Major League Soccer’s 25th Anniversary

The 25th Season for Major League Soccer begins in a few weeks. After considerable deliberation, governing authorities with MLS have unveiled their celebration plans with the 25th season. This follows after a prolonged expansion period that some multiple new organization enter the professional American soccer league. Unique experiences are anticipated for these marquee events, with a large portion being dedicated to official programming content. There’ll also be specialized events for new teams launching in 2020, which include Nashville SC and Inter Miami FC.

The Commissioner for Major League Soccer, Don Garber, issued out this confirmation announcement. He expressed that their 25th season will embark on the rich history of MLS, honouring those that grew this league. Memorable moments in their past will be recalled upon, with the celebrations occurring throughout the entire season. It’s anticipated that the MLS Championships will display one of the most significant celebration events in professional soccer’s history. MLS predicts that they’ll become the most popular league in North America, with year-to-year growth indicating that they could be true.

Individuals wanting to experience the upcoming 2020 Season, will have to wait until February 29th. However, it’s known which new players will be engaging with different teams. This follows after the MLS SuperDraft on January 9th, which was live-streamed on multiple platforms. New players aren’t the only changes coming to Major League Soccer in 2020. Numerous design elements are being altered for the 25th season. There’ll be a specialized crest that embroiled onto all jerseys throughout the upcoming season. Players will engage with a specially designed celebration ball throughout the 2020 MLS Championships; there’ll also be a uniquely crafted ball for standard season games. Those wanting to purchase either of these products will pay an increased premium, with jerseys costing $300.00 and footballs $450.00.

New Content

Major League Soccer provided a vague statement regarding new content for the 25th celebration season. However, that could mean a variety of products for consumers. Specialized gear could be released to honour twenty-five professional years of operation. This would extend beyond the 2020 Jerseys, which were showcased at the New York City Fashion Week this month. Sponsorship partners connected with Major League Soccer are anticipated to create specialized content and celebrations for supporters. All events will be held as MLS-based facilities. The first confirmed event included a Youth Soccer Challenge at the LAFC Stadium, which took place on January 15th and hosted the recently deceased Kobe Bryant.