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State’s first soccer-specific pro-level stadium being built


Kentucky’s first soccer-specific professional league stadium is currently being built as part of a $200 million, 40-acre mixed-use facility adjacent to Waterfront Park, on the Ohio River.

The 11,300 seat stadium will be home to Louisville City Football Club, two-time defending champions of the United Soccer League (USL). The currently play at Louisville Slugger Field.

The stadium is a project of Messer Construction Co., one of the region’s largest building contractors, and Harmon Construction in North Vernon, Ind. “This will be a transformative, iconic addition for Louisville and the state,” said John Megibben, Messer vice president and Louisville market leader.

The Kentucky 100 staff

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