Some semi-local soccer news has dropped, as the National Soccer Hall of Fame is officially moving to Frisco. The institution was founded in 1979 and found an official home in Oneonta, N.Y. in 1999, but it shut down in 2010 due to financial difficulties. Now, the U.S. Soccer Federation has brokered a deal to house the museum in Toyota Stadium, the home of FC Dallas, as part of $39 million in improvements to the facility. The final vote approving the move (from Frisco ISD) went through on Tuesday. No word yet on an opening date for the new Hall of Fame, but you’ll be able to go there to see the Women’s World Cup trophies won in 1991, 1999, and this past summer, the first soccer ball ever made in America, and the New York Cosmos jersey belonging to Pelé.