Orlando continued their on field dominance in 2014, picking up the regular season title. Kevin Molino emerged as the standout player of the year, scoring a league record breaking 20 goals and 9 assists. Off the field, the club announced their new crest for Major League Soccer with a series of street art pieces celebrating Orlando, and released renderings of the new downtown soccer stadium. In June and July, the club hosted a series of watch parties at Wall Street, with a capacity crowd of 11,000 turning up to watch the USA take on Belgium. At that game, the club introduced their first designated player, the World Cup winning, Champions League winning, former World Player of the Year- Kaká.