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OKC City Council Approves Plan to Increase Multipurpose Stadium Budget

By Energy FC, 01/16/24, 12:30PM CST


Energy FC appreciates the Oklahoma City Council's approval of using economic development funds to increase the budget for the MAPS 4 Multipurpose Stadium. 
This increased investment will not only allow for the stadium to match the scale approved by Oklahoma City voters in 2019, but will serve as an economic and entertainment driver in the undeveloped property south of Bricktown. 
We're grateful for the City of Oklahoma City's vision and collaboration on this project and look forward to the next stages of the MAPS 4 implementation process.
Bob Funk Jr. Statement:
We’re thrilled about taking this next step forward towards the development of the MAPS 4 Stadium and bringing the world’s game to downtown Oklahoma City. It’s a very exciting time to be a soccer fan in Oklahoma, as we look ahead to the United States hosting global events such as the 2024 Copa América, the 2025 FIFA Club World Cup and the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Soon after these tournaments take place in neighboring states, Oklahoma City will be opening an outdoor venue of its own. Moreover, the stadium will function as a community gathering place as it welcomes a variety of concerts and other events.
Mayor Holt and city leaders have been terrific partners throughout this process, and we’re very grateful for the support of the Oklahoma City Council in today’s vote.

City of OKC's Release