St. Louis’ hopes of becoming a part of Major League Soccer is reportedly looking good. MLS commissioner Don Garber told reporters on Wednesday that the league is in “very advanced discussions” with St. (…)
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The stadium deal in St. Louis has been given new life thanks to some adjustments in the proposal.
Ten candidates have emerged for MLS expansion, and each offers a unique situation and soccer history.
MLS Commissioner Don Garber joined SC STL, a potential MLS expansion ownership group, to formally announce the groups team and stadium plans.
The second of two competing bids for an MLS expansion team in St. Louis unveiled renderings of their potential future stadium.
MLS Commissioner Don Garber said Sacramento and St. Louis were the “front-runners” for MLS expansion, while Detroit, San Diego, San Antonio, Austin and Cincinnati follow suite in that order.
A group including St. Louis Cardinals President Bill DeWitt III and St. Louis Blues CEO Chris Zimmerman, among others, is reportedly working together to bring an MLS team to St. Louis.
MLS commissioner Don Garber says the league will begin searching for a stadium site in St. Louis immediately, while two teams announced signings.
Don Garber wrote a letter to Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon explaining his desire to expand in St. Louis, Robert Earnshaw joined the Vancouver Whitecaps coaching staff and more.