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1. Orlando City gave Exploria Resorts naming rights to the 25,500-seat MLS stadium it opened in downtown Orlando in 2017. To kick off the partnership, the time-share company is hosting a house party on June 15 at Exploria Stadium. Fans can watch the Lions' training session and stay for autographs. MLS is off the weekend of June 15-16.

2. The Jamaica Tourist Board will be hosting Women's World Cup watch parties for Saturday's Jamaica-Brazil game at the Women's World Cup in four markets: New York, Fort Lauderdale, Baltimore and Toronto. The game in Grenoble will the Reggae Girlz's first ever match at the Women's World Cup.

3. The Montreal Impact signed 18-year-old defender Karifa Yao to a Homegrown Player contract, a two-year deal with three option years. He played the last two seasons for the Impact U19 in the Development Academy after joining the Impact from Étoiles de l'Est. He was born in Laval to an Ivorian father and Senegalese mother.
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