Citrus Bowl - 2015-16
The Orlando Citrus Bowl has a long and storied history. Originally built in 1936 as part of the Works Progress Administration project under FDR and expanded in 1989 to include the upper deck, the Stadium has hosted numerous college and alternative league football events. Historically, it was the site of the 1994 World Cup in Orlando, hosting games between Belgium, Netherlands, Morocco, Mexico and the Republic of Ireland. in 2014, it has undergone an almost complete renovation, with all but the upper deck being demolished and a $200m rebuild of the lower bowls and club sections.
- Capacity 65,000+
- Club Seats 6,000+, 19-inch fixed-arm seats with cup holders
- 34 Suites with 1,000 available seats
- Expanded concourse giving fans on lower and upper levels the ability to circle the facility 360 degrees
- New lower bowl seating with six more inches of leg room in each row
- 10,000-square-foot party deck
- Open-air and enclosed Club seating
- Large video boards with enhanced sound system
The Stadium will be game ready in November, and fully operational before Orlando City's inaugural game in 2015.
New Downtown Soccer Stadium - 2016
Orlando City's new downtown soccer stadium breaks ground this year and will be open for the first game of the 2016 MLS season. The site is two blocks from the Amway Center, within walking distance of the downtown bar district, one of the best locations of any soccer stadium in the country! The stadium has been designed with the intention of creating the loudest and most intimidating atmosphere in Major League Soccer, with North America's only safe-standing supporter section and a low slanted roofline to amplify crowd noise.
- 25,500 capacity
- 100% privately funded
- 360 lower bowl
- Canopy covering every seat to enhance crowd noise and provide shelter from sun / rain
- Field sunken 8' below ground level to offer spectacular views from street level
- All natural grass playing surface
- Single deck safe-standing supporter section
- Expansive fan plaza spanning 10,000 square feet
All 2015 season ticket holders will be given priority to buy in the new stadium, so reserve your place in history by buying season tickets today.
Seminole Soccer Complex
Seminole Soccer complex is the home of Orlando City Youth Soccer, a sprawling 40+ acre facility locating in Markham Woods north of Orlando. The complex hosts multiple youth tournaments, and also acts as an alternative training venue for the professional teams, and as a venue for PDL and US Open Cup games.
- 40+ acres
- 11 professional quality pitches
- 1,200 seater floodlit stadium
- Club house, locker rooms, etc.