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Greenville Triumph has released renderings for a proposed soccer stadium as part of a broader mixed-use district in the South Carolina destination. Rendering via Greenville Triumph

USL Teams in Greenville, Lexington Unveil Stadium Renderings

Two USL League One clubs have released renderings for proposal stadiums to be built in their respective destinations as the league’s building boom continues. Greenville Triumph SC unveiled plans for a new 8,100-seat multi-purpose stadium to be constructed in the South Carolina destination in conjunction with the city of Mauldin and Greenville County. The proposed […]

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World Lacrosse Names Christy Cahill as Chief Brand and Communications Officer

World Lacrosse has hired Christy Cahill as its chief brand & communications officer, playing a leading role in the sport’s campaign for inclusion on the Olympic Program starting with the 2028 Los Angeles Games. ​In her new role, Cahill will be charged with driving awareness and interest in the sport of lacrosse around the world […]

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The Basin Sports Complex Names Andy Cedillo as General Manager

Andy Cedillo has been named general manager of The Basin Sports Complex by the University of Texas Permian Basin, which hosts the community sports property in Odessa, Texas, that is managed by Sports Facilities Management. Cedillo’s background includes parks and recreation and events management as part of the city of Midland and their Parks and […]

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HSBC World Rugby Sevens Event in Los Angeles Postponed

World Rugby and USA Rugby have postponed the upcoming U.S. leg of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, the LA Sevens, from early March until August 27–28 because of the pandemic. With an adjustment to the HSBC Vancouver Sevens the move means that Los Angeles will serve as the Grand Finale of the Men’s Series. […]

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Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu, right, delivers to Tampa Bay Rays' Michael Brosseau in an empty stadium during the fourth inning of a baseball game Friday, July 24, 2020, in St. Petersburg, Fla. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

Major League Baseball Rejects Rays’ Split-Season Plan Between Tampa Bay, Montreal

The proposed plan to split the Rays’ Major League Baseball seasons between Tampa Bay and Montreal has been rejected by MLB, the team announced on Thursday. The MLB Executive Council allowed the Rays in June 2019 to explore plans for a shared season with the team playing games in spring training in Tampa Bay, then […]

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2022 and 2023 Wrestling Freestyle World Cup Heading to Xtream Arena

United World Wrestling has awarded both the 2022 and 2023 Men’s and Women’s Freestyle World Cup to Xtream Arena in Coralville, Iowa, the first time in history that the men’s and women’s freestyle World Cup events will be held side-by-side. USA Wrestling made the announcement on Thursday. The World Cup, wrestling’s international dual meet championships, […]

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Visit Beaver County Joins PA Sports

Visit Beaver County has become the 14th member of PA Sports, the statewide organization charged with attracting and supporting economy-boosting sporting events in Pennsylvania. “We are excited to welcome Visit Beaver County to PA Sports,” said Mark Jeanneret, chair of PA Sports and executive director of the Erie Sports Commission. “The addition of Beaver County […]

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USFL Inaugural Season Heading to Birmingham

The USFL’s revival this spring will take place in Birmingham, Alabama, with games to be staged at Protective Stadium and Legion Field. AL.com reported the news on Wednesday. The league was focused on Birmingham as the single site for the spring season for more than a month. The Birmingham City Council two weeks ago approved […]

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Signage is displayed at M&T Stadium during a news conference to announce Baltimore's bid to host 2026 World Cup soccer games at the stadium, Thursday, July 15, 2021, in Baltimore. Eighteen U.S. stadiums in 17 areas are bidding for the event, which will be the first with 48 nations and the first with three co-hosts, the U.S, Mexico and Canada. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

Report: Baltimore, D.C. May Combine World Cup 2026 Host Bid

Two of the cities in the race to host games for the 2026 FIFA World Cup in North America may be joining forces, according to a report in the Washington Post. The report said the bids for Washington, D.C., and Baltimore may be combined because of concerns over FedEx Field, the centerpiece of the D.C. […]

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