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Sacramento Republic FC Begin Work On Soccer Stadium, Hoping Venue Seals MLS Bid

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 28 / 17

Today's #GroundMaking event at The Railyards marked an important step in our and the Sacramento community's efforts to #BringItHome . pic.twitter.com/sYT0kJDvG3 — Republic FC (@SacRepublicFC) July 28, 2017 Sacramento Republic FC began groundwork Thursday on their $250M ...

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