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September 24, 2018

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Soccer is booming in Florida

Mark R. Howard | 8/28/2014

In his monthly column, Florida Trend's Executive Editor Mark Howard discusses how the global popularity of soccer has taken hold in Florida. “To quote one acquaintance with a perspective that’s still prevalent: ‘Yep, soccer’s the sport of the future. And it’ll be the sport of the future 20 years from now.’ Many in Florida, however, are making significant bets that soccer’s time has already arrived.”

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