Mayor Ron Nirenberg said Friday that San Antonio will “play until the whistle blows.”
San Antonio was left off the list of four finalists currently being considered for two Major League Soccer expansion teams, according to an announcement Wednesday by the league.
Maintaining a strong environment for job creation and economic development remains atop Bexar County’s agenda, County Judge Nelson Wolff said Monday.
San Antonio FC midfielder Kris Tyrpak went to college for academics only to find his groove in athletics.
San Antonio FC announced Thursday that it will be the United Soccer League affiliate of Major League Soccer’s New York City Football Club in 2017.
Four MLS teams will be added, and two will be selected in 2017. MLS officials mentioned San Antonio as a strong candidate for expansion.
San Antonio FC will take an important step in the life cycle of a professional soccer club this fall when it launches its Pro Academy.
The United Soccer League ceremonially awarded its 31st franchise to San Antonio at Toyota Field. USL officials also announced Thursday that Spurs Sports and Entertainment (SSE) would own and operate the city’s new soccer club in March 2016.
Hundreds of soccer fans and officials celebrated an agreement between the City, Bexar County and Spurs Sports & Entertainment (SS&E) to start a United Soccer League franchise at Toyota Field on Tuesday.
Bexar County Commissioners Court on Monday morning approved agreements required for the County and the City to jointly acquire Toyota Field, a penultimate move in an effort to lure the Major League Soccer to San Antonio.