Major League Soccer
South Florida is one of the best places to live in the United States.
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.
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 state is now in the driver’s seat to review Daytona International Speedway’s application for a $90 million boost to renovate their racetrack.
The Miami Dolphins are the first of four to have their application reviewed by the state for a $90 million boost for the $350 million in renovations at Sun Life Stadium.
Commissioner Don Garber says the league is not performing as hoped financially and its franchises are combining to lose more than $100 million annually.
Orlando City Soccer Club says it is halfway to selling its anticipated season ticket capacity for its first Major League Soccer season in 2015.
On Tuesday, the state’s record-setting, $77 billion election-year budget goes into effect, along with 157 other bills approved by the Legislature and signed by Gov. Rick Scott.
The grass-filled lot just west of Marlins Park is already a popular spot for locals to play soccer.