The new home of the Lions offers suites ten rows from the pitch, North America’s first safe standing supporter section, and a 33-degree rake producing unmatched sightlines for all fans.

On March 5th, the new Orlando City Stadium opened to a sold-out crowd after more than two years of anticipation...

...The intimacy of the building is what Charlie Thornton, Executive Vice President at ICON Venue Group, the owner’s representative for the Orlando City project, feels has been most pleasing to the owners. Almost 4,000 fans can be up close and personal, a major trend in stadium infrastructure adapting to Millennials who want to be more social and sit (or stand) wherever they want.

“Fans are as close to the action as they can possibly be, and there is also a safe standing section,” Thornton says. “People want to get away from enclosed environments and create more interactive and standing interaction for fans.”

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Last Updated: May 5, 2017, 5:16 pm