The fate of a Major League Soccer stadium in Charlotte is now in the hands of the city after Mecklenburg County Commissioners voted to give Memorial Stadium to the city.
A group hoping to bring Major League Soccer to the Queen City took another shot with City Council Thursday hoping to land some funding to build a new stadium.
Soccer fans becoming more vocal about bringing a professional team to Charlotte, as city leaders discuss funding for a new stadium.
Check out these photos from MLS 4 CLT Tuesday, July 18th.
Soccer fans and community leaders rallied for Major League Soccer in Uptown Charlotte. The question remains will city leaders approve funds for a new stadium. This after both the city and county cancelled meetings with MLS during their day visit.
MLS4CLT is hosting a rally to show community support for bringing a Major League Soccer team to Charlotte.
Will Major League Soccer happen here in Charlotte. Mayor Roberts says city says they might not have the money to pay for it. But Roberts says she wants to hear from those who would be most impacted first.
The United States, Mexico and Canada are joining together and will enter a bid to host the 2026 World Cup.
The Charlotte Independence announced today that defender Dennis Castillo has been loaned from MLS' Colorado Rapids.
Charlotte has a bid in for a Major League Soccer franchise, but there are still many questions to be answered.
Speedway Motorsports executive Marcus Smith tweeted that he's moving forward with a plan to bring Major League Soccer to Charlotte.
CHARLOTTE, NC-- Charlotte will put in a bid for a Major League Soccer team even without the city on board. The Queen City is one of 12 cities in the running for four future franchises.…
Mecklenburg County Commissioners agreed to spend nearly $44 million on a new soccer stadium Thursday.