In the National Football Federation, the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles and Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas have been partially funded in public dollars. By offering to help pay bills for new, modern facilities, these cities have poured millions of dollars into construction projects to attract teams.

In Major League Soccer, however, growing support for the sport has led to the concession to build and pay for their own stadiums, according to The New York Times. Seven football stadiums are active for existing franchising and expansion groups. The tournament plans to increase to 30 teams by 2022, up from 26.

MLS players have gathered this month near Orlando, Florida, for a tournament that will mark the end of the tournament suspension due to the COVID-19 epidemic that began in mid-March.

As the action on the pitch heats up, here’s a closer look at the seven new MLS stadiums, all of which could end in the next few years.

West End Stadium, Ohio

Capacity: 26,000
Construction commencement: 2018
Opening prediction: 2021

FC Cincinnati has only one season to play in the MLS under its belt in 2019. However, construction on the West End Stadium, named for its place in the city, has been going since 2018. The campaign, worth $ 250 million, receives $ 35 million from the city for infrastructure and support for neighboring areas.

The 550,000-square-foot stadium includes measures to keep fans safe from the coronavirus, including restrooms with no-touch taps and reduced capacity seats during the first season.

Austin FC Stadium, Texas

Capacity 20,500
Construction commencement: 2019
Opening prediction: 2021

Unlike Cincinnati, Austin FC, the first professional sports franchise of the city of Texas hasn’t been played for a season. And 2021 is expected to be the first year that the match takes place here.

Last September, the owner of Austin FC agreed to begin construction of the $ 260 million stadium on 24 acres of vacant land, which is owned by the city. Construction of the site will be financed privately, but the completed stadium will be owned by the city of Austin. Revenue from the games will go to the team, and the club will pay the city $ 550,000 in the form of an annual lease. In addition, the team is building a $ 45 million five-mile training center from the stadium.