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MLS: Austin FC’s Q2 Stadium Selected To Host 2025 All-Star Game

Written by Patrick Echatah

The 2025 MLS All-Star Game will take place in Austin FC’s Q2 Stadium next summer, Major League Soccer announced today.


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At a later time, the 29th MLS All-Star Game opponent and date will be revealed.

A week-long festival of football and culture for supporters of all ages will take place at locations across Austin in addition to the match, which is being organised by MLS and the city.

Community programming and fan entertainment will be available at these elite events, which include the MLS All-Star Skills Challenge with by AT&T, the MLS NEXT All-Star Game presented by Allstate, the MLS All-Star Soccer Celebration, and the MLS All-Star Concert.

“We are thrilled to bring the 2025 MLS All-Star Game to Austin, a market known for its rich cultural and entertainment scene and world-class events,” said Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber. “Austin has quickly become one of the top soccer markets in our country, selling out 60 consecutive Austin FC matches and hosting many marquee soccer events the past three years. We look forward to working alongside the entire Austin FC staff and local leaders to deliver an unforgettable and exciting MLS All-Star Week for everyone.”

When Austin FC joined Major League Soccer in 2021, they became the first significant professional sports team to play in the capital of Texas. The MLS All-Star Game will be held in the Lone Star State for the first time since 2010 next summer.

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Meanwhile…

Brazilian winger Célio Pompeu has signed a new deal with St. Louis CITY SC, the team announced on Friday

With a club option for 2027, the 24-year-old Brazilian is now signed through the 2026 MLS season.

“We are proud to see Célio’s growth through our pipeline”, sporting director Lutz Pfannenstiel said in a press release. “He has grown as a professional, both on and off the field, and to reap the rewards with a new contract was something he worked really hard for. Celio continues to elevate his game each and every day and we hope that he doesn’t stop raising the bar.”

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