New stadium for Orlando City's B team

New stadium for Orlando City's B team

Friday 11th October 2019

Orlando city are to renovate an old baseball stadium to turn it into the new home for their B team.

The club have acquired the rights to the land at Osceola Heritage Park to the south of the city near Kissimmee, and will turn the old Osceola County Stadium into the new 5,400 capacity stadium suitable for football.

The B team play in USL League One which is effectively the third tier in American "soccer" after the MLS and USL Championship. The club previously played its home games at Monteverde Academy.

It is expected that Orlando City B will be in the new stadium in time for the start of the 2020 season in March.

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