There was a lot of excitement in South Florida following the announcement by soccer icon David Beckham that he was planning on bringing a Major League Soccer team and new soccer-centric stadium to Miami.
The city of Miami’s desire for a Major League Soccer franchise may have taken a big step in the right direction.
Miami-Dade County commissioners moved Tuesday to prepare a temporary place for soccer star David Beckham’s major-league team to play as early as next year.
The good news of a South Florida soccer franchise has been watered down as the search for a future stadium site has been very unsuccessful.
The year’s end is right around the corner, but before we turn over a new leaf, let’s take a look back at a handful of some of the biggest news stories in Miami-Dade County.
Commissioner Don Garber says the league is not performing as hoped financially and its franchises are combining to lose more than $100 million annually.
As the U.S. appetite for soccer grows, more American kids are harboring dreams of becoming the next David Beckham or Leo Messi. Their aspirations, realistic or not, have not gone unnoticed by top international teams, which are trying to capitalize financially.
LA Galaxy forward and MLS legend Landon Donovan announced his retirement on Thursday. Although he’s calling it quits on the pitch, may we still see Donovan stay around the game (or not)?
Seven amazing athletes besides LeBron James to wear #23.
David Beckham is now considering meeting with Broward officials about a soccer-specific stadium, a Broward County official said.