David Beckham met with Florida governor Rick Scott looking to garner support for a new stadium in Miami's waterfront for his new Major League Soccer (MLS) team. Beckham and his investors, Simon Fuller and Brightstar Corporation CEO Marcelo Claure, are hoping to gain the same tax benefits that Major League Baseball (MLB), National Football League (NFL), National Basketball Association (NBA), and National Hockey League (NHL) have received in the past.
David Beckham, along with business manager Simon Fuller and co-investor Marcelo Claure, recently inspected Marlins Park and FIU Stadium as possible sites for a temporary home for their future Major League Soccer (MLS) expansion franchise. LeBron James has expressed interest in investing in Beckham's project saying, "I think it can be huge."
Former Los Angeles Galaxy, Manchester United, AC Milan, and Paris Saint-Germain midfielder David Beckham has chosen Miami as the location for where he would like establish an expansion Major League Soccer team. But with a fair-weather fanbase and humid playing conditions, can Beckham succeed in South Beach?
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