FC Cincinnati fans are eagerly awaiting news about whether the soccer club will be granted an expansion bid from Major League Soccer.
Officials with Major League Soccer will hold a press conference Wednesday in Nashville to make a "significant announcement".
Detroit's plan is to share Ford Field as a two-team arena.
If that is the case, Detroit, Sacramento and several bidding cities that were not among the finalists will vie for two additional spots in the coming years.
But, according to ESPN, Sacramento is further along in the stadium construction process and that has fans here hopeful.
All I know is when I got that PR email from the MLS about Nashville's new team, I got sad.
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"Nashville wins. And Nashville is cooler today than it was yesterday", the daily paper there says at the top of its newsbreak Tuesday morning. Owners and officials representing the expansion markets will make presentations to MLS Commissioner Don Garber and the league's expansion committee on December 6 in NY.
A second team in Southern California, Los Angeles FC, will begin play in 2018 at a new stadium next to the L.A. Coliseum, raising the number of teams to 23.
It is too close to call between Sacramento and Cincinnati who are both worthy of an MLS team in this round of expansion. John Ingram, lead investor of Nashville's expansion group, will also be present. Boosters in each presumably already know the choice.
They and other local boosters, including Mayor Mike Duggan, are speaking to the league commissioner and expansion committee.
The team would have to pay a $150 million fee to join the league in 2020.