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Orlando City SC Set To Announce Details Of Transition Into MLS
Published November 19, 2013
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While the Citrus Bowl, the club’s current stadium, is being renovated, Orlando City SC will play its final season in the USL Pro league at Disney’s Wide World of Sports soccer complex. The team will eventually move into an $84M soccer stadium on city-owned land near Amway Center. With NYC FC also joining MLS in '15, the league will have 21 franchises before reaching its announced goal of 24 by '20.