Stadium developments

For stadiums, athletic facilities, etc. Can be in the United States or outside of it.

Per Slipperydog

Sharks Sports & Entertainment (SSE), the parent company of the San Jose Sharks of the National Hockey League and San Jose Barracuda of the American Hockey League, along with PIVOT Agency, announced today that it has reached a 10-year agreement with Tech CU to become the naming rights partner of a new, state-of-the-art, 4,200-seat arena being constructed at Sharks Ice at San Jose to be known as Tech CU Arena. The naming rights partnership was voted on and approved unanimously by the San Jose City Council earlier today.

Tech CU Arena is the crown jewel of a 200,000 square foot expansion of the Sharks Ice at San Jose public skating facility and will become the new home of the San Jose Barracuda. The venue is scheduled to open in August of 2022, in time for the start of the 2022-23 AHL season.

University of Pittsburgh

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This was back in April

Back in May

Today, the City of Athens broke ground on a new, state-of-the-art arena. The Classic Center Arena will have a capacity of 5,500 for hockey games and will serve as the permanent home for


as well as an undisclosed






Oklahoma City new event space

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Intuit will be located just south across the street from Sofi Stadium.

Far closer than Dodger Stadium and the stadium formerly known as Staples are to each other.

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More renderings of the Buffalo Bills new stadium.

Looks like construction is on track to start this year.


Imagine building a state of the art stadium in a northern climate and not including a roof. What a joke

Seems like that is what the fans wanted. I heard somewhere that adding a doom would’ve been an extra 250 million or more.


Not a soccer fan, I take it.

I guess. Maybe a slight overreaction on my part.

Still I think it’s kinda silly to not even have a retractable roof when Buffalo gets blizzards like it does.

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Tell that to Lincoln Financial Field lol. Probably not state of the art, but it could also use a dome. But with the style of the stadium, it’s totally not possible

Looks like the Oakland A’s are now the Las Vegas A’s.

Some updates about new and potential stadiums.

The Buffalo Staduim just finalized its documents and ready to begin.
Screenshots from FrontOfficeSports


Wow! These NFL teams are very successful in persuading local governments to subsidize their stadiums. Surely they have hired the best lobbyists that money can buy.