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The new soccer stadium will be home to a USL Championship team.

Pawtucket, Rhode Island, Breaks Ground on USL Championship Stadium

An official groundbreaking in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, has moved the city closer to the arrival of a United Soccer League Championship club. Investors, elected officials, executives and dignitaries gathered August 12 to celebrate a major milestone for the club and community. Brett M. Johnson, founder of Fortuitous Partners, along with supporting owner and former United […]

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United Soccer League and Legends Enter 10-Year Partnership

The United Soccer League and Legends have announced a multi-faceted, 10-year partnership that will accelerate the USL’s growth and drive future business. The USL has more than 200 professional and pre-professional clubs across the United States and is in rapid expansion mode, looking to add more than 25 professional clubs over the next five years […]

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USL Bolsters Executive Leadership With Two Hires

The USL has named Court Jeske to the position as chief commercial officer, expanding his previous role in leading the league’s business development and partnerships, while adding veteran soccer marketing executive Greg Lalas as the USL’s first chief marketing officer. The new hire of Lalas and promotion of Jeske is part of the league’s expansion […]

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United Soccer League Names Missy Price Vice President of Women’s Soccer

The United Soccer League has named Missy Price as vice president of women’s soccer to lead on-field initiatives for the USL’s youth-to-pro women’s pathway and support USL Super League and W League Clubs in structuring their technical departments. Price brings more than 20 years of experience as a coach, instructor, consultant, author, and public speaker. She […]

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Amanda Vandervort Named USL Super League President

Amanda Vandervort will be the first president of the USL Super League, the professional second division women’s soccer league slated to kick off in 2023. The United Soccer League made the formal announcement on Tuesday morning. A sports executive with more than 20 years of experience across all levels of women’s and men’s soccer, Vandervort […]

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