International soccer superstar David Beckham revealed his plans to start a Major League Soccer franchise in Miami Wednesday. The question on many sports fans’ minds is why put a soccer team in Miami after two previous franchises in the area flamed out?
Hours after his big announcement to bring Major League Soccer to Miami, David Beckham was forced to leave a South Florida park after the crowd became uncontrollable.
The worst kept secret in South Florida was finally confirmed Wednesday when international soccer superstar David Beckham announced he is going to locate his new expansion Major League Soccer team in the Magic City.
On soccer fields across South Florida, the Beckham buzz is building. Kids and adults alike are hoping the rumors are true that international soccer star David Beckham will bring Major League Soccer to Miami.
David Beckham is back in South Florida, ahead of his highly anticipated news conference about bringing a Major League Soccer expansion team to Miami. But before the big announcement, the retired soccer star hit up what appears to be one of his favorite South Beach restaurants, Cheeseburger Baby.
It appears that international soccer superstar David Beckham is ready to bring Major League Soccer to South Florida.
Major League Soccer in Miami is one step closer to becoming reality. David Beckham is coming back to South Florida for what’s sure to be a star-studded affair amid plans to bring his pro-soccer team to Miami.
While an official announcement on a new Major League Soccer franchise in South Florida hasn’t been made, Miami Heat superstar LeBron James certainly sounded like it was all but a done deal when asked about it Thursday.
Miami-Dade County will begin talks this week with a group led by David Beckham to hammer out details of a pro-soccer stadium.
Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber said Thursday he would probably make and announcement concerning their potential expansion franchise in Miami and David Beckham in early February, according to mlssoccer.com.