Louisville City Stadium
|Country||United States of America|
|Clubs||Louisville City FC|
|Category||Design being implemented|
|Cost||$ 65 mln|
|Construction||28/06/2018 - 2020|
|Contractor||Messer Construction, Harmon Construction|
Description: Louisville City Stadium
The first stadium Louisville City FC will call their own is about to be built just east of downtown, alongside the city’s largest highway hub. It will replace a large auto parts depot and become one of the catalysts of revitalization for this derelict part of Butchertown district.
Altogether 5 plots of 40 acres (16 hectares) are earmarked for the development. The site is notably located just 770 meters east of LouCity’s first professional ground (though baseball-specific), Slugger Field.
Capacity of the single-tiered stands was set at 11,700 in starting layout. This should suffice for 3rd league needs of LouCity, but also leaves enough room for the club to grow and reach MLS level by bringing the capacity up by 7-10,000 additional seats.
Kentucky: Louisville stadium half way there
Fresh stadium for Louisville City FC is now over 50% ready, just a year since groundbreaking. This time next year it's expected to have a number of games already hosted as it begins its debut USL season.
Kentucky: Butchertown Stadium to be managed by AEG [video]
Louisville City have announced that Anschutz Entertainment Group will manage the new stadium in Butchertown. The brand new stadium for as many as 14,000 people should be ready next year.
Kentucky: Louisville stadium now under construction
One of USL's most popular teams is living the dream of building a brand new stadium. Louisville City FC held groundbreaking last week and revealed new details, both in terms of capacity and design of their planned home.
Louisville: Support for Butchertown stadium plan
Chants could be heard around Butchertown and even Louisville's top leader showed his support. “Build the stadium,” Mayor Greg Fischer said. WHAS11 report.
New design: Kentucky’s ambitious 2nd league side
While you surely know Kentucky for KFC, you may not have heard of their soccer hopefuls, Louisville City FC. Despite playing in 2nd league they draw significant crowds and are ready to grow.