When in Florida many Brits like to take in a sports event and we are pleased to indicate some of those available.
Orlando City SCL: https://www.orlandocitysc.com
The Club entered the MLS in 2015 and opened their new, state-of-the-art stadium located in downtown Orlando in 2017.
The stadium also hosts the womens soccer team Orlando Pride
45 minute tours of the stadium can be arranged at https://www.orlandocitysc.com/tours
Tampa Bay Rowdies: https://www.rowdiessoccer.com/
There are three NFL teams in Florida they are:-
Miami Dolphins https://www.miamidolphins.com/https://www.miamidolphins.com/s://w https://www.miamidolphins.com/ww.miamidolphins.com/://www.miamidolphins.c
Tampa Bay Buccaneers https://www.buccaneers.com
Jacksonville Jaguars https://www.jaguars.com
Orlando Magic https://www.nba.com/magic/
There are 567 teams in Florida of which the major team is:-
Miami Marlins https://www.mlb.com/marlins
The Tampa Bay Rays https://www.mlb.com/rays
For those who enjoy fast moving skillful sport
Florida Panthers https://www.nhl.com/panthers
Tampa Bay Lightning https://www.nhl.com/lightning
Orlando City Stadium is a brand new, state-of-the-art stadium located in downtown Orlando, FL. Opened in 2017, the stadium is home to MLS team Orlando City and NWSL team Orlando Pride.
The Orlando City Stadium Tour takes you on a 45-minute journey behind-the-scenes to see these iconic locations throughout the Stadium:
- Player’s Locker Room
- Player Walkout Tunnel
- Press Box
- Owner’s Suite
- On-Field Warmup Seats
- The Wall
After over a decade without an MLS team, Orlando City SC joined the league in 2015 after five seasons as a second-level team. The team played its first two MLS seasons at the venue now known as Camping World Stadium before opening Orlando City Stadium in 2017. Meanwhile, a Major League Soccer expansion team led by David Beckham is under development.
The Tampa Bay Rowdies of the original North American Soccer League was the area’s first major sports franchise, beginning play in 1975. The Rowdies were an immediate success, drawing good crowds and winning Soccer Bowl ’75 in their first season to bring Tampa its first professional sports championship.
The Tampa Bay Mutiny were the first MLS club to win the Supporters’ Shield in the league’s history. The club operated from 1996 until 2001. The Miami Fusion played in MLS from 1998 to 2001, winning the Supporters’ Shield in their last season.
The Tampa Bay Rowdies, founded in 2008 as F.C. Tampa Bay, currently play in the United Soccer League, joining the league after leaving the North American Soccer League in 2016. In this time, they’ve won one championship in the 2012 North American Soccer League season.
In 2016, the Orlando Pride, operated by Orlando City, began play in the National Women’s Soccer League. They have played at the same venue as their parent club throughout their history–Camping World Stadium in 2016 and Orlando City Stadium ever since.