Major League Soccer

  • Orlando One Step Closer to Kicking-off on New MLS Stadium

    Only the spending plan is left to be approved by the Orange County Commission, as city leadership accepted plans for Orlando’s new professional soccer stadium with a unanimous vote, Orlando Sentinel reports. According to a press release, the October 22 vote takes place at 201 S Rosalind Avenue at the County Administration Building. If the spending plan goes through, The Lions stand a good chance of putting the fresh lawn to the test during their 2015 season. By that time, the minor league team hopes to make it to the MLS.

    Orlando 14 October 2013 18:36

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