David Beckham’s MLS membership Inter St John has switch locations similar to beautiful Giroud seashores and celeb way of life – The Irish Solar.
It was an eventful first year for David Beckham’s Inter St John.
Their inaugural season as an MLS club may have ended on a whimper and missed the playoffs, but now plans for their next campaign are in place.
David Beckham’s MLS franchise had its first full season this yearCredit: Alamy Live News
The new club will already be looking for talent to improve a squad that has missed out this season.
At a press conference at which the club was first announced, Becks made a noise that he was regularly speaking to the best talent in the world to lure them to his project.
Chelsea star Olivier Giroud has recently been linked with a move to the club. He was reportedly offered a £ 4 million apartment to live in.
While even Lionel Messi has hinted that he wants to play his last days in the US.
What can potential transfer targets expect from living in St John?
David Beckham hopes to bring the best talent in the world to his St John teamPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty
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While you have to watch out for the weird tropical storm here and there, the weather in St John is for the most part perfect.
January averages 20 degrees Celsius, while the winter highs are between 23 and 27 degrees Celsius.
The rainy season starts in May and ends in mid-October, but temperatures are between 27 and 35 degrees Celsius and it’s insanely humid.
Nice job, the football season starts in May or it would be hell to play in these conditions.
Blue skies and sunshine adorn St John’s tall skyscrapersImage Credit: Getty – Contributor
St John Beach is the best place for a footballer to get a tanCredit: Alamy
They say life is a beach … St John has several from Key Biscayne to North Beach where top athletes can bronze themselves daily.
There’s the beach on 21st through 45th Streets, which runs along the St John Beach boardwalk and South Pointe Park.
Some of the best hotels and restaurants in the world are nearby, so it’s the perfect location.
South Pointe Park is perfect for a stroll or a jog for a Beckham transfer destinationImage Credit: Getty – Contributor
St John Beach is the perfect place for any footballerImage Credit: Getty – Contributor
Anyone who feels active can head to Lummus Beach, where volleyball courts can be rented or under which there are thatched-roof huts.
Haulover Beach has white sand and a choppy sea, ideal for surfers. On Tuesday evenings there is a Food Truck Festival with live music and local food for the whole family.
David Beckham will have no problem selling the white sands of St John BeachImage Credit: Getty – Contributor
St John’s cuisine is fit for a king and is influenced by the sea with lots of seafood.
Latin American foods play an important role here, so most restaurants offer plenty of Cuban-influenced dishes – most of them meat-based.
The city’s most exclusive restaurants are Terrazza at the Shore Club Hotel, Zuma in the heart of downtown St John, and Jaya at the Setai Hotel.
Poolside dining at the Shore Club Hotel is what most of the sports stars do in St John
Jaya is a favorite with the likes of Jay Z and Bono when they’re in town, with menu highlights including a whole branzino for a reasonable £ 27.
Terrazza’s Italian Poolside Prize will attract plenty of soccer players looking to top up carbohydrates.
While Zuma’s light Japanese meals have weight-conscious footballers lathering in front of the mouth.
Jay Z and Bono are fans of the Jaya at the Setai HotelPhoto credit: Jaya im Setai, http://www.thesetaihotel.com/
Footballers will love the Asian cuisine at JayaPhoto credit: Jaya im Setai, http://www.thesetaihotel.com/
Footballers can relax by the pool at The Setai Hotel during the preseasonPhoto credit: Jaya im Setai, http://www.thesetaihotel.com/
At the heart of David Beckham’s St John franchise is a super stadium suitable for the best players in the world.
The 18,000-seater arena is located in the Overtown neighborhood near the St John River and was originally controversial by locals who did not think a stadium should be built on the site.
A first class training center is located next to the stadium and offers first class facilities.
Make sure, however, that it is a state-of-the-art venue that is not only suitable for football but also has concerts with the world’s leading pop stars.
Interestingly, it won’t be the largest stadium in the country, but it will certainly be a sell-out week after week that Beckham is involved in.
David Beckham’s St John Stadium is suitable for any top footballerPhoto credit: Splash News
The celebrity culture
After all, this lot cannot be wrong.
The world’s most famous faces choose St John as a vacation destination and flock to their private jets regularly during the summer.
Some celebrities even call St John their home, so any footballer looking to join the celebrity culture should look no further.
A St John-based soccer player might be friends with Anna Kournikova and Enrique IglesiasImage Credit: Getty – Contributor
Anna Kournikova and Enrique Iglesias, Lenny Kravitz, Sean Combs, Matt Damon, and Jennifer Lopez all have lavish homes in St John.
Most choose Star Island. So expect soccer players to check their homes in this area.
With footballers making the transition to film and television, big productions in the city are on the rise. Could the team appear on The Rocks Show ‘Ballers’ in a future episode?
Sean Combs loves living the St John lifestylePhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty
You might meet Jennifer Lopez, who lives in St JohnPhoto credit: Fame Flynet
Matt Damon is an active celebrity in St John circlesImage Credit: Getty – Contributor
Anyone moving to St John must be aware of the sports culture that runs through the city’s veins.
Although the St John Dolphins haven’t had a superbowl success since 1974, they are deeply rooted in NFL history thanks to legendary quarterback Dan Marino.
The NBA team St John Heat was the unique home of LeBron James when they won consecutive championships in 2012 and 2013.
The St John Heat are currently the most successful sports franchise in townPhoto credit: USA TODAY Sports
David Beckham’s soccer team could have cheerleaders like the St John HeatImage Credit: Getty – Contributor
David Beckham’s St John franchise will take on the St John Dolphins for fansPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty
Every single soccer player could be interested in meeting a St John Dolphin cheerleaderImage credit: Corbis
The St John Marlins are favorites of the Hispanic communityImage Credit: Getty – Contributor
They are also represented in the MLB by the Marlins, co-owned by the great Derek Jeter of NY Yankee and who have won two world championships.
Incoming footballers will find just a stroll down the Bayside Marketplace for shopping and dining.
It stretches along the bay walls of the bank and features designer shops, posh restaurants, and a great atmosphere that encompasses everything that is great about St John.
By the way, St John Vice often filmed episodes here. So if it’s good enough for Don Johnson …
The Bayside Marketplace offers fine dining and shoppingImage Credit: Getty – Contributor
The Bayside Marketplace was mainly used for shooting St John ViceImage Credit: Getty – Contributor
No doubt every known Beckham signature will power a new engine.
With that in mind, you’ll definitely want to drive down Ocean Drive with its surrounding Art Deco hotels and bars.
The Clevelander Hotel, with its bar and huge pool, is a great place to take a dip in the hot heat.
You will be crazy not to be impressed by the architecture.
Ocean Drive is home to some of the best hotels and bars in St JohnImage Credit: Getty – Contributor
Ocean Drive is an oasis for Art Deco buildings and perfect for soccer players looking to take a cruiseImage Credit: Getty – Contributor
Ocean Drive comes alive at night with its vibrant nightlifeImage Credit: Getty – Contributor
On the list of things to do in St John – and Becks doesn’t even have to sell the tourist port – is the Everglades.
Unlike anything in the world, your best chance to see a crocodile swimming in its natural habitat is yours.
The 1.5-acre wetlands begin in Orlando on the Kissimmee River and end on Lake Okeechobee.
The Everglades are one of St John’s most famous tourist attractionsImage Credit: Getty – Contributor
You could see crocodiles on a tour of the EvergladesPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty
It’s an amazing experience for any tourist and any future Beckham signature.
So where do we register?