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Old July 9th, 2019, 02:57 AM   #16861
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A potential partnership between the Seattle Sounders, Tacoma Rainiers and Tacoma Metro Parks to build a stadium in central Tacoma could take another step towards reality on Tuesday.

That’s when the feasibility study is scheduled to go before the Tacoma City Council. Back in January, when Reign FC announced they were moving to Tacoma on a full-time basis, the City gave a brief update on the status of a potential stadium development. The City revealed that the proposal was in the middle of the feasibility study and that more information would be forthcoming at the completion of that process.

Renderings made their way online in the last month, and sources confirm the feasibility study is complete, and ready to be reviewed by the City Council. The study will presumably outline the economic costs and benefits of the development, including — importantly — the public contribution required to build it.
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Old July 9th, 2019, 05:38 PM   #16862
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Red Wolves Break Ground on $125 million Stadium Development

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CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and other elected officials joined Chattanooga Red Wolves Soccer Club owner Bob Martino in East Ridge on Tuesday morning to break ground on the USL League One club’s future stadium and the surrounding mixed-use development. The event signaled the beginning of a $125 million investment in East Ridge and Chattanooga that will make a significant economic impact on the county, region and state.

The area in East Ridge along Interstate 75 South will feature a state-of-the-art, soccer-specific stadium, housing, shops, restaurants, a hotel and expansive greenspaces and trails.

With the idea in mind of creating an experience around soccer, Martino’s plans include apartments and condominiums so people can live nearby the stadium, walk to events and enjoy dining and shopping in the neighborhood. To that end, the plan features 400 apartment and condominium units.

The plans also include 375 hotel rooms and 475,000 square feet of commercial space. The economic impact will span the region with the creation 1,200 new jobs, not including construction and other businesses.

Martino has plans for a trail running under Interstate 75 to connect the stadium and the team’s training center at Camp Jordan, which will also increase connections for people in the area.

Because the stadium layout is soccer specific, it will offer an incredible, up-close experience with amenities like concessions, merchandise, VIP boxes and special areas for fans and families. The stadium will house staff offices, lockers and spaces for the team to meet, review film and train.

When not in use by the Chattanooga Red Wolves, Dalton Red Wolves or Lady Red Wolves, the stadium will act as a venue for non-sports events, including concerts.
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Old July 10th, 2019, 07:40 AM   #16863
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City of Fort Lauderdale has approved the agreement to build the IMCF Training Facility and Stadium at old Lockhart Site. Proud to collaborate with the @FTLCityNews to create an amazing destination for our fans and community to enjoy. 2020, here we come! #freedomtodream
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So, another step closer to reality for Inter Miami, eh? Good news for the league, however... Maybe it's just me but it really itches my brain to see they chose "Freedom to dream" instead of the traditional "Free to dream!"
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The new Louisville City FC stadium is taking shape on Cable and Adams streets in Butchertown.

The stadium's construction is on budget and on time, according to project manager Jason Larkin of Messer Construction.

The 11,300-seat soccer stadium is the centerpiece of a $200 million mixed-use development on 40 acres across from Louisville's waterfront.
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Old July 12th, 2019, 04:30 PM   #16866
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The CEO of Minnesota United apologized to soccer fans Thursday for some recent growing pains at the new Allianz Field stadium in St. Paul.

Team CEO Chris Wright said in a statement that fans have experienced long lines and a shortage of food and beverage services at Allianz Field in the past week. The stadium's beer hall was open for the Women's World Cup championship on Sunday.

The team said it's working on improving some of the shortcomings during its inaugural season at the stadium. Wright said the team is working on "how we can be successful in every possible situation and conditions."
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Old July 12th, 2019, 11:39 PM   #16867
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In the final day of our #CountdownToDillon, we give you a sneak peak of the new Dillon Stadium! Come see for yourself and make history with us as we take on Indy Eleven TOMORROW at 5pm!
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Old July 13th, 2019, 12:21 AM   #16868
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Old July 15th, 2019, 02:30 AM   #16869
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FINAL SCORE: Hartford Athletic 2, Indy Eleven 1. We pull the upset and win our first-ever match at Dillon Stadium!!!!















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Old July 16th, 2019, 06:43 AM   #16870
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Old July 17th, 2019, 07:53 PM   #16871
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Old July 18th, 2019, 02:54 PM   #16872
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Is this a permanent structure?
Probably. It's a little annoying too...I don't know why northern VA can't have nice things. Pfitzner Stadium in Woodbridge looks like garbage, and now this. Hopefully there's room here to expand.
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The new stands @ Langford’s Westhills Stadium are nearing completion along the west side of the field.

The stands were delivered from Italy for Pacific FC’s arrival to Victoria, and will markedly increase the stadium’s attendee capacity.
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Is this a permanent structure?
No, it's a modular stadium similar to those in Phoenix and Sacramento.
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The 3D seat viewer for the new Louisville City stadium is live:

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Old July 23rd, 2019, 07:15 PM   #16877
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The games are usually at night? I seen the last photos that the stadiums lack of shadows if the game is in the day.
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Louisville City Football Club has unveiled the name for its new $65 million stadium in Butchertown.

The club announced Monday the state-of-the-art venue will be named Lynn Family Stadium, named after Dr. Mark Lynn and his family.

The Lynn family owns more than 50 VisionWorks stores in Kentucky and several other areas.

"We are thrilled to be able to contribute not only to the development and appreciation of soccer but to the Louisville community as a whole," said Dr. Mark and Cindy Lynn. "We have been fans of Louisville City FC since its inception, so this truly fits what we are passionate about."

"The Lynn family are the perfect fit for Louisville City because they believe in the same things we do as an organization: family, community and success," LouCity President Brad Estes said. "We feel fortunate to have a long-term partnership with a naming rights sponsor who aligns with our club’s values."

The club did not announce what the Lynn family paid for the stadium's naming rights, but the family committed to a 10-year partnership.
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A presentation Tuesday pitched a proposed outdoor stadium as not only a new home for OKC Energy, but as a venue that could draw events to Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma City officials are considering potential projects that could be included in a MAPS (Metropolitan Area Projects) 4 initiative. Several ideas were presented to city officials Tuesday, including a proposed outdoor multipurpose stadium.

Backers of the proposed stadium are calling for it to be centrally located, with a design that makes it equipped to handle multiple types of events. It would become the new home of USL Championship‘s OKC Energy–which currently plays at Taft Stadium–while also hosting other soccer matches, high school football, rugby, festivals, concerts, and more.

Officials say there are two options to build the venue, each with new amenities and features. The first option represented a $37 million to $42 million investment for an 8,000-seat stadium that would accommodate soccer, high school football, rugby, lacrosse, concerts and festivals.

Organizers believe it could host more than 60 events each year, which would bring $60 million annually to the city.

The second option was a $67 million to $72 million investment with 10,000 seats, shade structures and other amenities to improve the fan experience. Additional restrooms would be included, along with a larger stage and secondary stage. Organizers say this venue could host more than 80 events each year, which would bring over $79 million to the city.
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