Major League Soccer hopes to place its next two expansion teams in Miami and Atlanta.
International soccer star David Beckham wants to bring a Major League Soccer team to Miami, but needs a home. After touring Sun Life Stadium, FIU Stadium, and Marlins Park, Beckham has a plan, according to the London Mirror.
When LeBron James came to the Miami Heat in 2010, he joined Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh to form the Big Three. But LeBron may be about to form a new tandem to storm through another sport.
A crowd of 71,124 people looked on as Brazil took it’s victory by storm when Maicon, William and Hulk scored in a seven-minute span in Brazil’s 5-0 exhibition victory over Honduras on Saturday night.
Tens of thousands of soccer fans are expected at Sun Life Stadium Saturday evening for the much-anticipated matchup between the Brazilian national soccer team and Honduras.
International soccer superstar David Beckham is considering Marlins Park and FIU’s football stadium as two possible temporary homes for a new MLS soccer team while a new stadium is being built.
Soccer stud David Beckham was in Miami Tuesday working on his plans to bring Major League Soccer to the Magic City.
While reports continue to come out that international soccer icon David Beckham is ready to pick Miami as the home of a new Major League Soccer team; the reality is there are still several big hurdles to bringing MLS to Miami, the biggest of which may be where the team will play.
Miami is about to get another celebrity owner of a sports franchise. The Associated Press is reporting that former England captain David Beckham will start a Major League Soccer Team in Miami.
Soccer legend David Beckham is continuing to pursue bringing a Major League Soccer franchise to Miami, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.