In a ballroom at the Intercontinental Hotel in downtown Miami Thursday, supporters of David Beckham’s plans for a Major League Soccer stadium in the city were singing their voices out.
Miami-Dade Commissioners were all for soccer Tuesday.
The number two site is apparently the new number one site for soccer great David Beckham to build a new Major League Soccer venue in South Florida.
International soccer star David Beckham isn’t the only one who hopes to bring a MLS soccer team to South Florida. One of Beckham’s co-investors is Marcelo Claure who’d like to see soccer played in Miami but on the waterfront.
It’s been two months since the English soccer star hopped on a stage, his back to Miami’s sparkling Biscayne Bay, and announced plans to start a Major League Soccer franchise. The plan — and Beckham — have been almost universally accepted by every sector of the city.
Retired soccer great David Beckham has been making the rounds in South Florida in his campaign to build a Major League Soccer stadium in Miami.
Hoping not to have county officials red card his plans for a Major League Soccer team and stadium in Miami, retired soccer great David Beckham is back in town.
There could be a change of venue for the David Beckham’s proposed MLS stadium.
While soccer superstar David Beckham eyes PortMiami for a possible Major League Soccer stadium, a group of Miami-Dade mayors have signed on against the plan.
Jim sits down with Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez to discuss the county budget, whether the mayor supports a vote on increasing taxes to help county libraries, the proposed soccer stadium at the port, the status of stadium negotiations with the Dolphins’ Stephen Ross, and much more.