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Orlando City Soccer EB-5 Visa Investment Orlando

The Orlando City Soccer Club grabbed headlines when news broke that it’s luring foreign investors with green cards as a way to help build the new stadium in Orlando. Intersection talks to  Gonzalo Lopez Jordan, from the company that’s reaching out to foreign nationals who want a green card and have the cash to put towards this new stadium.

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Orlando City Soccer expands marketing to pubs

Orlando City swept into the town in a wave of excitement and marketing genius six years ago. The sudden growth of soccer and the team within Orlando itself has been one of the more intriguing sports stories in the soccer world in the United States.

The Lions have no sense of slowing down. They had to expand their stadium plans because of the demand for tickets and the team is averaging more than 35,000 fans per game — a small sample size weighted by the 60,000-plus the team got in its opener, but still much more than the team’s stadium is expected to hold when it is completed.

Kaka Injury: Updates on Orlando City Star's Status and Return

Orlando City captain Kaka will not be able to participate in Copa America Centenario for the Brazil national team due to a muscle injury.

Brazilian journalist Paulo Freitas reported the news on Kaka, citing former goalkeeper and general national team coordinator Gilmar Rinaldi as the source of information.

Orlando is best city for soccer fans, study says - From OS

Orlando is the best city in the nation for soccer fans, according to a new study from personal finance website 

The City Beautiful is one of 10 U.S. cities to play host to the 2016 COPA América Centenario, which kicks off June 3. This marks the first time the international soccer tournament will be held outside of South America.

Orlando: Say Hello to Molino! - Orlando City Soccer vs New York Red Bulls Recap 5/29/16

     It’s very close to the shot that you dream about as an athlete. The game’s winding down. There are seconds left to play. Suddenly the ball comes your way and within seconds you score the game-tying goal! I imagine that’s how exactly how Lion’s midfielder Kevin Molino felt as he booted in a perfectly placed pass from forward Cyle Larin to end the game in a tie. It was one of those games in which New York City fans were already on their way out of the stadium with peace of mind brewing in their heads from a sure-felt win.

Orlando City Soccer Makes Another Trip to The Big Apple

Already with a win verse the New York City Football Club, Orlando packs their bags - hopeful to accomplish the same results. The Lions attained their win on March 18 when Orlando forward, Cyle Larin scored the game’s only goal. Yes, it was certainly a game that was comprised of defense rather than offense. There was only a combined twenty six shots taken.

Orlando City Soccer-themed pub planned downtown Orlando

 Orlando City Soccer Club -themed bar and restaurant called Lion's Pride is coming to Church Street, according to public documents.

Gustavo Fonseca filed documents with the City of Orlando calling for a new establishment at 123 W. Church Street with a stylized lion on the marquee, hearkening to the logo for Orlando's Major League Soccer team.

Orlando City Soccer Notches Another Tie Wednesday Night in Orlando

In a tough game, Orlando comes away with yet another tie against the Philadelphia Union. With injuries to a couple of Orlando’s key defenseman, should Orlando consider themselves fortunate to end last night’s game in a tie? Or should they feel discouraged and walk out of Camping World Stadium with their heads down in disappointment? That’s as tough of a call as the referees make on a nightly basis. One thing is for sure: Orlando played hard.

Orlando City Soccer Lions to Host Top-Seeded Philadelphia Union - Outlook!

After a 2-1 win last week verse Montreal, Orlando is looking to keep the momentum going as they host the number one seed tonight - The Philadelphia Union. Both, Philadelphia and Orlando are undefeated at home. While Philadelphia comes in with four wins at Talen Energy Stadium, Orlando comes in with two at Camping World Stadium. The Lions will try to continue that streak against this fundamentally sound Union team. Their top scorers, C.J. Sapong and Chris Pontius, have a combined fifty-seven shots amongst the two of them. Diversity? I think not.






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