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Audi Sunday Recap: Orlando City Unveils New Stadium Plans, New Numbers For August

Orlando City Unveils Renderings of New Downtown Stadium
On Friday, Orlando City officials released images of plans for its $155 million, 25,500 seat stadium. Construction is planned to last 12-14 months and the Lions will continue playing at the Citrus Bowl until the stadium is completed. Several weeks ago, Orlando City owner Flávio Augusto da Silva announced the team would privately finance the construction.
Explore the renderings.

Orlando City Adds Adrian Winter, David Mateos
On Wednesday, Orlando City announced its acquisition of Swiss attacking midfielder Adrian Winter and former Real Madrid defender David Mateos. Winter, 29, has played more than 200 games in the Swiss Super League, spending the last five seasons with FC Luzern. Mateos, 28, spent his early career in the Real Madrid system before moving to Hungarian club Ferencvarosi.
Read more.

Kaká Earns MLS All-Star MVP
Orlando City and MLS All-Star captain Kaká earn MVP honors after scoring the game’s opening goal and assisting David Villa’s goal just three minutes later. The MLS All-Stars would go on to defeat Tottenham Hotspur, 2-1.

Lions’ Jerseys to Have Custom Numbers in August
Throughout the month of August, Orlando City’s jersey numbers will be a collage of pictures of season ticket-holder’s faces. The custom numbers will be on both home and away jerseys and will be available for purchase here
Take a look at each number in detail.

Lions Blast Crew SC With 5-2 Win
Cyle Larin continued his hot streak on Saturday with two more goals, tying Damani Ralph’s 2003 record for most goals by a rookie with his fifth in two games. Darwin Cerén, Cristian Higuita, and Aurélien Collin also got on the score sheet for a huge win at home.


UPDATE: June 10, 2020 - Major League Soccer announced it will restart the 2020 season with all 26 MLS clubs competing in the MLS is Back Tournament at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida beginning July 8. Upon completion of the tournament, MLS plans to continue its regular season with a revised schedule in home markets. The revised schedule may see certain matches from the original 2020 MLS regular season schedule being cancelled or rescheduled. The final number of matches and the schedule for the remainder of the 2020 MLS regular season and related ticket policies will be announced in the coming weeks.