More Than A Stadium

No Taxpayer Dollars

 

Community Benefits

  • Major League Soccer team!
  • 55 acres of community park space
  • $40 mil River Park, with construction & operations covered
  • 6 community recreations fields
  • Extensive flood control to protect the area during storms
  • Major road improvements to improve traffic flow

Serving SDSU

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To ensure the San Diego public has accurate, factually supported information about both the SoccerCity and SDSU West initiatives, the SoccerCity team will be providing regular factual analyses on claims made by SDSU West.

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Documents

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Press

Links to articles about FS Investors and our ongoing efforts to improve San Diego

"This is an exciting concept that could welcome Major League Soccer to San Diego without public subsidy, provide a home for Aztecs football and create a long-awaited river park."

-San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer

"This plan will achieve something historic for San Diego: a stadium development that protects taxpayers and provides a wide range of public benefits."

-April Boling, Taxpayer Advocate

“[This project] just makes sense”

-San Diego Councilmember Scott Sherman

Paid for by GOAL: San Diegans for the River Park, School Funding, Soccer and a Tax-Free Stadium - A Committee to redevelop the Qualcomm Stadium site, sponsored by MLS SD Pursuit, LLC, with financial support from Michael Stone and Peter Seidler. 7185 Navajo Rd., SD.

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