2026 World Cup bid could help Robert Kraft score Boston goal
2 monthes ago - By Boston Herald
Bob Kraft and the New England Revolution moved the ball up the field in their quest to boost soccer and build momentum for a stadium in downtown Boston with yesterday's FIFA announcement that the 2026 World Cup will be held in North America, with Gillette Stadium a likely venue. Kraft was part of the three-nation team that won the 2026 bid, and has long aimed at both goals - elevating soccer in the U.S. market and putting his team in Boston.
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