The National Soccer Hall of Fame at Toyota Stadium will be an experience that honors the past while fully incorporating modern technology of the present and future. It will feature personalized interactive exhibits, virtually reality, iconic soccer memorabilia and serve as the home for Hall of Fame induction ceremonies beginning in October 2018. It will be located in Toyota Stadium’s south end zone, making it the first major league sports hall of fame to be built within a stadium.
Part of a $55 million renovation at Toyota Stadium, the National Soccer Hall of Fame is a public-private partnership among FC Dallas, the City of Frisco, Frisco Independent School District and U.S. Soccer Federation.
3,355 new seats in the south end zone which spell "FC Dallas"
A 24,750 square-foot roof structure that covers south end seats
More than 200 sold-out Hall of Fame Club Level seats that offer unparalleled views of the Toyota Stadium pitch and feature an upscale private dining experience on match day
Two new locker rooms that accommodate up to 100 people in each space and feature training rooms and coaches' offices
The Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Club - a space with casual food and beverage options that overlooks locker room exit tunnels
A glass-enclosed postgame press conference room which will serve as a STEAM lab educational center for non-event days
Banquet space in the Hall of Fame club area, which provides an upscale food and beverage experience that can accommo- date seated events up to 700 guests and will be open throughout the year, including non-event days
3,000 square-foot soccer specialty store
1,389 square feet of additional video boards, including two in-stadium boards, which will increase the Toyota Stadium video board footprint to approximately 7,512 square feet or slightly larger than two NBA-regulation basketball courts