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The Miami Hurricanes are in talks with David Beckham's group over a potential new stadium closer to campus.
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Photo renderings of David Beckham's new MLS stadium in Port Miami are stunning.
David Beckham needs public support in order to realize his dream of bringing Major League Soccer to Miami, so, on Monday, he did what he does best: he created buzz.
Beckham’s ownership group released details and artists’ renderings of a new soccer stadium he wants to build in downtown Miami. The Miami Herald reports the stadium would have a capacity of 20,000-25,000 seats and...
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Soccer star David Beckham is pitching his idea to bring a Major League Soccer franchise to Miami.
Beckham on Tuesday made a whirlwind visit to the Florida state Capitol where he met with Gov. Rick Scott and top legislative leaders.
He said that "no promises" were made to him by anyone.
Instead, Beckham says leaders have told him they support his...
After David Beckham was (arguably) upstaged by Wayne Rooney over the weekend, his new club’s news took stage on Monday. The Miami MLS expansion team (aka Miami Beckham United LLC) unveiled a few sketches of the proposed stadium on the waterfront of Dodge Island in Miami. Audacious and futuristic, this is however just a proposed stadium. The team is still negotiating a location...
Retired soccer star David Beckham and the Miami-based Major League Soccer franchise he was recently awarded will unveil their plans for a stadium in PortMiami, the Miami Herald reports.
There is no timetable for the new team to begin play yet, as it is at least partly incumbent on a stadium plan coming together. But the designs for the venue, set to be released on Monday, are as...
The first images of David Beckham's planned soccer stadium in Miami have been revealed and the 25,000-seat venue, set to be constructed at the Port of Miami, will include a restaurant and a nightclub in an open concourse, as well as a world-class sports arena.The as-yet-unnamed stadium would host 17 MLS games during the regular season, between March and November, as well as additional...
David Beckham wants to build a stadium for his Major League Soccer franchise in the Port of Miami.
When artist renderings of David Beckham’s proposed Miami MLS stadium were unveiled on Monday, the Internet responded with its typical negative and stereotypical comments about Miami as a sports town. Some of the few choice comments included:
“looks good except the stadium will be half full most of the time”
“half full?! I’d be surprised if it was 1/4 full…”
Michael Jordan tried baseball, Randy Moss tried basketball, and now Chad Johnson wants to try his hand at professional soccer.
Y0u might remember a few years back when Johnson tried out for Sporting Kansas City of the MLS, which turned out to be nothing more than the club getting itself some publicity. At the time, the man they call “Ocho Cinco” seemed to realize he wasn’t...
David Beckham opened his quest to secure some public funding for his Miami MLS franchise with a visit to the Florida Capitol on Tuesday.
MIAMI (AP) David Beckham's architects and advisers have recommended the Port of Miami as the stadium site for the Major League Soccer expansion team that will be owned by the former English national team captain.
Wayne Rooney recreated one of David Beckham’s most memorable Manchester United goals on Saturday. And the retired star happened to be watching from the stands. From just inside the West Ham half after seven minutes at Upton Park, Rooney sent the ball 55 yards over the opposing goalkeeper, who was caught off his goal line.Beckham, who retired last year, famously lobbed a shot past...