MLS NEXT is developing the next generation of U.S. soccer talent and giving these players the digital tool to tell their own stories.
From drive-in movie theaters to Twitch, numerous sports businesses are finding ways to ensure a positive company culture for their employees.
Among the efforts is a $1 million donation from owners to Black Players For Change, the group of more than 170 players that first banded together in June.
In 2018, Orlando City Soccer CEO Alex Leitao was the league’s only person of color in this position. Since then, he has been joined by Peter Tomozawa of Seattle Sounders FC; Nelson Rodriguez of the Chicago Fire; and Jorge Mas of Inter Miami CF.
Athletes, teams and leagues have been more outspoken this year about racial and social justice issues than ever before, especially heading into a contentious election cycle. But while team owners […]
Days after coming under fire for critical comments around racial justice protests and allegations he used racist language, Dell Loy Hansen will sell Utah Soccer Holdings, which includes MLS club […]