City leaders are giving a better idea of what the new headquarters site will look like for Charlotte's Major League Soccer team.
"It's my pleasure to welcome Charlotte to Major League Soccer as our 30th team," Garber said on Tuesday to a packed and excited group of media, city council members, MLS officials, and others.
Many soccer fans and many soccer pros we spoke with feel that Charlotte has it in the bag. And while an official announcement has not been made yet, they are excited about the prospect.
It’s no secret that Major League Soccer is eying the Queen City for their next expansion. The idea of Charlotte becoming the newest city for an MLS team has been swirling for quite some time.
The City of Charlotte continues to make strides in the soccer world with two big announcements, but they weren't what fans were expecting.
The International Champions Cup will be hosted in the Queen City for the next five years, officials announced Tuesday.
There's been a lot of talk about bringing pro soccer to Charlotte. On Thursday, city leaders got a lot of questions off their chest.
The Queen City has a chance to show itself off to Major League Soccer.