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Major League Soccer is one of the fastest growing leagues in the world.  The combination of increased quality on the field, soccer-specific stadiums, new owners investing in the league, increased attendance numbers, strong demand for expansion, healthy television contracts and David Beckham’s 2007 arrival has increased Major League Soccer’s exposure to international players looking to come play in the United States.  Recently, MLS became the 3rd most attended professional sports league in the United States surpassing the NBA and NHL. MLS is one of the most difficult leagues to play in due to the travel, time zone differentials, salary cap, parity amongst the clubs and the physical nature of the game.  

Major League Soccer is also home to some very unique rules and regulations not found anywhere else in the world such as a salary cap which limits the amount of money clubs are able to spend on their rosters, the discovery process, and playoff system.  However, MLS has never had a check bounce and will always pay on time and in full.  North America also has many qualities of life outside of the pitch and is a great place for players’ families to live.

Let Stone Sports Management’s knowledge of league rules, immigration issues, club needs, and the Collective Bargaining Agreement help the international player understand the market place to determine if it is a good fit for their career. 

Stone Sports Management LLC
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Columbus, OH 43215 USA
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