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Soccer fans seem hungry for MLS in San Diego according to : San Diego Union Tribune

As it stated in The MLS team would share the stadium with San Diego State’s football team.
There’s no reason to believe if they bring an MLS franchise to San Diego that it won’t be supported.
The former high school soccer teammates moved to San Diego from Massachusetts several years ago and were avid fans of the MLS’s New England Revolution.
Of San Diego being a viable MLS city, Bradley, said, “I can’t give a good answer.
His reaction to Major League soccer possibly awarding San Diego an expansion team that would play in a new stadium on the Qualcomm site?

Soccer fans seem hungry for MLS in San Diego

as mentioned in “soccer is about building bridges, it’s not about building walls,” said USA soccer fan Anthony Villanueva we’re all friends here.”
SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) — Crowds gathered inside Qualcomm Stadium Sunday afternoon for soccer.
“It will take a while, but I think people will eventually get used to having the idea of having an MLS team,” said USA soccer fan Geraldo Santamaria.
After investors introduced a proposal to transform Qualcomm into a 30,000-seat stadium for Aztecs football and a new Major League soccer franchise, many are waiting to see if San Diego will get a soccer team.
The US men’s national soccer team hosted a “friendly” match against Serbia – an exhibition game before the team gets prepped for World Cup qualifiers.

U.S. Soccer Selects San Jose to Host USA-Honduras World Cup Qualifier on March 24

as mentioned in MNTCHICAGO (Jan. 29, 2017) – U.S. Soccer has selected Avaya Stadium to host the critical FIFA World Cup Qualifier between the United States and Honduras on March 24 in San Jose.
Certain groups will have a greater chance in the lottery process compared to the general public.
The match in San Jose will be the first World Cup Qualifier since Bruce Arena took over as head coach of the MNT last November.
Following the completion of the application phase, a computer program will randomly select those who are to receive tickets.
Due to the anticipated high demand for and limited supply of tickets to the match, U.S. Soccer will use a lottery system to allocate tickets among those who apply.

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