Page 8 of The article states that the USL is "requesting" that the franchises all construct their own stadiums by 2020. It also says that Louisville Ci... 113 comments | 12833 Views | Go to page 1 →
Feb 6, 18, 12:41 PM #106
EDIT: Just read it would seat 10,000 - probably too small for 6A and maybe some other classes in that situation.Advertisement
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I canít fault them. This isnít UofL where they can get a bunch of donors and take out some municipal bonds to get it built.
The ownership is building this thing themselves (the city is only in on securing property rights and infrastructure changes) and so itís all on them. Lower division soccer in this country is still a pretty big gamble for investors.
Feb 13, 18, 10:21 AM #113Aaaaaand now we have it:
"FCC President and General Manager Jeff Berding had previously said, without addressing specifics, that there would be no negative impact on the school.
But at Monday’s meeting, he finally said what residents were waiting to hear.
Berding proposed that if the West End were to be picked, there would be a land exchange, that Stargell Stadium would be rebuilt and relocated to make room for FCC’s."
FC Cincinnati wants to relocate high school field if West End is selected
Jun 1, 18, 07:33 AM #114Well that was just about the last hurdle...
Kentucky Finance Cabinet approved the TIF district in the Butchertown neighborhood, clearing the way for Louisville City to start construction.
One of the team’s ownership group said yesterday that they expect to have a groundbreaking sometime before the end of June. Barring some sort of last-minute surprise, this project is on schedule to be completed by the start of the 2020 season.