Featured Story

LAFC To Construct New Training Site On Cal State Univ. Campus At Cost Of $30M

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 25 / 17

The Cal State Univ. BOT yesterday "approved an ambitious plan for the construction of a state-of-the-art soccer facility at Cal State L.A. that will become the headquarters and training home" for LAFC, which will join MLS next season, according to Kevin Baxter of the L.A. TIMES. LAFC will spend...

Read More

Tags: Facilities, MLS

More Stories

02/24/99
FACILITY NOTES

Twelve cities have submitted bids to host the 2003 and 2004 NCAA Women''s Final Fours. The cities include Atlanta, Birmingham, Boston, Charlotte, Detroit, East Rutherford, Greensboro, Memphis, Nashvil

Tags: Facilities, NCAA

02/24/99
DC MAYOR WANTS TO BRING BASEBALL ALONG THE POTOMAC

DC Mayor Anthony Williams joined "top" DC city council leaders yesterday in "launching what they envision as a community effort to attract" an MLB team to DC and build a $330M, 45,000-seat ballpark, a

Tags: Facilities, HNTB, MLB

02/23/99
BACK TO THE FUTURE: ARENA FEATURES TOUT HISTORY

The Pacers are employing some "novel sponsorship" approaches at their new Conseco Fieldhouse to "help advance the retro-theme" of the $175M arena, while giving "fans unique exposure to some of the fra

Tags: Facilities, Indiana Pacers

02/23/99
FACILITY NOTES

Despite "private warnings" from workers of the main construction contractor, Hensel Phelps Construction, that the Raleigh Arena might not open until December, Centennial Authority members "say they ha

Tags: Boston Red Sox, Facilities

02/23/99
TORONTO LOOKING TO MAKE ANOTHER TRADE: ARENA USE FOR SUITE

The City of Toronto "wants to trade some of its rights to use the Air Canada Centre as a venue for community events in return for a 12-seat corporate box," according to Paul Moloney of the TORONTO STA

Tags: Facilities, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment

02/22/99
AIR CANADA CENTRE OPENS TO MOSTLY POSITIVE REVIEWS

The Air Canada Centre in Toronto held its grand opening over the weekend with a Maple Leafs win on Saturday night and a Raptors victory on Sunday afternoon. In Toronto, Josh Brown writes it "was a goo

Tags: Facilities, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, Montreal Canadiens, NBA, Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Raptors

02/19/99
FACILITY NOTES

The Browns will build an additional 35 luxury suites at the new Cleveland Stadium. Lease prices for the original suites are $60,000-$125,000 per season, while the new ones will cost $35,000-$70,000 (B

Tags: Cleveland Browns, Facilities, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Raptors

02/19/99
PIRATES CHOOSE AGENCY TO MARKET PNC PARK; HOPE FOR PENGUINS?

The Pirates have named PA-based Burson-Marsteller to market the new PNC Park. Pirates VP/Ballpark Development & Communications Steve Greenberg: "We were looking for an agency that would spark interest

Tags: Facilities, Pittsburgh Penguins, Pittsburgh Pirates

02/18/99
FACILITY NOTES

In Dallas, Steve Davis wrote that the MLS Crew''s new 22,500-seat stadium "looks more and more like a road map to success for others to follow." Davis: "Columbus'' bold move is drawing attention outsi

Tags: Columbus Crew, Facilities, MLS

02/18/99
MURPHY'S LAW: PITTSBURGH MAYOR SAYS NO NEW ARENA FOR PENS

Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy, "in some of his toughest rhetoric to date," yesterday "flatly ruled out talks with the current owners of the Penguins on the possibility of a new arena," according to Ann

Tags: Facilities, Pittsburgh Penguins

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug