THE incredible moment a rocket launched into space above Orlando City’s stadium during an MLS match was captured on TV.
Fans watching Orlando’s game with Montreal saw the historic Space X launch on Wednesday night.
Space X launched the Inspiration4 from the Kennedy Space Center and made it the first-ever orbital flight crewed only by tourists.
The space centre is around an hour away from Orlando’s Exploria Stadium on Florida’s Atlantic coast.
But the rocket could be seen during the game from the stands — which made sensational viewing during the first half.
The match continued as normal throughout, and for Monreal fans the sight only got better.
They ended up winning 4-2 to take them to third in the Eastern Conference.
Sitting eighth, six points behind but with one game in hand is David Beckham’s upstart Inter Miami side.
More interestingly, third-tier side Fort Lauderdale, owned by Beckham’s Inter Miami, have signed his 19-year-old son Romeo.
The versatile player – capable of playing in both defence and attack – been trained with both Inter Miami and Fort Lauderdale in the summer.
Romeo, who celebrated his birthday in Miami earlier this month, will not be the only son of a Manchester United legend in Fort Lauderdale’s ranks.
Harvey Neville – son of ex-Red Devils full-back Phil and current boss of Inter Miami – joined in May.
The midfielder, 19, has featured in 15 league matches this term as Fort Lauderdale sit fourth in the table.