Kansas City makes history with first stadium dedicated to women's professional sport

Posted at 9:32 AM, Mar 18, 2024

The Kansas City Current kicked off its season Saturday by making history.

The National Women's Soccer League team is playing in the only stadium dedicated to a women's sport.

Construction on the $117 million stadium began in 2022. The Current was founded in 2020.

The team's co-owners include Angie long, Chris Long and Brittany Mahomes — the wife of Kansas City Chiefs quartnerback Patrick Mahomes, who has also joined the team's ownership group.

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