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Construction workers broke ground on the new stadium in 2014 and expect to complete by early next soccer season. Photo: Orlando City Soccer.
Intersection

Intersection: EB-5 Visas, State Legislative Races & Soccer


The Orlando City Soccer Club grabbed headlines when news broke that it’s luring foreign investors with green cards as a way to help build the new stadium in Orlando. Intersection talks to  Gonzalo Lopez Jordan, from the company that’s reaching out to foreign nationals who want a green card and have the cash to put towards this new stadium.
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Orlando is one of ten cities hosting Copa matches. Photo: Copa America Centenario.
Central Florida News

Orlando Hosts International Soccer Tournament, Copa America


The tournament known to bring together the fiercest international soccer players in competition is kicking off tonight in Santa Clara, California and will make its way to Orlando’s Camping World Stadium tomorrow. Orlando is one of ten cities hosting the tournament which, in its 100th year, is taking place for the first time outside of South America.
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Central Florida News

Orlando Will Host Copa America Tournament Next Year


It’s official. Orlando is one of eleven U.S. cities that will host next year’s Copa America Centenario. This is the 100-year anniversary of the South American soccer tournament. Central Florida Sports Commission President and CEO John Bisignano says renovations to the Citrus Bowl played a big role in Orlando’s competitive bid.
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A Florida bill would allow needle exchange programs to operate across the state.
Intersection

Intersection: Friday News Round Table


Heroin has overtaken cocaine as the deadliest street drug in Orange County and Mayor Teresa Jacobs says she wants to do something about it – fast. What’s the best way to tackle the heroin problem in Central Florida? And if it’s not heroin, will something else spring up just as fast to replace it? That story and more on the Friday news round table.
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