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NASL Ticker: San Francisco, Minnesota United to face Leon, and more


One of the NASL’s potential new clubs continues to campaign for a new home, while one of the league’s former stars is set for a return to the club where he made his breakthrough.

The SF Deltas, who have yet to be confirmed as an NASL franchise, have begun a campaign to play at Kezar Stadium. The club is seeking approval from the San Francisco Recreation & Parks Commission to call the stadium home for 15-20 home games a year. (REPORT)

Minnesota United will host former Loons star Miguel Ibarra and Club America at Target Field for a June 25 friendly. (REPORT)

Plans to expand the Tampa Bay Rowdies’ Al Lang Stadium will be placed on the November 2016 general election ballot. (REPORT)

Jack Stefanowski and Marco Velez will join Adrian Whitbread’s Puerto Rico FC’s coaching staff for the club’s inaugural campaign, which is set to begin in the NASL’s Fall Season. (REPORT)

The Carolina RailHawks have announced a partnership with Capitol Broadcasting Company, who will broadcast all of the team’s home and away games live on the company’s various platforms. (REPORT)

Minnesota United has signed 22-year-old defender Damion Lowe on loan from the Seattle Sounders. Lowe appeared 17 times for Sounders 2 last season. (REPORT)

Goals from Khalif Alhassan and Tom Heinemann led the Rowdies to a 2-2 draw against the Nottingham Forest XI on Wednesday. (REPORT)

What do you think of the new stadium news in San Francisco and Tampa Bay? Excited to see Leon take on Minnesota United?

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