Written by: Ahmed Mohamed
Today, Thursday, it was announced that the San Diego team had officially joined the Major League Soccer, to become the 30th team in the league, and to start its duties in the local championship, starting from the 2024-2025 season.
The American club San Diego is owned by businessman and Egyptian billionaire Mohamed Mansour. The latter also owns and co-owns the “Right to Dream” academy in Ghana and the Danish Norrchiland club.
The San Diego team will play its matches at the Snapdragon Stadium, which was opened in 2022 and has a capacity of 35,000 spectators. Next July, the stadium will host the 2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup semi-final match.
It is worth noting that San Diego is the most expensive club in the history of Major League Soccer, and one of the 10 most expensive football clubs in the world.
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