Around the Country: American soccer news

Tampa Bay Rowdies secure permanent home. The USL club will move into its own training complex with two natural grass fields and one artificial turf field in 2023. Upgrades will be made to the on-site indoor facility, which will include full-time office space for the Rowdies' technical staff and a multimedia room for video and scouting sessions.

Valley United suspends NISA operations. The first-year Arizona team played the last of its nine league games on June 4. In May, it was forced to forfeit all six games played to date while alleged violations of U.S. immigration law were investigated. Adrian Gaitan and Yuval Raichman resigned as head coach and general manager, respectively.
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