Inter Miami are due to enter Major League Soccer in 2020.
The franchise, owned by David Beckham, was born five years ago and has been preparing to debut ever since.
It takes an awful lot of work to build a football team from the ground up - and for Beckham - that actually includes building a stadium too.
Miami are expected to play in Fort Lauderdale for their first two seasons until a brand new, state of the art venue is ready.
Earlier this week, plans were unveiled for the 26,000 seater stadium - which will be named Miami Freedom Park - and it's going to be absolutely stunning.
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The glitzy design includes a rooftop cocktail bar, massive LED screens on the outside of the ground and plenty of palm trees dotted around the local area.
A hotel, office park and a shopping centre are all proposed for the site as well, according to the Mirror.
Check out the announcement video below:
How amazing does that look? Of course, building a stadium as nice as that is going to cost serious money - £750 million to be exact.
But Inter Miami have stressed that the project does not 'hinge on taxpayers money' and it is '100 percent privately funded by the club'.
As many as 225 workers will be on-site for 12 hours a day to try and ensure the facility is build by 2022, which is when the team hopes to move in.
But it's not just building a stadium that Beckham has to worry about. He's currently in the process of putting together a squad and has just five players in his ranks.
Interestingly, the likes of Luis Suarez, David Silva and even Lionel Messi have been linked with moving to Miami in the near future.
But right now, Becks needs to concentrate on bringing in a few more players to ensure everything is ready for the 2020 MLS season.News Now - Sport News