|Country||United States of America|
|Category||Design awaiting implementation|
Description: Overtown Stadium
The proposed stadium in Overtown part of Miami is already the fourth site for an MLS stadium put forward by David Beckham's ownership group. Here a 25,000 capacity stadium would be built in a very constrained block, with residential buildings just across the street. It's by far the smallest of all four plots selected, but also the last one left an feasible.
This plan was announced for the first time in December 2015, but as of May 2017 Beckham could not secure the last piece of land needed to have the entire plot available for construction.
Miami: Beckham's plan in trouble yet again?
In case you thought this time it's actually going to happen, it might not. David Beckham's stadium plan is in jeopardy one more time as lawsuit against recent land deal is filed.
Miami: Beckham's Miami MLS dream edges closer after stadium plans approved
With soccer in North America booming, Beckham's hopes of finally being able to bring an MLS franchise to South Florida have overcome what had been seen as a big hurdle.
Miami: Beckham gets stadium land
David Beckham on Tuesday finally secured land to build a soccer stadium in Miami, after county commissioners approved selling him three acres for $9 million.
Miami: Beckham Group present updated design
During the first community meeting about proposed MLS stadium the Beckham Group presented new rendering and promised more jobs to the community. Could opposition stop this project?
New design: Beckham to finally seal the deal for Overtown?
There's only 1 hectare of land left to be bought by David Beckham and his partners. If sale gets approved and project accepted by the community, this is where the next MLS stadium gets built.