National Soccer Hall of Fame and Toyota Stadium Renovations Update
Dear FC Dallas Fans,
Many of you have asked for an update on the National Soccer Hall of Fame Museum and Toyota Stadium renovations. We have been diligently working on a redesign of the initial conceptual renderings based on various feedback received from fans. We are excited about this new plan and hope to have new architectural renderings for you very soon. Meanwhile, we thought we would go ahead and share a few highlights.
All seats are now closer in proximity to either the playing field itself or the Hall of Fame club space. The key component of the roofing structure and the two new clubs are still intact, and the lower level club has now been expanded to an even larger area than originally designed. The roofing structure has been redesigned to provide better cover from sun and rain.
We addressed fans’ concerns about accessibility to the Hall of Fame Museum itself by moving the museum onto the main concourse level, giving all fans easy access to the space on game days. All of our original plans for changes below concourse level have remained the same with upgraded locker rooms, a press area, new video boards, audio system and suites.
We are committed to creating a special experience for all fans who visit Toyota Stadium and the National Soccer Hall of Fame Museum. With that in mind, we have spent countless hours tweaking designs and incorporating fan feedback to find the best possible design.
Please let us know of any questions you may have. We're anxious to share the next vision for Toyota Stadium and Soccer in America with you. Construction will begin within the coming weeks so we can be on time for the 2018 season.
FC Dallas and Toyota Stadium
For more information on Hall of Fame Club Seating, contact:
Director, National Soccer Hall of Fame Sales