the formidable presence of American soccer, and with the Los Angeles Aztecs at the forefront, we are confident in our ability to thrive.

As we embark on this journey to revive the Los Angeles Aztecs, let us not forget the lessons of the past and the esteemed players who graced the team. Let us collaborate to construct a promising future for American soccer, infused with the same fervor and resolve that endeared the Los Angeles Aztecs to fans.

Los Angeles locals are fervent supporters of their sports teams, which include the Los Angeles Rams (NFL), Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB), Los Angeles Kings (NHL), Los Angeles Lakers (NBA), and Los Angeles Clippers (NBA). The city boasts a rich sports legacy, marked by unforgettable championship wins and dedicated fan communities.

LAFC, a cornerstone of Major League Soccer (MLS) based in Los Angeles, boasts an impressive valuation of $1.2 billion, while LA Galaxy follows closely with $950m, demonstrating extraordinary growth in their sports assets that outpaces even the rapid pace of the S&P 500. This momentum is further fueled by the anticipation of the FIFA World Cup, the world's largest sporting event, scheduled for 2026 in the United States, with Los Angeles serving as a focal point for the global soccer extravaganza. As the World Cup finals unfold in America, the world's leading sports market, the stage is set for an unparalleled celebration of soccer on a magnificent scale.

The club must be fully funded by operators and sponsors. The minimum requirement to activate the club within the National Soccer League is $5 million, and the league mandates that expansions demonstrate three years of working capital amounting to $15 million. Our first round of funding aims to give fans the opportunity to reactivate the club and gain a financial interest in it.

Come aboard and support the resurrection of the Los Angeles Aztecs! Your investment will play a crucial role in our mission to revive this legendary team. With your backing, we'll draw in top-tier operators and sponsors, guaranteeing the Aztecs' triumphant comeback to the National Soccer League and elevating the city's reputation as a premier hub for soccer excellence.