As expected, MountainStar Sports Group officially announced their intentions to pursue an Major League Soccer franchise for El Paso. Alan Ledford, President of MSSG told a group of El Paso and Juarez media members that today marks the first step in a grassroots campaign to secure MLS
After 15,171 fans attended Sunday night's friendly soccer match between Chivas and Cruzeiro, many people are asking the same question. What's next? The exhibition had been marketed as El Paso's chance to impress Major League Soccer and show them that we deserve an expansion team
It has been a busy year for Alan Ledford. He has helped oversee the inaugural season of El Paso Chihuahuas Triple-A baseball. A few weeks ago, he also disclosed that his ownership group is exploring the possibility of bringing a Major League Soccer franchise to El Paso
While soccer fans from all over the world are watching the World Cup, MountainStar Sports Group announced that they are working hard to bring professional soccer to El Paso. The same ownership team responsible for Triple-A baseball and a new $75 million ballpark in downtown El Paso issued a press release on Monday describing their preliminary conversations with Major League Soccer
If you were driving on I-10 today, you might have noticed a new mystery billboard in various parts of town. It is courtesy of Mountainstar Sports Group and the El Paso Triple-A baseball team. The franchise still does not have a nickname or mascot, but the partial logo released can help us start the guessing game
Today has been on of the most controversial days we have seen in a long time when it comes to the new Triple A Baseball team here in El Paso. We honestly haven't seen a day like this in a long, long time
Today, MountainStar Sports Group revealed the top five finalist name ideas for El Paso’s Triple-A baseball team, to be voted on by the public beginning today through midnight on Thursday, June 27, 2013 at www.elpasotriplea.c
For the last few weeks, many people have wondered what the final version of the new downtown ballpark will look like. City Engineer Alan Shubert has insisted that the new stadium will exceed the $40 million that was budgeted for its construction and alluded to the fact that the designers would have to reconfigure the ballpark if they were unable to secure the additional funding needed
What will be the long term effect of Tuesday’s 5-3 vote by City Council to approve $52.8 million in bonds to finance the new downtown ballpark? When the Council first approved $50 million to allocate for the stadium last summer, many people felt the amount would cover all of its construction costs
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