• Orlando group eyes 2015 MLS franchise team
    Flavio Augusto da Silva, the Brazilian owner of Orlando City SC, is confident that Orlando will be announced this fall as MLS's 21st team to begin play in 2015.
  • An MLS tale of second chances
    A lot of life is about second chances and how you take them. The second chances of two MLS clubs have dominated the news this past week.
  • The Ball for All and Anywhere: Tim Jahnigen's One World Futbol
    This month marks the third year anniversary of the One World Futbol Project, which has provided more than 500,000 of its virtually indestructible soccer balls to children in 162 countries -- in refugee camps, United Nations hot spots, conflict zones and poor villages throughout Africa, Asia and Latin America. We spoke with One World Futbol inventor and Chief Innovation Officer Tim Jahnigen for this edition of the Soccer Business Insider's profile series on American soccer's movers and shakers.
  • Hunts sell Crew to San Francisco energy investor
    The Columbus Crew has been sold by the Hunt Sports Group to Precourt Sports Ventures headed by managing partner Anthony Precourt.
  • NSCAATV.Com will provide college coverage
    The National Soccer Coaches Association of America has launched a new online media property, NSCAATV.com, to provide original programming, live streams and other content promoting the college soccer game.
  • Gold Cup final outdraws baseball in overnight TV ratings
    The overnight rating for Sunday's USA-Panama Gold Cup final on FOX was 1.7 -- the highest overnight rating for a soccer match in 2013 on any network and FOX's second-highest overnight rating ever for a soccer match. It was also higher than the ratings for weekend Major League Baseball games on FOX and ESPN (1.6).
  • NASL moves into Jacksonville and Oklahoma City
    The NASL, which recently finished its spring season with seven teams, could be up to as many as 14 teams by the time the 2015 season starts. The league's board of governors approved expansion teams for Jacksonville, Fla., and Oklahoma City, Okla., to begin play in the 2015 spring season.
  • D.C. United deal on new digs has lots going for it
    D.C. United may finally extricate itself from stadium limbo. The MLS club announced a preliminary agreement with the District of Columbia to build a 20,000 to 25,000-seat soccer stadium at a cost of $300 million in an industrial area on Buzzard Point, not far from where the baseball Nationals have their stadium, in Southwest Washington.
  • USA-El Salvador match draws 1.2 overnight rating on FOX
    Sunday's USA-El Salvador match on FOX drew a 1.2 overnight rating, which means 1.2 percent of all households with televisions tuned in to the match in Nielsen's survey of the top 56 U.S. metered markets.
  • World Cup ticket pie gets sliced into thin pieces
    FIFA announced the ticketing policies for the approximately 3.3 million tickets that will be available for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
  • 'Bank of Soccer' sponsors Liga MX
    Mexico's Liga MX kicks off the 2013 Torneo Apertura Friday night with two games -- including Tijuana-Atlas on ESPN3 at 10:30 p.m. ET -- and it will known as Liga BBVA Bancomer.
  • Two soccer news shows will debut nationally in August
    There will be not one but two soccer news shows debuting on national television in August.
  • Soccer clubs sweep rich list podium
    Real Madrid, Manchester United and Barcelona rank 1-2-3 in Forbes' latest top 50 rankings of the most valuable sports clubs ahead of the New York Yankees and Dallas Cowboys, who round out the top five.
  • Bloomberg backtracks on Yankee Stadium slip
    The office of New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg hurriedly sent out a statement and edited a press release Monday in which he stated New York City FC will play in Yankee Stadium when the team enters MLS in 2015.
  • USA to make FOX debut on Saturday
    The U.S. national team makes its debut on FOX Saturday when it faces Cuba in its second game at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah. Coverage begins at 3:00 p.m. ET.
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