IMG, SUM Get Biggest U.S. Soccer Event Since 1994 World Cup

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  • IMG and Soccer United Marketing said to bid almost $20 million
  • Competition had been in doubt after $110 million bribe scheme

IMG and Soccer United Marketing won selling rights for the the biggest soccer event to be held in the U.S. since the 1994 World Cup, after the 2016 tournament was almost canceled amid fallout from the FIFA corruption scandal.

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