With the Major League Soccer All-Star game just one day away, a topic of discussion among owners may be its future in Miami.
Miami city commissioners were fuming on Thursday after they say they were blindsided by news Friday that Mayor Tomas Regalado and David Beckham, one of the hottest personalities on the planet, had agreed to Beckham’s group building a Major League Soccer stadium in Miami on mostly city-owned land next to Marlins Park on the old Orange Bowl site.
It appears that David Beckham and his group of investors are embracing the idea of building their new soccer stadium next to Marlins Park.
Soccer star David Beckham picked the Orange Bowl site as the next spot for a possible Major League Soccer stadium in South Florida.
The painfully slow process to bring a Major League Soccer franchise to South Florida may be moving in the right direction once again.
For MLS to work in Miami — besides leaping some hurdles like getting approval for a stadium site — Fox Sports’ Warren Barton thinks it’s going to take two things — a downtown stadium and “a […]
Is David Beckham finally going to concrete a plan to build an MLS stadium in Miami and potentially team up with Canes football? Carlos Gimenez, the mayor of Miami-Dade County, joined WQAM to update South Florida […]
Major League Soccer (MLS) in Miami is “making progress” according to soccer star David Beckham’s group.
Could David Beckham’s potential Miami MLS franchise share the same home as Miami Hurricanes football? The Miami Herald reported Thursday evening Beckham plans to meet with Donna Shalala, UM’s outgoing president, on Friday along with […]
Soccer fans in South Florida have been anxiously awaiting the new Major League Soccer franchise that David Beckham and his group are trying to bring to the region.