Pittsburgh Power http://wesa.fm en Can the Steel City Be A Fútbol Town, Too? http://wesa.fm/post/can-steel-city-be-f-tbol-town-too <p>With their new stadium in Station Square, the <a href="http://www.riverhounds.com">Pittsburgh River Hounds</a> are hoping that professional soccer will finally score in the “City of Champions.” The club, founded in 1999, is a part of the USL Pro League and has not had a successful history in Pittsburgh.</p><p>Pittsburgh Post Gazette Sports Writer Emeritus Bob Dvorchak explains that soccer has been unable to share in the popularity of the city’s other professional sports because it is the least established.&nbsp; Despite high numbers at Steelers, Penguins and Pirates games, Pittsburgh may not be big enough to sustain a fourth professional sport.</p><p> Mon, 22 Jul 2013 19:19:14 +0000 Katherine Blackley 13546 at http://wesa.fm Can the Steel City Be A Fútbol Town, Too?