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Old Posted Jan 21, 2011, 4:45 AM
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Originally Posted by JACKinNYC View Post
Nice article. In addition, since SA is so close to Mexico and has a large Latino population which is historically into soccer, that's another qualifier for the demographics being right to support a MLS team.

My only question is since MLS's season is in the summer, and San Antonio's average high temperature in the summer months has been at or over 100 degrees in the past several years, would they schedule all the home games at night? Seems like it would be a good idea.
Season starts in late spring and ends in the fall, so night games would almost exclusively fill the mid-summer schedule with a few day matches during nicer weather months.

Only 15 home games in a season, so they can usually be very accommodating for local conditions...
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