It has been more than seven years since the area’s capabilities to add to its professional sports offerings has been evaluated.
When it comes to public policy, it is easy to get caught up in the “scandal of the day” and miss the larger picture.
Wolff made the request in a letter sent on Friday to Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber, asking for clarification on the status of San Antonio’s bid for the franchise.
San Antonio made its case to be considered a city that can support high level soccer with four high profile matches over the weekend.
San Antonio FC’s bid to secure a Major League Soccer expansion franchise comes wrapped in winning colors: the silver and black of the San Antonio Spurs.
Four MLS teams will be added, and two will be selected in 2017. MLS officials mentioned San Antonio as a strong candidate for expansion.
As San Antonio FC enters the final stages of its inaugural season, it is worth taking a look back to analyze how its season compares to the first season of its predecessor, the San Antonio Scorpions.
Two weeks ago, the Major League Soccer (MLS) All-Star Game in San Jose, Calif.
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.
Mayor Ivy Taylor and her supporters might be right to call for a new $75 million downtown sports venue, but baseball is the wrong sport and the 2017 bond is the wrong funding mechanism.