NYC FC’s years in wilderness to end with construction of permanent home | New York City FC

New York City FC will finally have a permanent home after the club announced plans for a 25,000-capacity venue in the Willets Point neighborhood in Queens.

The club announced the partnership with New York City mayor Eric Adams and the Queens Development Group at a press conference on Wednesday. The project will be privately funded and will also include 2,500 units of affordable housing, hotels and retail space.

The stadium will be in the heart of a sporting district. It will share a subway with the New York Mets’ CitiField and the USTA’s Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, home of…

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