The key to the future of U.S. Soccer may be found in a geographically interesting place – Kansas City, Kansas.
Today sees one of the biggest changes ever in MLS branding, as a new initiative was unveiled by league officials this morning — complete with team-specific crest colors.
Faced with land-acquisition issues in developing a new stadium in the Bronx, attention has shifted to a NYCFC Queens stadium site.
Don Garber, Major League Soccer commissioner since 1999, has signed a new five-year deal to stay in the position until 2018.
At first glance, an early-season Football League Championship match between Fulham and Millwall at London’s historic Craven Cottage may have appeared to be just another early-season tilt in England’s competitive second division. But just off the pitch, in the owners’ box, it was reflective of a growing, but largely unknown, trend. Both team owners are […]
The University of Michigan received $2.6 million from Relevent Sports for the Guinness International Champions Cup soccer match held at Michigan Stadium last month.
The city, Findlay Sports & Entertainment and Cordish Companies reached a tentative agreement on a new Las Vegas MLS stadium, subject to the league awarding an expansion franchise.
A report out of New York City says efforts to build a new NYCFC stadium have stalled, as team owners are pursuing the effort with considerably less effort than in previous months.
The NFL’s Minnesota Vikings and Minnesota United, a NASL team with ties to the Minnesota Twins ownership, continue their pursuit of a Minneapolis MLS expansion team, and the winner may depend on an unlikely ally: the Dark Clouds.
D.C. United managing partner Jason Levien expressed optimism about new D.C. United stadium will be approved by the D.C. Council this fall, clearing the way for the new Buzzard Point facility.