Football is the newest sport fever in the United States, breaking record after record of views every year. During the FIFA World Cup in 2014, the Orlando City sold 7500 tickets of the entire season for 2015 in just one month. The MLS is already one of the world's six major football leagues in average attendance - 18,600 people - ahead even of the Brazilian Championship.
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ORLANDO CITY BRAZIL
The Orlando City is a team that represents the Brazilian passion in the fastest growing soccer league in the world, Major League Soccer (MLS). Team owned by Brazilian entrepreneur Flavio Augusto da Silva, the Orlando City debuted in the major league of the United States and Canada in 2015.
About 11,000 Americans welcomed Kaka in July of that year, during the official ceremony that introduced him to Orlando Citi in the central area of the city. At 32, the midfielder will be the first athlete named Best FIFA World Player playing in the MLS in 15 years since the German Lothar Matthäus in 2000.
FIFA World Cup Champion 2002 for Brazil, Kaka was voted Best FIFA World Player in 2007, the year he also won the award for Best Player in Europe UEFA and the World FIFA Club Golden Ball .
OUR HOUSE IN 2015
In 2015, the Orlando City will play in the Citrus Bowl stadium. One of the venues of the World Cup 1994 FIFA, the arena has just undergone a reconstruction of R $ 470 million. The stadium holds 65,000 spectators.
In 2016, the Orlando City will move to their own stadium, an arena of R $ 260 million, in the heart of the city. The modern and comfortable stadium Orlando City will have an initial capacity of 20 thousand people.
The season of Major League Soccer extends from March to December.
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