Originally Posted by Golyadkin
Out of curiousity, how many cities in the U.S. have built soccer-specific stadiums? Seems like it'd be kinda rare.
There are 18 MLS teams, of those, the majority have their own stadiums. The exceptions are:
Both play in NFL stadiums owned by the team owners, so they pay no rent.
-DC, plays in RFK stadium, but is only tenant, they pay the city for rent.
-San Jose, has been planning their own stadiums forever, but still plays in a rented one.
And I think thats it? Houston is obviously getting their own, and Kansas has their own stadium opening this year. Chivas and LA share a soccer stadium.