June 12 – For a second time, Miami rejects David Beckham’s MLS stadium plans… Scottish FA may leave Hampden Park when lease expires in 2020.
June 4 – MLS commissioner Don Garber joins Michael Johnson, Sepp Blatter, Jim Boyce among others as speakers for the Soccerex Global Convention in September.
June 4 – A delay in government approval for a new stadium has Spurs officials up in arms… Critics label David Beckham stadium plan for MLS team in Miami “an abomination”… Bomb blast at a Nigeria stadium kills more than 40.
May 28 – Also: Chelsea plans upgrades to sports science centre.
May 21 – Also: David Beckham’s Miami MLS franchise focuses attention on its second choice for a stadium site.
May 9 – Also: Sacramento may look to expand its brand new stadium in light of recent sellouts.
April 23 – Orlando City will play its entire inaugural season at the Citrus Bowl… David Beckham’s ownership group will pay an extra $50 million for its preferred Miami stadium site.
April 17 – The 22nd MLS franchise will begin play at a new downtown Atlanta stadium in three years.
March 28 – Also: Investec backs Kick It Out … Manchester United tyre partner expands in Russia … Zimbabwe sponsorship expanded.
Mar. 26 – David Beckham releases renderings for his vision of Miami’s MLS stadium, and Ottawa’s TD Place Stadium nears completion on renovations.