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.
For Las Vegas soccer investors, there’s a perfectly good role model out there as they pursue an expansion MLS franchise: Sporting Kansas City, where the franchise was totally made over when new ownership took the reins in 2008.
The Vancouver Whitecaps (MLS) want to put a USL Pro team into New Westminster, British Columbia, and upgrade an existing ballpark for soccer, but local baseball organizers don’t want to lose a prime facility.
Columbus Crew Stadium upgrades are on investor-operator Anthony Precourt’s agenda, as the team owner says either a new facility or a revamped facility is in the team’s future.
We could see more USL Pro affiliates for MLS teams in 2015, with Real Salt Lake looking to own a team and FC Dallas looking to affiliate with one.
The recent Yankee Stadium soccer match between English Premier League teams Manchester City and Liverpool provided a preview of the future of New York soccer. The European powerhouse teams were there for one night only, but the stadium, starting next season, will be the home of New York City FC, a new MLS franchise.
The city can be “good partners” when it comes to a new Sacramento MLS stadium, but Mayor Kevin Johnson says Republic FC owners should expect no public funding of a new facility.