The Miami Football Club
The Miami FC have won nine trophies in four seasons of play. The club, which started play in the North American Soccer League in 2016, will be joining the USL Championship in 2020.
Professional fútbol re-emerged in Vice City with the birth of The Miami Football Club. The team was announced on May 19, 2015.
International entrepreneur Riccardo Silva and world-renowned soccer superstar Paolo Maldini teamed up to bring Miami professional soccer.
“I’m proud and excited to be part of this venture. I strongly believe in the growth of soccer in the USA, and this is the perfect project to develop a top-class soccer team in one of the most important cities in the world. We are glad not only to bring a professional soccer team to Miami, but also to support all of its communities through our social responsibility commitment. Miami has been my second home for 15 years, so I look forward to spending more and more time here as Co-owner of Miami FC, giving my enthusiastic contribution for its success.”
“I’m proud to support a venture that is not only bringing world-class professional soccer to Miami but also a project with an active charity program for the local community. As Miami moves forward in the world of business and arts, we feel that it’s a good time to also take a step further in the world of sports and soccer, and we will do that with dedication and passion, bringing our business and soccer expertise. Miami is a dynamic and multi-cultural city that is passionate for sports and has been longing for a marquee soccer franchise. Soccer and international culture are a perfect combination – especially for the youth and future generations to come.”
- Miami FC in action versus Tampa BayMatch Preview ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (Sep. 2, 2020) — The Miami FC return to action tonight when they take the pitch at Al Lang Stadium versus the Tampa Bay Rowdies. It’s been an uncharacteristically rough season for the Aque, Blue and Orange made more complicated by the interuptions related to the pandemic. However, since Paul […]
- Miami FC returns to playDisappointing 4-3 loss to Atlanta United 2 KENNESAW, Ga. (July 29, 2020) — The Miami FC returned to action for the first time in 145 days, dropping a 4-3 decision to Atlanta United 2 in the USL Championship at Fifth Third Bank Stadium in Kennesaw, Ga. Miami came out strong in both halves, but mistakes […]
- Preview Miami FC at Atlanta United 2MIAMI (July 29, 2020) — The Miami FC returns to the pitch tonight in an away game in Kennesaw, GA against Atlanta United 2. Miami’s local professional fútbol club returns to action tonight. It will be the aqua, blue and orange’s first game since the beginning of the USL Championship’s 2020 season on Mar. 7, […]
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