AB Stadium Spotlight NAshVille MLS Stadium

Investor John Ingram and his team released the first renderings of a proposed Major League Soccer stadium for Nashville. Music City has seen success hosting MLS games at the existing Nissan Stadium. The initial design for the new stadium, drawn up by HOK architects, makes room for 30,000 seats.

Ingram envisions the stadium as an official MLS facility with the potential for a permanent tenant. SI.com suggests the tenant would initially be Vanderbilt University’s football team, noting that Ingram sits on Vanderbilt’s board and his family recently donated $20 million to the school.

The stadium would sit south of Nashville's downtown area on a piece of property owned by the city.

Ingram has no set deadline for the facility, but he said getting a green light for the project by December would be a good first step.

HOK is also the firm behind San Jose’s Avaya Stadium (Left) and the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta (Right).
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Renderings courtesy of HOK Architects

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