- Eden Hazard has become a part owner of a team in the second tier North American Soccer League
- The Belgians owns the club with other footballers like Demba Ba, Yohan Cabaye and Moussa Sow
- The unnamed American club will make its league debut in the spring of 2018
Eden Hazard has teamed up with other footballers to become the part owner of a club in the second tier North American Soccer League.
He joins former Chelsea team-mate Didier Drogba in becoming part owner of a new football club in the United States.
Demba Ba, Yohan Cabaye and Moussa Sow - as well as local investors - came together to launch a team in San Diego, California.
The unnamed club will make its league debut in the spring of 2018 in the second tier North American Soccer League.
"San Diego is a beautiful place and the love and passion the people have for soccer made this an easy choice for us," Hazard said.
"My friends and I are honored to turn this dream into a reality and we can't wait to get started and win some games."
Drogba recently became football's first player-owner when he joined Phoenix Rising, who play in the rival second tier United Soccer League.
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