Potential Investors Meet With Beckham United Rep, Mayor GimenezMajor League Soccer in Miami looks to be slowly but surely making its way toward reality.
MLS President: Miami Soccer Team Expected To Open 2018 SeasonThe future MLS soccer franchise in Miami does not have a team name yet but may have been given a starting date.
Beckham Group Closes On Soccer Stadium Site In OvertownMiami is close to having a soccer stadium and a team but before the celebrations, the David Beckham Group needed to buy more land from Miami-Dade and win zoning approval from the city of Miami.
First Look At David Beckham's Overtown Soccer Stadium Made Publichile it’s still a ways away from being built, the first images of Miami Beckham United’s proposed South Florida soccer stadium have been made public.
Overtown Holds Beckham Soccer Stadium Town HallPlans for an Overtown soccer stadium will be discussed during the project's first public meeting at a town hall Thursday.
Beckham Announces Soccer Stadium Deal In OvertownDavid Beckham has scored a new site to build his soccer stadium in Miami's historic Overtown district.
Beckham's MLS Plans For Little Havana Hit Another SnagSoccer star David Beckham's plans to bring Major League Soccer to Miami have hit another snag, as his group's latest proposal to build a stadium next to Marlins Park baseball stadium appears to be in serious jeopardy.
Soccer Star David Beckham Is People's Sexiest Man AliveBritish soccer star David Beckham has been an international sex symbol for nearly two decades, but he says he's still flattered to be named People magazine's 30th-anniversary Sexiest Man Alive.
Beckham Group One Step Closer To Miami Soccer StadiumThe finishing touches on a deal to build a soccer stadium in Little Havana may have been agreed upon in South Beach Thursday night.
Land Owners Blamed For Possible Block In MLS Stadium Deal- David Beckham's efforts to bring Major League Soccer to South Florida may be hitting another road block.
Beckham Looking To Partner With School Board In Soccer Stadium DealAfter years of waiting and hoping, South Florida soccer fans may finally get their Major League Soccer franchise.
Gimenez on Marlins, MLS Stadium Issues: 'Not Surprising'