Major League Soccer is growing every year, not only in clubs and popularity but also in the quality of its stadiums, so here is the top of the best MLS stadiums.
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The home of Austin FC was completed in 2021 and since then it has been the venue where the Green and Black have tried to prove to their rivals that at home only they rule.
The stadium has most of the seating sheltered from the sun under the venue's huge roof, and the seats are designed to control the temperature so fans don't suffer in the heat.
In addition, the surrounding area has green areas that match the club's colors, and the stadium's metal roof acts as a loudspeaker to increase the sound of the club's fans.
Cost: US$ 260 million
Capacity: 20,500 people
The home of FC Cincinnati is not only another of the new MLS stadiums, but in addition to the amenities of a stadium of this type, it also has 59 suites and is located in the West End neighborhood.
The stadium's suites provide visitors with an intimate experience with the right of first refusal for non-FC Cincinnati events, but with other high-value entertainment experiences for its users.
With more than 14,000 feet of LED lights, 360-degree roof coverage, and The Bailey, a secure section that houses the club's supporters, and to the southeast, a perfectly framed view of the skyline, the stadium stands as one of the most ambitious in all of MLS.
Cost: $250 million
Capacity: 26,000 people
The home of the Columbus Crew is quite generous to motorists, with 6,300 parking spaces ensuring that the maximum walk from your car to the stadium will be 10 minutes at most.
In addition, the stadium's roof perfectly covers all the seats from the sun's rays and its design allows the club's fans to feel very, very close to the field, thanks to its bowl-shaped design.
And if it's not game day, you can also go to The Pub, the official team restaurant, and store where you can have a good time with your friends.
Cost: US$314 million
Capacity: 20,371 people
Bank of America Stadium
This stadium already has a long history because in addition to being the home of Charlotte FC, an MLS expansion team, it is also the home of the NFL's Carolina Panthers, making it a renowned stadium in the United States.
The venue is located on the outskirts of downtown Charlotte, and its façade consists of huge arches and domed towers.
It also features a striking black obsidian granite facade and a pair of black panthers, each six feet tall and weighing 2,000 pounds, standing on ten-foot pedestals.
Cost: $248 million
Capacity: 74, 479 people