In Alabama, there is little doubt that football is king. The Crimson Tide and the Tigers dominate Saturday fall rituals, and Friday Night Lights shine bright on football fields from the Tennessee Valley to the Gulf Coast.
But that’s not stopping a public push to build newer and bigger venues for other sports, particularly soccer. And in Mobile County Friday, a celebration will be held commencing the construction of a long-awaited soccer complex that some believe will add a much-needed injection of sports tourism into a city starving for more playing fields.
“We have a 30-field deficit from a […]Read more »