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Miami FC is a well-known professional American soccer club. It plays in the First Division in United Soccer Leagues. The team came into existence in 2006.
Traffic Sports USA owns the Miami FC. The owners of this club also own and organize South American club tournaments. Some of these tournaments include the Copa Sudamericana and Copa America.
The Miami FC played its very first game as a club on April 16, 2006, at Tropical Park Stadium. This was their first home stadium. The first goal was scored by Mario El Loco Rodr?guez in the 77th minute of the match. Assisting him in this effort was Zinho, who played for Brazil's World Cup champion team in 1994. Romario, another star from the same championship was signed to strengthen the team. Though he was injured, the club honored him by giving him the ceremonial first kick.
Mascot and Nickname Contest:
To decide on a mascot and a nickname, the Miami FC decided to host a competition through public schools. This was restricted to the greater Miami-Dade area. An elementary school student, Shia Moreno, won a prize for the nickname [?Blues'] she came up with. Daniel Townsend, a senior student at Robert Morgan Educational Center was winner for the mascot [?Hotshot'] he suggested. This mascot was a flaming sonic-like character.
An avid fan and photographer of the club, Victor Palkaninec, established the Miami FC supporter's group. This supporter group also built a website, www.miamifc2.com. Victor Palkaninec reports all games through his photography. The website makes use of images taken during each game, it also makes use of updates and game recaps that are handed over by Marcos Ommatti, the Miami FC's media relation's manager.
The Miami FC supporter group also held its tailgating party. This was the first ever party of its kind that it held, and it was hosted prior to the game against the Puerto Rico Islanders. Victor Palkaninec and other members, such as pb9000 (Random Thoughts podcast creator), Chris Green (Robert Morgan High School WRMN8 News, iPatchNews.com), and Newtbomb89 (YouTube video poster) had the opportunity to meet with Luiz Muzzi, Miami FC manager. They also got to meet plater Chris Big Smooth Williams.
Player of the Brazilian World Cup Winning squad, Romario, recently signed a short-term contract to play in Australia with the Australian league premier team, Adelaide United. Romaria has now returned to play for ?Vasco da Gama' in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. On the 20th of May, 2007 Romario scored the 1000th goal pf his career while playing against Sport from Recife.