The German Bundesliga and MLS signed a partnership agreement that will ensure that the two leagues collaborate on everything from player development to marketing. The executive director of the Christian Siefery Bundesliga and MLS Commissioner Don Garber made an announcement at a convention of Sportel in Miami, saying the exchange of information and experience will contribute to the development of sport in both countries. This relationship will benefit and will be a major step forward for Major League Soccer. There is a general awareness that this era of globalization means new challenges for soccer, the sport more global. For the MLS is an honor to enter this mutually beneficial agreement with the Bundesliga, one of the best-run football leagues and most successful in the world. While the Bundesliga is one of the best leagues in the world, there is much to be learned from the MLS, which operates under a strict wage system and a business model unique sport. Discussions have been initiated with Major League Soccer by has made impressive progress since its inception in 1996.
The league also seeks to learn from the MLS, there are other examples that the organization and a modern league with an eye on the future can provide. And just as the league appears to be proud of contributing to the continued progress of soccer in the United States. The company is the latest in a series of bridges built between the MLS and European leagues established.