CINCINNATI – With today’s launch of suite sales, FC Cincinnati have formally begun selling their state-of-the-art West End Stadium, which will open at the start of the 2021 season in the city’s historic West End neighborhood.
Deposits are now being accepted for the future stadium’s 54 traditional suites. The $10,000 refundable deposits will allow clients to reserve their suites in the new stadium later this year. Suite leases will be offered in five-, seven- and 10-year terms.
Current FC Cincinnati season ticket members and partners will have until Friday, Nov. 22, to place a deposit and maintain their club priority, which will be used to choose future suite locations.
Fans and companies who are not current members of the FC Cincinnati family – but who wish to secure a suite in the stadium – are encouraged to place their deposit as soon as possible to secure the best possible priority for suite selection. Those who wish to better their priority are strongly encouraged to secure 2020 FC Cincinnati season tickets, which will improve their priority placement over those purchasing new in 2021.
West End Stadium suite pricing information is available by contacting Jeff Smith, Vice President of Ticket Sales and Service, at 513-977-5424 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We are excited to finally introduce Cincinnati to the first of the premium seats in our West End Stadium,” FC Cincinnati President Jeff Berding said. “As with every aspect of this facility, we’ve put intense thought and perspective into the stadium’s design to provide all of our fans a best-in-class customer experience in Cincinnati. Soccer is such a special sport and our fans have created this amazing, organic environment in our first four years. That was the inspiration for West End Stadium’s design, and our suite and premium club customers will have the best event experience in the city when they come to our new home in 2021.”
West End Stadium Suite Details
West End Stadium suites will provide clients and fans the opportunity to be entertained at FC Cincinnati games and other stadium events in a premium experience that is unparalleled in the region.
Each of the stadium’s 54 traditional suites will be located on one of two dedicated suite levels on the west side of the stadium. Most will include 22 seats (18 outdoor, four indoor), and all will have private entertainment space and access to other social areas in the stadium.
Suite seating will be the closest and most intimate suite experience in Cincinnati. Suite seating at West End Stadium will be closer to the field than current inventory at Nippert Stadium.
Every suite lease will include three on-site parking passes each season, as well as an annual food and beverage credit.
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Suite holders will also have the right of first refusal to secure their suites for other non-FC Cincinnati West End Stadium events, including international friendlies, national team games, other sporting events, concerts and cultural events for which FCC controls the ticket manifest.
West End Stadium Experience Center
All members of the FC Cincinnati community who secure season tickets in West End Stadium – including all suite and premium club clients – will finalize the seat selections at the brand-new FC Cincinnati Experience Center, which is opening later this fall.
The 5,000 square foot, immersive area at the team’s downtown corporate offices (14 East Fourth St.) will allow all season ticket holders – and potential season ticket members – to gain a greater understanding of their future experience, in person, long before the stadium opens.
The Experience Center will help bring West End Stadium to life, and will include renderings of the stadium’s design and layout, a scaled model of the stadium, examples of all seats in the stadium and general stadium info.
Of interest to most fans will be the virtual stadium simulator that will give every patron the exact view from the seats.