Friday, November 27, 2020
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MLS Plan To Expand By Four Teams Stalls

Remember when Major League Soccer wanted to expand by four teams and was in what appeared to be a major rush to find four cities and four owners who had what it took to join the club?

Minor League Baseball Stadiums As Economic Engines

Worcester, Massachusetts and Wichita, Kansas stepped into the stadium game and ended up with Triple A Minor League Baseball teams moving into those cities by 2021.

MLS Is Experiencing Major Growing Pains

The struggle to find cities with the right stuff to join Major League Soccer continues but league owners should be happy with some of the latest developments.

Columbus, Ohio Ready To Test The Modell Law

Anthony Precourt has decided that Austin, Texas is a better venue for his soccer business than the present location in Columbus, Ohio. It is that simple, Precourt would prefer his Major League Soccer team, the Columbus Crew, be based in Austin.

The Push Is On To Put An MLS Team In...

Austin, Texas could have a Major League Soccer team soon if the city council decides to go ahead and finalize stadium plans that would bring the Precourt Sports Ventures owned Columbus Crew to the city.

FBI Probe Of College Basketball Not A Problem For Cities That...

The National Collegiate Athletic Association, whose very integrity can constantly be questioned, through its basketball business put up its annual crown jewel basketball tournament, the Men’s Final Four, for bid in 2023, 2024, 2025 and 2026.

MLS Will Have To Wait Another Month Before Austin Decides If...

Major League Soccer’s expansion plan and a relocation attempt keeps running into hurdles. The owner of the Columbus Crew, Precourt Sports Ventures or PSV, wanted to move the team to Austin, Texas.
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Formula One Officials And Miami Elected Officials Want An F1 Miami...

The city of Miami wants Formula 1 auto racing beginning in 2019. The executives who run Formula 1 racing want Miami and promise that the race will bring in $700 million for Miami in economic impact.

CFL Commissioner Sees Mexico As A Big Football Market

Major League Baseball played some regular season games in Monterey in the late 1990s causing then Colorado Rockies owner Jerry McMorris to enthusiastically push for a franchise in the city that is not far from the Texas-Mexico border.

Say Goodbye To The Rubber Bowl In Akron, Ohio

Akron, Ohio is saying goodbye to the Rubber Bowl, a facility that opened in 1940 and is falling apart rapidly. The city will begin to demolish part of the structure this week.