Does anybody see the possibility of any level---local and/or state and/or federal---of government assisting in building actual soccer stadiums for a World Cup bid like you see in Europe(Ukraine/Poland '12&France '16)? I know we don't necessarily need them, but I think FIFA---as corrupt as they may be---like the idea of the game being played in actual soccer stadiums. We shouldn't be at the 1994 point in our soccer history, so we shouldn't have to settle for football stadiums. I see some problems with the question. Why spend the money, especially if it's not there to spend and there already are usable venues? Will the stadium be big enough for the WC, but not too big for the MLS club? What to do with the old stadiums? What will be the percentage share of club investment,public investment,private investment? Could the stadium be centrally located for good access to transportation infrastructure? Just a thought.