We have some new KC Current stadium renderings, as the NWSL team pursues a privately financed facility on the east end of the Berkley Riverfront in Kansas City, Missouri.
The club has added seating for a total projected capacity of 11,500 along with in-stadium amenities like a Concourse Club and Scoreboard Bar. Here’s the Concourse Club rendering:
Here’s the Scoreboard Club.
And here’s an updated exterior.
“Elite facilities are an essential part of the future for this team,” said team president Allison Howard via press release. “Our new stadium will be an incredible place for athletes to compete at their highest level and the additional amenities will ensure that Kansas City fans have an experience worthy of the passion they bring to every match.”
The new stadium will be the first soccer stadium purpose-built for an NWSL team. As part of a 50-year lease agreement with Port KC, the stadium will be built on a 7.08-acre site on the east end of the park in Kansas City, Mo. in partnership with primary design and construction partners Generator Studio, JE Dunn and Monarch Build.
Generator Studio and Monarch Build are also partners in building the Current’s training facility, which will open in June. The training facility, exclusively privately funded by team owners, will be located in Riverside, Mo. and features team training features with a world-class locker room, elite weight and cardio rooms and multiple outdoor pitches.
Renderings courtesy Generator Studio.