MLS stadium to break ground in fall 2020

Greater Sacramento

July 17, 2020

Republic FC ownership is continuing to work alongside the City of Sacramento and stadium development team to build its world-class downtown Major League Soccer stadium. The club is set to break ground on the new Railyards Stadium in the Fall of 2020, officially commencing construction on the 20,000+ seat soccer-specific venue. Republic FC is also planning development on a stadium preview center, in which fans will be invited to learn about the different seating options offered at Railyards Stadium, with first priority going to our Members.

Due to the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic to all operations, the timeline surrounding new expansion entry into the league will be modified. Sacramento Republic FC will now join Major League Soccer beginning in the 2023 season in a new downtown stadium.

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