Can anyone tell me why MLS hasn't adopted this custom yet? It's a simple way to generate more revenue for the clubs and league. Plus I'm willing to argue that many people think that sponsored jerseys would look even better than the ones they have now. Personally I think that the LA galaxy jersey could be the ugliest soccer jersey I've ever seen, in any league. With the big GALAXY spelt out on the front it seems more like a hockey jersey than a soccer jersey. In a league that could stand to make more $$ any way it can why has the commissioner been so stubborn about this? I know it isn't the "american" thing to do but take a look at NASCAR. Those fans don't seem to have a problem with it. Soccer sponsorships are even less instrusive to fans than NASCAR sponsorships, which are painted all over the car and driver's suit. With ticket sales not where the MLS wants them to be, why not bring in some extra revenue by allowing sponsors on the fronts of jerseys?