The Columbus, Ohio crew stadium
Columbus Crew SC, one of the most successful franchises at MLS, is building a new $ 300 million stadium, in the city’s Arena district next year. The neighborhood focused on sports and entertainment also has a National Hockey League and a small tournament baseball stadium.
The organization has mobilized private finance for the newly named stadium and will convert the former site, Mapfire Stadium, into a training center.
Free Park Miami, Florida
Inter Miami CF, another new open group joining MLS, is using private finance to build both a $ 60 million stadium, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as well as its future stadiums. it’s in Miami. The first stadium will be converted into a training center after the more complex stadium ends.
The larger stadium will be part of a $ 1 billion sports-focused development, including a hotel and residential area spanning 131 acres, to be leased by the city to the team. Negotiations about development are ongoing. David Beckham, one of the most famous footballers in the world, is a co-owner of Inter Miami.
St., Missouri Stadium
St. MLS Team Louis has no name, nor does he have a stadium in the future. This year, however, the owners saved up to $ 400 million in private funding to build a football-only stadium in the city center to franchise some of the blocks from the bearing Arch. symbolic.
Columbia Fair Stadium, Tennessee
Nashville SC, which will use Nissan Stadium as its home ground if the season isn’t over, has had a number of failures with the construction of the new stadium. Allegations of unfair bidding practices interfere with construction that started on the $ 275 million stadium.
According to the ruling, Mortenson and Messer could still build the project, but the organization had to redo the meeting to inform the public about the construction.
Railyards Stadium, California
Sacramento Republic FC has been playing at the MLS since 2014, although the team has sought to build its own stadium and develop the area around the Sacramento Railyards. The long-abandoned space will be converted into 240 recreational local acres, including a stadium, which will likely cost around $ 226 million. Initial approval from the city of Sacramento has begun.