Stadium measure's defeat likely ends St. Louis' MLS chances

Posted April 06, 2017

Hundreds of thousands of dollars in advertising and visits by national soccer figures didn't sway St. Louis voters, who again made it clear Tuesday they don't want taxpayer money to be poured into a professional sports stadium.

St. Louis' newly elected mayor is promising to help the city reduce the sort of violent crime that devastated her own family two decades ago.

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MLS leaders have expressed strong interest in St. Louis, but only if voters agreed to public funding.

Failure of the soccer stadium measure, which was defeated by 53 percent to 47 percent margin, will apparently doom St. Louis' chances of becoming a three-sport town again anytime soon.

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Earlier in the year MLS said the timeline was for meetings and evaluations of the 12 expansion candidates to take place during the first half of 2017 and two expansion teams to be announced before the end of 2017 and begin play in 2020. The most it won in any ward was 59 percent, in Ward 16, which largely consists of the St. Louis Hills neighborhood in South City.

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Without the new stadium, MLS is now likely to bypass St. Louis in favor of one of the other cities that have applied for an expansion franchise, which the league confirmed through a statement that called the vote a "significant setback" for their efforts. Though the state was negotiating for the potential sale or lease of 24 acres of land for the stadium site, Republican Gov. Eric Greitens is a staunch opponent of public funding for stadiums.