By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON DC (Jul 6, 2018) US Soccer Players - It’s understandable if you’re a little behind on Major League Soccer’s Miami project, led by David Beckham. The four-year lag between Beckham making the announcement of his intention to bring the league back to South Florida and the official announcement that Miami will be an MLS expansion city at some point in the near, but . . .
The soccer news starts with what now seems like an old story in MLS. Where will a team find land and concessions to build a nice new stadium somewhere in the greater metro area? DC United spent over a decade trying to answer that question, eventually ending up on the right side of the District line to satisfy the latest incarnation of MLS. That's playing within the city limits, preferably near . . .
MLS announced on Monday that Miami is officially an MLS expansion city. The David Beckham led bid includes building a soccer-specific stadium within Miami's city limits. The team will begin MLS play in 2020 according to reports, but the announcement didn't confirm that or any details about the team including a name. “Our mission to bring an MLS club to Miami is now complete, and we are deeply . . .