The Orlando City Soccer Club has found a new home, although temporary, to play in 2014, as the Florida Citrus Bowl begins renovations worth $200 million dollars. The team will play its home games at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at the Disney World Resort.
This will be the team’s temporary home for one year during renovations of the Florida Citrus Bowl. The Florida Citrus Bowl is set to re-open in early 2015
Recently Orange County approved the plans to spend $20 million on a new soccer stadium.
The deal also includes money for a renovated Citrus Bowl and the second part of the Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center.
The soccer stadium will be built west of downtown in Parramore and would help make Orlando City Soccer an MLS franchise.
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