The first soccer-specific stadium purpose-built for an NWSL team. Coming to Berkley Riverfront Park in Downtown Kansas City.

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Training Facility

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

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

The owners shared their plans for a privately-funded, $70-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.”

Stadium Video Historic Stadium Announcement KC Current Owners Angie Long, Chris Long, Brittany Matthews, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas and Port KC President & CEO Jon Stephens unveil plans for the new KC Current Stadium.
$70 Million Taking women’s soccer and Downtown Kansas City to the next level. At the same time.
11,000 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

Our stadium will be a home to unite us. A beacon for our city and for the future of women’s sport.

Our training facility will be the home for the players. The home they deserve - a space with world-class facilities. Built exclusively for them. A place they can show up to every. single. day. to stay at the top of their game.

In Sept. 2021, KC Current unveiled plans for a new $15-million training facility in Riverside, Mo. The training facility, exclusively privately-funded by team owners, will be 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 will include two grass pitches and more than 17,000 square feet. Meticulously designed, the layout includes comprehensive team training features such as a world-class locker room, elite weight and cardio rooms, and multiple outdoor and gathering spaces. Finally, the complex will house the team’s front office activities and includes spacious areas focused on nutrition and wellness.

KC NWSL has Generator Studio and Monarch Build as its primary design and construction partners for the project, which is expected to be completed in 2022.

Training Facility Video KC Current Owners Chris Long, Angie Long and Mayor of Riverside Kathy Rose break ground on the state-of-the-art facility set to open in 2022.
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.
$15 Million Privately-funded and set for KC Current to call home in 2022. Providing our players with the investment and resources they need to compete at the highest level.