David Beckham announced months ago that he planned to buy a soccer franchise in Miami. The cost was supposed to be around $25 million and Beckham even revealed a plan to build a new stadium for the team. Now,
David Beckham says he might come out of retirement and play soccer again. The 39-year-old former England captain retired last year after a final stint at Paris Saint-Germain. He says in a BBC documentary he had a ”tough time”
David Beckham, 39, may not be done with soccer yet.
It’s no secret that David Beckham really wants to build a brand new soccer stadium in downtown Miami. According to Patricia Mazzei of the Miami Herald, he has found the site he wants to build on. Here’s David Beckham’s
David Beckham and his business partner say the soccer star's brand will draw television revenues
Soccer star David Beckham is in Miami to meet with county commissioners and win their support
David Beckham has been one of the most marketable soccer players in the history of the game. As a player he was a star in three different leagues and his famous set piece has a name Bend it like
LeBron James has expressed interest in being a co-owner of the MLS Miami team with David Beckham.
Winning NBA championships and MVP's isn't enough for the leagues best player. Today Miami Heat forward confirmed to reporters he is interested in exploring MLS soccer franchise with soccer great David Beckham in Miami.
This past week Orlando took a big leap toward getting their own Major League Soccer franchise, by getting the new soccer only stadium financing plan in place. The MLS is eager start its southern expansion now that both Orlando