Milwaukee’s pro soccer team says it won’t take the field til at least 2026.
Managers with Milwaukee Pro Soccer announced yesterday that it is delaying its opening by at least a year. The team says it wants to ‘make sure we get that product, that fan experience, and our facilities right.’ The team is supposed to play in the USL Championship League, which is the second highest tier of soccer in America. Part of the wait is the wait for a stadium. That’s scheduled to be built in the new Iron District. Governor Evers, earlier this month, earmarked just over nine million-dollars for the stadium.