NEW YORK (AP) A Dutch soccer team that has been in a permanent home at a soccer field in Manhattan for more than 50 years is getting a new home at an airport.
The soccer club Papillion announced on Wednesday that it would move to a new temporary soccer stadium in Queens, where it has been playing since the 1950s.
The team, which plays in the Dutch league, has been a fixture in New York since the early 1970s.
It plays in a temporary stadium on the lower east side of Manhattan in Queens and also plays at the Queens Sports Center.
The team moved from its former home at St. Andrew’s Church in Manhattan’s West Village in 2016.