LAFC commemorative TAP cards now available at Metro Customer Centers and select TVMs

We’re celebrating the black and gold with an LAFC commemorative TAP card! The cards are now available at Metro Customer Centers and select TAP vending machines at the Metro stations listed below.

Look for the image of the LAFC commemorative TAP card at the top of the TVM to see which machines have them in stock. Get yours while supplies last! TAP cards are $2 each plus the cost of fare.

Metro A Line (Blue)

  • Willowbrook/ Rosa Parks
  • 1st Street
  • Pacific Coast Highway
  • Artesia
  • Del Amo
  • Downtown Long Beach
  • Pico
  • Compton

Metro B Line (Red)

  • 7th St/Metro Center
  • Union Station
  • Pershing Square
  • Wilshire/Vermont
  • Wilshire/Western
  • Vermont/Santa Monica
  • Vermont/Sunset
  • Hollywood/Vine
  • Hollywood/Highland
  • Universal City/Studio City
  • North Hollywood

Metro B Line (Red)

  • Wilshire/Western Station

Metro C Line (Green)

  • Norwalk
  • Long Beach Blvd
  • Crenshaw
  • Harbor Freeway
  • Aviation/LAX
  • Redondo Beach

Metro E Line (Expo)

  • Expo/La Brea
  • Downtown Santa Monica
  • Culver City
  • Expo Park/USC
  • Jefferson/USC
  • Expo/Crenshaw
  • Westwood/Rancho Pack

Metro G Line (Orange)

  • Canoga Ave
  • Reseda
  • Sepulveda
  • Van Nuys

Metro J Line (Silver)

  • Manchester
  • El Monte Bus Station
  • Harbor Gateway Transit Center

Metro L Line (Gold)

  • Mariachi Plaza
  • Lake
  • APU/Citrus College
  • Union Station
  • Chinatown
  • Highland Park
  • Atlantic

Go Metro to LAFC matches at Banc of California Stadium. Take the E Line (Expo) to Expo Park/USC Station, or the J Line (Silver) to the 37th Street/USC Station. For more route options, download Metro’s official app Transit. As a reminder, masks are currently required on Metro, so mask up before you go.

1 reply

  1. How much does Metro benefit from cards like this? Specifically:
    Did Metro receive money from LAFC to advertise?
    How much money is expected to be paid for these cards/fares that are never going to be used?
    Does that money justify staff time spent to handle and promote these specifically ?