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Sights & Sounds – Louisville Breaks Ground

By Staff, 06/29/18, 8:02AM EDT


Louisville City FC welcomed fans and local dignitaries as it broke ground on its new stadium in the Butchertown neighborhood

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Thursday afternoon marked a new chapter in the history of Louisville City FC as the club held a ceremony that broke ground at the location of its new 11,300-seat stadium in the city’s Butchertown neighborhood.

Local and state dignitaries and fans were all on hand for the ceremony, including Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin. The stadium, which is expected to open ahead of the 2020 USL season, is set to feature numerous amenities including a 2,880 square foot video board, 18 luxury suites, and eight bars situated around the venue.

Here are some of the sights and sounds from a historic day in the history of the 2017 USL Cup champion.

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