Los Angeles Aztecs

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The Los Angeles Aztecs was a pro soccer team founded in 1974 by a real estate millionaire, Dr. Jack Gregory, as the newest expansion team of the North American Soccer League (NASL). In 1968 the NASL was the largest professional soccer league with 17 teams playing throughout the United States and…

Why Santa Ana is Still an Ideal Option for Major League Soccer

UPDATE: A grassroots LAFC supporters movement out of Santa Ana has launched on Facebook, complete with planning options for a stadium in the downtown. Impressive effort to say the least. FULL DISCLOSURE: I, Omar Ávalos Gallegos, perhaps the most well-known or visible proponent of putting Major League Soccer in Santa Ana going back some years,… Read More Why Santa Ana is Still an Ideal Option for Major League Soccer

Major League Soccer is Still Eyeing Santa Ana

The MLS to Santa Ana saga continues. UPDATE, NOV. 5, 2014: LAFC ownership confirmed that they’re open “to all options in LA and OC.” .@TrueBlueLowry21 Super complex question. Number 1 priority-a winning home for the team & fans. Open to all options in LA & Orange County. — LAFC (@LAFC) November 6, 2014 PREVIOUSLY: Major… Read More Major League Soccer is Still Eyeing Santa Ana