Miami Beckham United is counting on locals to walk and use mass transit to get to the proposed stadium in Overtown.
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David Beckham’s MLS Miami expansion team is still at least two years away from playing, but he has already eyeing one of the world’s most prolific strikers as a potential target.
David Beckham and his group of investors for an expansion club in Miami announced on Friday that they have secured a stadium site in Overtown.
MLS commissioner Don Garber knows how tough it can be to strike a stadium deal, and that is at least part of the reason why he is still willing to wait for David Beckham’s plans in Miami.
David Beckham and his MLS expansion group have hit another snag in their search for a site for a soccer-specific stadium in Miami.
Tim Leiweke, a partner in David Beckham’s efforts to bring an MLS franchise to Miami, wrote a letter on Thursday detailing the plans for their proposed soccer-specific stadium in Little Havana.
Tim Leiweke says that he is concerned about the future of the MLS Miami project as the ownership group struggles to acquire six parcels of private land.