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Attending a Professional Sporting Event: Post-Pandemic

Reading Time: 2 minutes About one month ago, I was lucky enough to do something that most people have not been able to do since March of ’20: Attend a professional sporting event. Here, I will break down just how different my experience was compared to what a normal game would be like.The game that I was lucky enough to attend was an MLS match between Inter Miami CF and Toronto FC. The game took place at Rentschler Field, normally the home of UCONN Football, but due to Canada’s travel ban, Toronto had to play at a venue inside...

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The Effect of MLS Expansion on the Economy

Reading Time: 3 minutesWith the latest transfers of Matuidi and Higuain to Inter Miami, the MLS is looking to continually expand their brand and the league. These players were just two new additions to the list of incredible European talent coming to play overseas in America. This list includes the likes of Wayne Rooney, Thierry Henry, David Beckham, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and many more. Besides the MLS being a great league for past-prime to come and have fun, the MLS has proven to be of economic interest for states and the US as a whole. In the past few years,...

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Why the ‘MLS Is Back’ Tournament is Good for the NBA

Reading Time: 2 minutesOn July 8th, the MLS is Back Tournament commenced at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida with an intense match up between Orlando City SC and Inter Miami CF. The hometown team ended up winning in the final minutes of stoppage time 2-1. There was scheduled to be another match up that evening between Nashville SC and Chicago Fire FC that ended up being canceled due to the outbreak of COVID-19 in the Nashville SC organization. Nashville SC and FC Dallas were both later expelled from the tournament due to positive test...

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How The MLS is Set Up for Future Success with their Return to Play

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe MLS is one of the first American-based sports leagues to start up again through the pandemic. The games return on July 8th with the standings still fresh. Contrary to most soccer accounts’ Instagram comments, the MLS is a league all fans should be excited for.  American soccer supporters should begin to feel less distant when comparing themselves to their European counterparts because the MLS has promise of its own.   What is most promising is its setting: America. Ambition is the biggest factor. Fans need to win. Players need to succeed. In America, ambition is bred. ...

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