For the past few months, there has been news emerging with more and more franchise clubs appearing which will be competing in the MLS. Franchises from Atlanta, Minnesota and Los Angeles have been the latest ones.
Both Atlanta and Los Angeles are expected to be competing in the MLS starting from the season of 2018-19 while Minnesota United is scheduled to be sooner as it’s debut season is predicted to be at the season of 2017-18.
David Beckham’s Miami franchise club is also underway as the MLS continues to be getting bigger as each year rolls by, however, buying a franchise club from now on will be more expensive as this was announced by the MLS Deputy Commissioner Mark Abbott.
The MLS is generally considered to be a not so expensive option for aspiring sports team owners as they could get a MLS franchise team without spending so much money in comparison to other sports and businesses.