CPKC Stadium

The first stadium in the world purpose-built for a women’s professional sports team. Coming to Berkley Riverfront Park in Downtown Kansas City.

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health system is the healthcare provider of the KC Current

A world-class training complex made for world-class players. A space our athletes deserve, and a space where they are first priority.

The health system is the healthcare provider of the KC Current.

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CPKC Stadium

On Oct. 26, 2021, Kansas City Current Owners Angie Long, Chris Long and Brittany Mahomes made one of the most historic announcements of investment in women’s professional soccer history.

The owners shared their plans for a $117-million soccer-specific stadium at Berkley Riverfront Park, the first soccer stadium purpose-built for a National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) team.

As part of a 50-year lease agreement with Port KC, the stadium will be built on the east end of Berkley Riverfront Park in Kansas City, Mo. in partnership with primary design and construction partners Generator Studio, JE Dunn and Monarch Build.

“World-class facilities have proven to be a catalyst in transforming all professional sports,” said KC Current Co-Founder and Co-Owner Angie Long. “Tremendous momentum exists in women’s sports specifically, and we are so proud to play a major role in ensuring the sport and also our region benefit from the economics and growth offered by a stadium of this magnitude.”

In 2023, KC Current announced CPKC Stadium, with Canadian Pacific Kansas City (CPKC) claiming naming rights for the groundbreaking downtown stadium opening in 2024. CPKC is the first and only railroad connecting Canada, U.S. and Mexico, with over 20,000 miles of track and 20,000 employees.

Stadium Video Historic Stadium Announcement KC Current Owners Angie Long, Chris Long, Brittany Mahomes, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas and Port KC President & CEO Jon Stephens unveil plans for the new CPKC Stadium.
$117 Million Taking women’s soccer and Downtown Kansas City to the next level. At the same time.
11,500 Capacity The perfect size for raucous KC Current sell-out crowd or a concert on the Riverfront. A spectacular community venue in the perfect location.

Training Facility

The first purpose-built training facility for a women’s professional sports team in the United States.

Our training facility is our players’ new home. The home they deserve - a space with world-class amenities and facilities, intentionally designed for their demanding, daily use. Built exclusively for them, used exclusively by them. A place they can show up to every. single. day. to stay at the top of their game. 

On June 22, 2022, KC Current unveiled its new $18 million training facility in Riverside, MO. The training facility, privately-funded by team owners, is located just off I-635 and Horizons Parkway and is part of the team’s aspiration to set the standard for the future of women’s sport.

The complex includes two grass pitches and one artificial turf with more than 17,000 square feet. Meticulously designed, the layout is focused on all aspects of player health including training (elite weight, cardio and recovery assets) and nutritional (high performance chef, locally-sourced menus). In addition, the design is also focused on fostering player community and promoting physical and mental wellness. Beyond two world class pitches and a FIFA-approved turf pitch, the complex also includes nearby trails and an outdoor roof deck with views of downtown Kansas City.

KC Current had the complex designed by Generator Studio and built by Monarch Build, a female-owned construction firm.

Training Facility Video Opened on June 21, 2022, the KC Current training facility is the first training facility built specifically for a women’s professional sports team in the U.S.
17,000 sq ft Two full-field, grass pitches. Elite weight and cardio training centers, a locker room to call home, and KC Current headquarters.
$18 Million Privately-funded and home of the KC Current since June 2022. Providing our players with the investment and resources they need to compete at the highest level.
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