Major League Soccer
Kevin Nagle, the majority owner of Sacramento Republic Football Club, joined Grant during the show’s third segment. The two discussed the possibility of Major League Soccer selecting the city to receive an expansion team, and […]
In L.A. where image is everything, Sacramento put on quite a show.
A group of hopefuls tried out for a spot on what could be Sacramento’s first Major League Soccer team.
A key cornerstone to the plan to bring an MLS team to Sacramento may already be under construction in downtown Sacramento. After years of uncertainty whether the Kings would stay in town, the city put together a plan to keep the team in Sacramento
Sacramento and two other cities will be making their case for a Major League Soccer expansion team come Thursday.
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson and Republic FC officials are New York City where they met with Major League Soccer executives, hoping to convince them Sacramento is ready for a league expansion team.
The Sacramento Republic won the USL Pro championship in the team’s inaugural on Saturday with a 2-0 win over the Harrisburg City Islanders.
Not willing to completely bask in the glow of Saturday night’s USL Pro Championship, Republic FC is rolling out a new campaign.
Major League Soccer executives learned more about site plans for a professional soccer field at the downtown rail yards on Friday.
“We’re very excited about learning about Sacramento and what’s been happening with soccer here,” Abbott said.
The city dressed in purple for an NBA visit in 2011 to help keep the Sacramento Kings in Sacramento. Now the city is ready to dazzle again, this time for a professional soccer team.
The Republic (26-6-4, 52 pts) has consistently sold out games at both its new home at Bonney Field and the larger venue Hughes Stadium. Earlier this season, it set a USL Pro record for highest attendance in a season.