Kansas City Current announces Billie’s Grocery as second restaurant partner in CPKC Stadium Kansas City Current

Kansas City Current announces Billie’s Grocery as second restaurant partner in CPKC Stadium

The Kansas City Current is proud to partner with Billie’s Grocery in CPKC Stadium starting in 2024. Billie’s is a perfect fit for the KC Current’s home venue as it is authentically KC, has a massive following, and emphasizes dietary and lifestyle friendly food options.


Fans and media are invited to attend a tasting and Teal Tuesday Takeover today from 12-1 pm at Billie’s Grocery located at 3216 Gillham Plaza Suite 100, Kansas City, MO 64109.

“I’m so excited that Billie’s Grocery will be in our stadium next year,” said Current midfielder Morgan Gautrat. “It’s my favorite spot in Kansas City to go out with friends and teammates to grab coffee and have a healthy meal. The vibes are always immaculate, and I can’t wait for more people to enjoy it on game days!”

Billie’s, located around section 128, will be a part of a local group of heavy-hitters joining the elite and unmatched CPKC Stadium food and beverage experience. The staple dishes Billie’s will offer within CPKC Stadium include their signature Sesame Chicken Salad with gluten free chicken and a KC Current-themed bowl with a base of teal rice, among other items.

“Partnering with a woman-owned restaurant that is not only appetizing and delicious, but also has a fresh and clean focus was a no-brainer for CPKC Stadium,” said Vice President of Marketing, Jocelyn Monroe. “Billie’s food is amazing and a must-visit for any food connoisseur. We want to bring that authentic KC feel and it’s clear that Robin’s love for this city shines through the savory food and beverage experience Billie’s offers to everyone.”

Designed by Nutritional Therapist Practitioner, Robin Krause, Billie’s Grocery brings mostly organic, nutrient-dense whole eats and treats to the community’s ever-growing health food scene.

“I want to be a part of the first stadium purpose-built for a women’s soccer team in the world to help support everyone involved and as a female business owner, I see this as a great opportunity to continue to grow my business reach with even more Kansas City consumers and fans,” said Krause. “This gives young female athletes the chance to dream big and work harder for what they want. To witness such an effort in Kansas City to make this happen is a gift to all who get to enjoy it, including myself. I have been lucky enough to have met many of the amazing players. I had the opportunity to work one-on-one with several teammates in a hands-on cooking class. These women work hard, support local and travel long distances from family and friends to support KC and it’s an honor to get to support them in their new stadium.”

Billie’s was named after Krause’s late father who was her hero. When he passed away, she sold five businesses and studied health coaching, became a certified herbalist and yoga teacher; using his inspiration to teach her family how to eat healthier.

“Billie’s Grocery, a Kansas City and KC Current team favorite for organic and nutritious eats, is a perfect addition to CPKC Stadium,” said Colby and Megan Garrelts, chef-partners for CPKC Stadium and owners of Rye. “Ensuring the menu offerings are inclusive and delicious to many dietary needs is one of the many things Billie’s locations do best!”

The club will have more announcements regarding the bespoke food and beverage experience at the stadium in the coming weeks on Teal Tuesdays.  Fans are encouraged to celebrate all things KC Current with the team – and to wear teal – as the story of CPKC Stadium continues to come to life on the riverfront.

CPKC Stadium is the first soccer stadium purpose-built for a professional women’s soccer team. In all aspects of the fan experience, CPKC Stadium will have a focus on inclusivity and sustainability, providing an entertaining and modern atmosphere for fans that develops a passion and loyalty for KC Current and the stadium. To learn more about 2024 season ticket membership, visit www.kansascitycurrent.com/seasontickets.



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