Kansas City Current Selects Levy as Food and Beverage Partner for New Downtown Stadium Kansas City Current

Kansas City Current Selects Levy as Food and Beverage Partner for New Downtown Stadium

The Kansas City Current is proud to announce a partnership with Levy to craft a one-of-a-kind food and beverage experience for the first stadium purpose-built for a women’s professional soccer team, opening in 2024. Levy will work with the Current to showcase local vendors in its downtown stadium.

The Current and Levy are committed to bringing local restaurants and culinary talent that reflect the rich culture of downtown Kansas City. Levy is known for creating the food and beverage experience at many of the country’s iconic and cutting-edge sports and entertainment venues, including Q2 Stadium, Barclays Center, Crypto.com Arena, Lower.com Field, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, T-Mobile Arena, TQL Stadium, United Center and the home of the 2022 NWSL Championship, Audi Field.


Fans can also expect a flexible and unique experience that features many ways to access food and beverage based on their own preferences, including mobile ordering and self-service, among other tech-driven hospitality initiatives. More information about the food and beverage experience will be shared over the coming months.

“We are thrilled to work in conjunction with Levy to create a truly bespoke food and beverage experience for Kansas City Current fans,” said team president Allison Howard. “It was essential for us to find a partner who excels at innovation while staying genuine to our Kansas City roots. Levy has a strong track record of success working with groundbreaking technology to build an experience worthy of our cutting-edge stadium.”  

“From the moment we heard the idea for a world-class purpose-built stadium for women’s soccer, we wanted to be involved,” said Andy Lansing, CEO of Levy. “We couldn’t be more excited to partner with an incredible organization in the Kansas City Current to create an experience that is authentic to the Kansas City community and Current fans, and that we hope will inspire many more in the future.”

The soccer-specific stadium at Berkley Riverfront Park will be the first stadium purpose-built for an NWSL team, seating 11,500 and opening for the 2024 season. Fans can sign up to place a 2024 season ticket deposit by visiting www.KCCurrentStadium.com. As part of a 50-year lease agreement with Port KC, the stadium will be built on a 7.08-acre site on the east end of the park in Kansas City, Missouri.



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