Orlando City has finally found a new home, and the team will be ready to open its new stadium by 2019, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
The announcement came Monday in a press conference held at the team’s new home in the heart of Orlando, a location previously known as the Estadio Azteca.
The club’s ownership group announced the stadium would be open by 2019 and the project will be paid for by $20 million from the club’s existing stadium debt.
It is the first new stadium in the city since 2012 and the first of its kind for a major professional team in the US.
A new stadium, however, is not without its problems, with the city of Orlando having to pay $1.6 million in upgrades and upgrades to its stadium and other facilities in order to build the stadium.
The team is also expected to spend $8 million to renovate the club home.
The stadium will be located in the historic city of St. Louis, which is also the home of the MLS St.
Louis Blues, the club that won the MLS Cup in 2016 and was the host team for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
The first team to play at the new stadium will start playing there in 2020.
The expansion team will also play its home games at Toyota Stadium, which opened in 2020 and is home to the Major League Soccer St. Petersburg Major League Baseball team, in the second row behind the old Orlando Citrus Bowl.
The new stadium is expected to cost $2 billion and is scheduled to open in 2019.
The new stadium’s opening date is still unknown.