Tuesday is set to be a big day in the history of Orlando City Soccer Club.
The ambitious USL PRO side is set to be named as Major League Soccer's 21st franchise, with a public celebration in downtown Orlando planned for the momentous occasion, as MLS prepares to return to Florida after flopping with Tampa Bay and Miami in the league's early days.
Orlando City is making waves even before that, though. Prior to officially being granted MLS status, the club announced an extension of its current jersey sponsorship deal with Orlando Health, which makes the organization the first to have an MLS jersey deal in place before joining the league.
With all of the uncertainty that typically surrounds MLS expansion franchises, Orlando City certainly seems to have its ducks in a row in preparation of joining North America's top flight. STRAUS: Q&A with Orlando City president Phil Rawlins