It was a good day in Canada’s capital, when the Ottawa Fury FC / New York Cosmos game drew 14,593 fans — an NASL attendance record — at the TD Place opener.
With attendance at college football games in a slump, athletic directors are looking to Major League Soccer (MLS) to upgrade the fan experience at stadiums across the nation.
Sunday’s World Cup final between Germany and Argentina will be played in Rio de Janeiro’s historic, iconic Maracana Stadium. Brazilians call it templo sagrado no país do futebol, or the “sacred temple in the land of football.”
The old saying that no news is good news may not necessarily apply to a new New York Cosmos stadium proposal, as team officials await word on its future.
Djorn Buchholz, with 13 years of experience in MLS, USL and NASL team front offices, is the new president of Louisville City FC, which begins play next season.
A friendly between Mexico‘s Guadalajara Chivas and Brazil’s Cruzeiro drew 15,000 fans to the Sun Bowl, fueling more El Paso MLS talk.
The University of Hawaii is pitching a $165-million Aloha Stadium replacement that will be built as much for soccer as for college football.
A representative from the David Beckham group seeking to bring pro soccer back to Miami is expected to meet with officials about a potential Broward County MLS stadium soon.
The TD Place Stadium opening set for July 20 should be a memorable one, as the Ottawa Fury FC is hosting the New York Cosmos in NASL action.
We are indeed living in a new age: Sporting KC’s Dom Dwyer was issued a yellow card during Sunday’s MLS home match for snapping a selfie after scoring a goal.