Austin FC reveal images of new stadium

Austin FC reveal images of new stadium

Sunday 23rd June 2019

Austin FC have released more images of their new stadium. The team have been officially unveiled as the 27th MLS franchise and will join the top US league for the start of the 2021 season.

Work on the new 20,500 seater stadium will begin in September. The cost of the project is an estimated $240m (approx £190m). It is hoped that the stadium will be ready in time for Austin’s debut season.

A video of the stadium can be seen on Austin’s Twitter page:

Incredibly, the club have taken deposits for 30,000 season tickets in the first 24 hours of sale. You might need a bigger stadium, lads.


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